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Jason D. Attwood, Attorney at Law
201-907-5230
500 Frank W. Burr Boulevard
Teaneck, NJ 07666
Labor & Employment Law, Litigation
New Jersey lawyer Jason D. Attwood professional profile
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Aaron M. Buck

Lawyer Aaron M. Buck licensed to practice in Pennsylvania since 2006
Office: 973-491-7933, NJ Transit, Newark, NJ 07105

Abbe I. Herbst

Lawyer Abbe I. Herbst licensed to practice in New Jersey since 1980, New York since 1980
Office: 212-278-1781, 1251 Avenue of the Americas, New York, NY 10020
Office: 212-278-1781, 1251 Avenue of the Americas, New York, NY 10020
Office: 212-278-1781, One Gateway Center Ste 901, Newark, NJ 07102
Web site: www.andersonkill.com/attorneysprofile.asp?id=2588
PRACTICE AREA: Tax Law, Trusts & Estate Planning

Abbie E. Fuchs

Lawyer Abbie E. Fuchs licensed to practice in New Jersey
Office: (973)848-1244, One Gateway Center Suite 2500, Newark, NJ 07102
PRACTICE AREA: Health Care Law, Consumer Protection

Abdul-Majid B. Hasan

Lawyer Abdul-Majid B. Hasan licensed to practice in New Jersey since 1977
Office: 973-643-9135, 24 Branford Place, Newark, NJ 07102

Abigail J. Walsh

Lawyer Abigail J. Walsh licensed to practice in New Jersey since 2001
Office: 744 Broad Street, Newark, NJ 07102
Web site: www.immigrationlawyersnj.com/content/attorneys/abigail_walsh.aspx
PRACTICE AREA: Immigration Law

Adam G. Brief

Lawyer Adam G. Brief licensed to practice in New Jersey
Office: (973)733-9200, One Gateway Center 9th Floor, Newark, NJ 07102
Web site: www.wmd-law.com

Adam J. Budesheim

Lawyer Adam J. Budesheim licensed to practice in New Jersey since 2005
Office: 973-622-4444, Four Gateway Center, Newark, NJ 07102

Adam J. Kipnis

Lawyer Adam J. Kipnis licensed to practice in New Jersey since 2000
Office: 973-735-5741, 33 Washington Street, Newark, NJ 07102
Web site: www.wilsonelser.com

Adam J. Kleinfeldt

Lawyer Adam J. Kleinfeldt licensed to practice in New Jersey since 2004
Office: One Newark Center, Newark, NJ 07102
Web site: www.proskauer.com/lawyers_at_proskauer/atty_data/8388
PRACTICE AREA: Labor & Employment Law, Constitutional Law & Civil Rights

Adam G. Kominsky

Lawyer Adam G. Kominsky licensed to practice in New Jersey since 1990
Office: 744 Broad Street, Suite 1200, Newark, NJ 07102
Web site: www.duanemorris.com/attorneys/adamgkominsky.html
PRACTICE AREA: Insurance Litigation, Litigation
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