Defense Digest, Vol. 27, No. 4, September 2021

On the Pulse…Our Long Island, New York Office

Ten years ago, a small group of lawyers and an amazing team of support staff joined Marshall Dennehey to open the Long Island office. We had no idea what the future held, but we felt confident in the team steering the ship in the home office of Philadelphia. I feel privileged to be able to celebrate ten years at Marshall Dennehey by introducing everyone to our newest home on Long Island on Pinelawn Road in Melville, New York. Although our new location is only around the corner from our original home on Maxess Road, it feels a world away from our prior location. Our new offices are both state-of-the art and beautiful and provide a wonderful atmosphere for our talented attorneys to practice.

When we opened the Long Island office a decade ago, our practice was limited to a select area in toxic torts. As the years have gone by, our team of lawyers has grown and the areas of practice handled by the office has surpassed all of our dreams when we first opened the doors for the firm. We now proudly handle all types of litigation and defense work. Our diverse group of lawyers defend nearly every type of case in the southern New York courts. We represent companies both large and small, and professionals from nearly every field of practice.

We are fortunate to work on Long Island from our home base in Melville. For those who are not familiar with the area, Long Island is divided into two counties, Suffolk and Nassau. Melville is on the border of both counties and less than 40 miles from not only the courthouses on Long Island, but all of the courthouses in New York City and surrounding areas. Our central location enables us to easily handle all of clients’ needs everywhere in the geographic region. We are here in our offices on Long Island ready to welcome everyone back in person.


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