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White and Williams Opens Newark Office

Newark, NJ
November 24, 2014

White and Williams LLP announced the relocation of its northern New Jersey office from Paramus to Newark, NJ on November 24, 2014. The office will accommodate growth of the firm’s practice areas in the region as well as provide a key location for the firm’s clients.

White and Williams’ Newark office is located in 8,500 square feet of the Legal Center at the One Riverfront Plaza building, within a two-minute walk of Newark Penn Station. The office will be led by Robert Wright, Managing Partner. Four partners and two associates will be resident at the new office.

For 115 years, White and Williams has delivered high quality legal work based on the core values of excellence, creativity and commitment. These values have been the foundation that led the firm to success as a multi-practice provider of sophisticated legal services. The opening of a Newark office reinforces the firm’s presence throughout the Mid-Atlantic region, with nine locations from Delaware to Boston. 

“The opening of a Newark office allows us to strengthen our position in North Jersey, and better serve our existing clients,” said Patricia Santelle, Managing Partner and Chair of the Executive Committee. “As the firm expands strategically, we will continue to deliver the highest quality work and innovative solutions to complex legal problems in a cost-effective manner.”

Throughout the search process for the appropriate space to foster growth and accessibility, White and Williams utilized the services of Tactix Real Estate Advisors.

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