Friday, April 29, 2011

A merger of New Jersey law firms-north and south

The South Jersey law firm, Archer and Greiner, which has a substantial environmental and alternative and renewable energy practice, is merging with the North Jersey firm of  Herten, Burstein, Sheridan, Cevasco, Bottinelli, Litt & Harz, which has an active real estate and land-use practice.

The combined firm will retain the name Archer & Greiner PC and will become the state's fourth largest law firm.

Prior to the merger, which will become effective on May 2, Archer & Greiner had 170 attorneys firm-wide, including 134 in New Jersey. Founded in 1928, the firm has its headquarters in Haddonfield and additional New Jersey offices in Princeton and Flemington. Its regional network of seven offices also spans Pennsylvania, Delaware and New York.

Founded in 1987, Herten Burstein has 31 attorneys in its main office in Hackensack, N.J., and a satellite office in New York City.

The addition of the Hackensack location will significantly expand Archer & Greiner’s statewide presence. The firm also has full-service offices in Philadelphia and in Wilmington and Georgetown, Del. The merger with Herten Burstein will bring Archer & Greiner’s complement of attorneys to 201, along with 47 paralegals and 190 support staff, for a total workforce of 438.

Attorneys practicing Land Use, Environmental Permitting and  Alternative & Renewable Energy law in the pre-merger Archer and Greiner firm are:

Attorneys in Herten Burstein's Real Estate and Land Use section are:


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