Top Linwood ADR, Arbitration & Mediation Lawyers - New Jersey

  • 37 Vreeland Avenue Totowa NJ 07512 40.90101 -74.23667

    Over Half A Century Of Experience At the Totowa law firm of McLaughlin & Nardi, LLC, we are proud to provide knowledgeable legal counsel and diligent representation to clients in Passaic County and throughout New Jersey. Our lawyers have more than half a century of combined legal experience in many different areas of law. Our practice areas include: Alternative dispute resolution —...

  • 55 State Street Hackensack NJ 07601 40.88022 -74.0468

    Skilled Construction Law Representation in New York Since 1990 At the Law Offices of Michael P. Berkley, P.C., we understand that the success of any construction project relies, in large part, on a strong contractual foundation and skilled legal counsel to handle potential conflicts that may arise. Since 1990, we have been providing contractors, subcontractors, property owners, developers and...

  • 473 Sylvan Avenue Englewood Cliffs NJ 07632 40.878075 -73.95141

    At Schepisi & McLaughlin, P.A., our clients-large, small and individual-are our top priority. We provide our clients with a high level of service to help them achieve their strategic objectives as expeditiously and efficiently as possible. Our firm counsels clients in a variety of areas such as complex litigation, real estate matters, divorce, custody and child support issues, mediation...

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    61 Spring Street,4th Floor Newton NJ 07860 41.0584 -74.75278

    Your Personal Injury Legal Advocate Unlike general practitioners who handle real estate, criminal and matrimonial matters, Michael P. Burakoff has devoted his practice to the representation of accident victims and their families. Representatives and attorneys for the insurance companies who are responsible for providing compensation to injured clients and their families recognize his knowledge and...

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