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  • On September 3, 1960, Gordon R. Gross, Irving M. Shuman and Paul Gonson formed the law firm of Gross, Gonson & Shuman. After Paul joined the SEC in 1961, the firm became Gross Shuman. Originally focused on family businesses and business litigation, the firm expanded to include real estate development and financing, and in 1971, Peter Gilfillan joined the firm in this developing area. When the...

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    Maybe 50 years ago — about the time that Klafehn, Heise & Johnson was founded — a law firm could have survived in a tightknit community like Brockport solely on the strength of the relationships its attorneys had established with members of the community. In today's competitive business environment, however, consumers wisely make decisions on where to take their business based on the quality...

  • Welcome.   Please take the time to browse this important information about our firm.   We hope that you will contact our office directly, so that we may learn more about how we can assist you. Shaw & Murphy's main office is located in downtown Ithaca, New York, and our secondary office is located in Trumansburg, New York.   Both offices are located in the heart of the...

  • Welcome.   Please take the time to browse this important information about our firm.   We hope that you will contact our office directly, so that we may learn more about how we can assist you. Shaw & Murphy's main office is located in downtown Ithaca, New York, and our secondary office is located in Trumansburg, New York.   Both offices are located in the heart of the...

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