Thursday, March 08, 2007

Honoring the law

I get a lot of traffic on my site from the New York City, so this is for all readers in that area. A lot has been written about law firms, good, bad and ugly, they seem to have become the target of a lot of books and movies but I still consider the law to be an honorable profession. While some firms do all sorts of semi-legal stuff themselves, firms such as Simmons, Jannace & Stagg stand out from the crowd for their high level of legal ability and ethical standards.

The law firm of simmons, jannace & stagg LLP practices in the tri-state area of New York, Connecticut and New Jersey and is one of the highest rated firms as per a peer rating by Martindale-Hubbell. The firm is relatively young and started out only 10 years back doing commercial and general liability litigation, and have now added areas such as labor and employment, abitrations and litigation, securities law, banking and consumer litigation, bankruptcy and creditors insights and much more. With some of the world's best known names on their client list, including Home Depot USA, Best Buy, Bank of America, JP Morgan, Kmart and Coca Cola, the firm is a veritable who's who as their clients. The firm is known for its "outside the box" thinking, which has brought it lots of recognition.

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