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Fox Rothschild/ Young, Moriwaki & Greenfader Merge
Law Firm News | 2007/01/08 22:20

Fox Rothschild
today announced that it has merged with law firm Young, Moriwaki & Greenfader (YMG). According to the Philadelphia-based law firm, which has three offices in New Jersey with a total of 141 attorneys, the merger with New York-based YMG will help expand its presence in Manhattan and better serve a growing international client base. The deal follows Fox Rothschild's September 2006 merger with Roseland-based law firm Grotta, Glassman & Hoffman. YMG specializes in estate planning and corporate and nonprofit organizations.

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