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Aaron F. Mandel

Lawyer Aaron F. Mandel licensed to practice in New York since 2006
Office: 212-422-0202, 125 Broad St Fl 39th, New York, NY 10004
Web site: www.sdma.com
PRACTICE AREA: Intellectual Property, Insurance Litigation

Abraham A. Friedman

Lawyer Abraham A. Friedman licensed to practice in New York since 1980
Office: (212)619-4350, 14 Wall Street Frnt, New York, NY 10005
Web site: pview.findlaw.com/view/3329331_1
PRACTICE AREA: Personal Injury, Criminal Defense, Insurance Litigation

Abraham E. Havkins

Lawyer Abraham E. Havkins licensed to practice in New York since 1985
Office: 646-747-5100, 11 Penn Plz Fl 21st, New York, NY 10001
Web site: www.hrrvlaw.com
PRACTICE AREA: Business Law, Constitutional Law & Civil Rights, Insurance Litigation

Adam Alster

Lawyer Adam Alster licensed to practice in New York since 2000
Office: 7 Times Square, New York, NY 10036
Web site: www.daypitney.com/people/people-detail.aspx?proID=248
PRACTICE AREA: Personal Injury, Insurance Litigation

Adam M. Bialek

Lawyer Adam M. Bialek licensed to practice in New York since 2003
Office: 111 Broadway Lbby, New York, NY 10006
PRACTICE AREA: Personal Injury, Insurance Litigation, Litigation

Adam P. Friedman

Lawyer Adam P. Friedman licensed to practice in New Jersey since 1996, New York since 1992
Office: (973)325-1500, The Offices At Crystal Lake, West Orange, NJ 07052
Office: 212-973-0572, 140 Broadway Fl 46 H, New York, NY 10005
Web site: wolffsamson.client.tagonline.com/bios/index.cgi?uniquePerson=27
PRACTICE AREA: Insurance Litigation, Litigation

Adam J. Greenhut

Lawyer Adam J. Greenhut licensed to practice in New Jersey since 2005, New York since 2006
Office: 212-839-7366, 787 Seventh Avenue, New York, NY 10019
Web site: www.sidley.com
PRACTICE AREA: Business Law, Insurance Litigation

Adam B. Perri

Lawyer Adam B. Perri licensed to practice in New York since 2000
Office: 125 West 55th Street, New York, NY 10019
Web site: www.llgm.com/adamperri/
PRACTICE AREA: Insurance Litigation

Adam H. Russ

Lawyer Adam H. Russ licensed to practice in New York since 1997
Office: 212-430-6040, 80 Maiden Ln Ste 1502, New York, NY 10038
Web site: www.linkedin.com/in/adamhruss
PRACTICE AREA: Contracts, Insurance Litigation, Alternate Dispute Resolution, Litigation

Adam I. Stein

Lawyer Adam I. Stein licensed to practice in New York since 1985
Office: 212-841-0671, 1251 Avenue Of The Americas, New York, NY 10020
Web site: www.ropesgray.com
PRACTICE AREA: Insurance Litigation, Litigation
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