N.J. Firms Steady in AmLaw 200, But Two Slide Off the Board

, New Jersey Law Journal


New Jersey firms held their ground in the recently released national AmLaw 200 rankings, though two that have made appearances before failed to make the cut.

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  • Former Client

    It is obvious that Sills Cummis is on the downslide in every way. It is in no way the firm it used to be when it had distinguished attorneys doing stellar work. The administration is incompetent and inadequate, and the lateral hires are poorly chosen. Look for more bad news about this firm as time continues.

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