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Dec 3 2013, 9:00am CST | by PR.com

Jaffe & Asher LLP Announces Expansion Into Connecticut and Pennsylvania
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New York, NY, December 03, 2013 --(PR.com)-- Prominent New York law firm, Jaffe & Asher LLP, has announced the opening of two new branch offices in Fairfield, Connecticut and York, Pennsylvania as part of the company's continued geographic expansion to increase its presence in key growth markets and to accommodate the firm’s current and future growth.

The opening of the Connecticut and Pennsylvania offices closely follow the relocation of Jaffe & Asher’s New Jersey office to Paramus, New Jersey and the expansion of its headquarters in New York, New York. The new presence in Connecticut and Pennsylvania comes in response to multiple client demands for Jaffe & Asher’s direct representation in those states. Jaffe & Asher’s ability to provide a single user experience across multiple states has also been valuable to clients implementing strategic legal network consolidation initiatives. Jaffe & Asher already serves a number of key clients in those states and now has the capacity to take on additional clients.

"Expanding Jaffe & Asher’s footprint into Connecticut and Pennsylvania demonstrates Jaffe & Asher’s commitment to providing the best representation for our clients and partners,” said Larry Nessenson, Jaffe & Asher Managing Partner. "By having a direct presence in currently four states (NY, NJ, CT and PA), Jaffe & Asher is able to offer local support and insights to their clients and business partners. The Firm also successfully manages an attorney network across the rest of the United States but has aspirations of opening up in other states should the need arise.”

"The opening of additional footprint offices is a natural outgrowth of the strong Jaffe & Asher client and partner base we already enjoy in those regions," said Nira Paliwoda, Vice President, Jaffe & Asher Business Development. “Jaffe & Asher is well positioned to grow our impact in the region by supporting our customers' strategic initiatives. It is further evidence of our commitment to building a lasting presence in the Northeast and to invest in long-term customer relationships."

"I am excited to lead the expansion of Jaffe & Asher through a local presence in Connecticut and Pennsylvania," said J.D. Rainey, Jaffe & Asher COO. "Our success in the creditor’s rights sector, which is dealing with major industry changes, demonstrates Jaffe & Asher’s value as a flexible and dedicated firm for responding to complex business challenges.”

Jaffe & Asher’s office locations are as follows:
New York Office: 600 Third Avenue, New York, NY 10016
New Jersey Office: 80 E Ridgewood Avenue, Paramus, NJ 07652
Connecticut Office: 1100 Kings Highway East, Suite 3C, Fairfield, CT 06825
Pennsylvania Office:11 East Market Street, Suite 102, York, PA 17401

About Jaffe & Asher
Jaffe & Asher is a law firm founded in 1974 with offices in New York City, New Jersey, Connecticut and Pennsylvania. Jaffe & Asher’s litigation Partners are seasoned litigators (many of whom have come to the Firm following tenures at major New York law firms), each with decades of experience handling complex commercial litigation matters for prominent companies and financial institutions. Jaffe & Asher has a specialized department for the collection of high balance indebtedness and a successful track record of collecting high balance loan obligations from debtor companies and their principals through skillful and aggressive litigation, creative settlement and tenacious judgment enforcement. Principal practice areas are commercial litigation, lender liability and workout litigation, creditors’ rights, bankruptcy, insurance, real estate and real estate finance, corporate and transactional law, and family law.

For more information about Jaffe & Asher, visit www.JaffeandAsher.com.

Contact Information:
Jaffe & Asher LLP
Nira Paliwoda
646-313-2591
Contact via Email
www.jaffeandasher.com

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