Bergen County, NJ: Business & Commercial Lawyers, Attorneys and Law Firms

Shapiro, Croland, Reiser, Apfel & Di Iorio, LLP (“ShapiroCroland”) is a full service law firm in Hackensack, New Jersey. The firm offers a full range of legal services aimed at assisting business owners, corporations, private individuals and families with their most important legal matters. Serving clients throughout New York and New Jersey, the attorneys at the firm provide professional,...

A t Cohn Lifland Pearlman Herrmann & Knopf LLP we take great pride in the high quality of services we render and in our steadfast dedication to the diligent representation of the interests of each of our clients.   Founded in 1924, we have a wide ranging litigation practice at both the trial and appellate levels of the federal and New Jersey state courts, having successfully...

Our Focus is on Results and Service. Your Good Will is our Greatest Asset At Albert Buzzetti & Associates, L.L.C., we make our clients our top priority. Offering high quality legal services to individuals, families and business people, we are adept at handling a wide range of legal matters for clients in New York City and northern New Jersey. Our attorneys approach each case with detailed...

Dunn Lambert, L.L.C., in Paramus, New Jersey, was founded by Joseph Dunn and Richard J. Lambert in July, 1998, with the goal of creating a business and commercial law firm for the 21st century. A law firm that serves the needs of businesses should be run like a business. We understand that you expect your vendors and professional service providers to compete on the basis of service, quality, and...

For 17+ years, Steinbach & Associates, P.C., has successfully helped clients across Hackensack, New Jersey, and Bergen County in resolving matters concerning business and commercial law, mergers and acquisitions and estate planning. Our attorneys understand the vast complexities involved in these processes, and it has the ability to manage conflict while protecting the needs and financial...

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