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McElroy, Deutsch, Mulvaney & Carpenter, LLP

  • Designation: Morristown, N.J.
  • Head Count: 274
  • Gross Revenues: $122,500,000
  • Revenue Per Lawyer: $445,000
  • Profits Per Partner: $1,000,000
  • Year Over Year Change: 1

McElroy, Deutsch, Mulvaney & Carpenter, is a Newark-based law firm.  According to the National Law Journal's 2014 NLJ 350 ranking of firms based on size, McElroy, Deutsch, Mulvaney & Carpenter, has 274 attorneys and is the 162nd largest firm in the United States.  With $122,500,000 in gross revenue in 2013, the firm placed 181st on The American Lawyer's 2014 Am Law 200 ranking.  The firm has offices in CO, CT, DE, MA, NJ, NY and PA.

Firm Rankings

Survey Rank Year Over Year Change Description
Am Law 100 NR N/A Gross revenue
Am Law 200 181 1 Gross revenue
NLJ 250 162 -15 Lawyer head count
The A-List NR N/A Overall excellence
Pro Bono Scorecard 119 8 Pro-bono commitment
Diversity Scorecard 197 14 Minority head count
Midlevel Associates Survey NR N/A Job satisfaction
Summer Associates Survey NR N/A Summer programs

In the News

McElroy Deutsch Revenue Down 2 Percent, PPP Drops 3 Percent

David Gialanella : New Jersey Law Journal : March 02, 2015

McElroy, Deutsch, Mulvaney & Carpenter, long New Jersey's second-largest firm by attorney head count, has ceded that position as it once again shed attorneys last year—and in the process took a slight step back in most financial metrics after a solid 2013.

Certification Denied in FLSA Suit Against Express Scripts

Charles Toutant : New Jersey Law Journal : February 26, 2015

A federal judge in Newark has denied a motion to certify a Fair Labor Standards Act collective action for unpaid overtime by employees of Express Scripts Holding Co.

: $6.5M for Woman Who Lost Leg in Bus Accident

: New Jersey Law Journal : February 25, 2015

The second-largest public liability result in 2014 was a $6.5 million settlement in Essex County obtained by attorney John O'Dwyer on behalf of a woman who lost her leg after she was hit by an NJ Transit bus.

Badiali v. New Jersey MFRs. Ins. Group

: New Jersey Law Journal : February 18, 2015

Insurer's 'Fairly Debatable' Rejection of Arbitration Award Barred Fee Award

Parties Fight to Keep 15-Year-Old Legal Mal Suit in Fed. Court

Charles Toutant : New Jersey Law Journal : February 18, 2015

Both sides in a 15-year-old legal malpractice suit against defunct law firm Carpenter, Bennett & Morrissey are urging a federal judge in Newark not to send the case back to state court.

NJ Justices Say Insurers Can Reject UM Arbitration Awards

Michael Booth : New Jersey Law Journal : February 18, 2015

The New Jersey Supreme Court on Feb. 18 handed one of the state's largest insurance carriers a pair of victories, ruling that the carrier did not act in bad faith when it rejected arbitration awards in uninsured motorist claims.

Movers

: The National Law Journal : February 16, 2015

Laterals and new arrivals in this week's column.

Bergen Co. Counsel Julien Neals Eyed for Federal Judgeship

David Gialanella : New Jersey Law Journal : February 11, 2015

Julien Neals, who held numerous positions with the City of Newark and only recently was appointed Bergen County counsel, is a candidate for a federal judgeship.

Jackson Lewis to Open Central NJ Office With Five-Lawyer Group

David Gialanella : New Jersey Law Journal : February 10, 2015

New York-based employment firm Jackson Lewis, which already has a considerable North Jersey presence, announced plans to open an office this spring in Monmouth County, N.J., and populate it with a five-lawyer labor & employment group just lured away from Giordano, Halleran & Ciesla of Red Bank, N.J.

Family Bar Buzzing Over Alimony Ruling

Thomas B. Scheffey : The Connecticut Law Tribune : February 09, 2015

A December decision by the Connecticut Supreme Court, , held that a sharp increase in income of one ex-spouse, by itself, is not grounds for modifying alimony payments to the other divorced party.

Med Mal Case Against Neonatologist And Nurse Settles for $14.9 Million

: New Jersey Law Journal : February 06, 2015

The family of an infant who suffered a brain injury hours after birth settled their Somerset County, N.J., case for $14.9 million.

Heffernan v. City of Paterson

: New Jersey Law Journal : February 05, 2015

Actual Exercise of First Amendment Right Necessary for Retaliation Claim

Locke Lord Lures Boies Litigator, Plus More Lateral Moves

Brian Baxter : The Am Law Daily : February 04, 2015

Boies Schiller & Flexner partner Kathleen Smalley is headed to newly merged Locke Lord; Davis Polk poaches Greenberg Traurig's real estate chair in New York; three DLA Piper finance lawyers depart; Littler Mendelson heads to Maine; and other notable moves from throughout The Am Law 200.

In $2M Lawsuit Brought by Insurer, Judge Sides With Margolis Edelstein, Attorney

Max mitchell : The Legal Intelligencer : February 04, 2015

An insurer was years too late in filing its legal malpractice claim against a Margolis Edelstein attorney who advised the carrier during settlement negotiations in a suit that eventually led to a $2 million bad-faith settlement, a federal judge has ruled.

Firms Use Technology to Plow Through Snow-Related Closures

David Gialanella : New Jersey Law Journal : January 28, 2015

The looming snowstorm—though it turned out to be much milder than expected—prompted New Jersey firms and branches to close early on Jan. 26 and stay closed the next day. But the ability to work remotely meant it was business as usual for most firms.

Updated: Supreme Court Rejects Appeals in Prior-Restraint Case

THOMAS SCHEFFEY : The Connecticut Law Tribune : January 23, 2015

The state Supreme Court has declined to hear an appeal in a prior-restraint case involving a divorcing parent who sought to block publication of an article in the Connecticut Law Tribune.

Supreme Court Dismisses Appeals in Law Tribune Prior Restraint Case

THOMAS B. SCHEFFEY : The Connecticut Law Tribune : January 22, 2015

The state Supreme Court will not take up an appeal filed by a divorcing parent who was seeking to block publication of an article in the Connecticut Law Tribune.

Court Mulls Whistleblower Protection for 'Watchdog Employees'

Michael Booth : New Jersey Law Journal : January 20, 2015

In a case being closely monitored by the business community, the New Jersey Supreme Court is considering whether so-called "watchdog employees" can be protected by the state's whistleblower law if they are fired for, in essence, doing their jobs.

Estate of ER Patient Who Died After Guards Restrained Him Nets $2.5M

: New Jersey Law Journal : January 16, 2015

An Essex County Superior Court judge approved a $2.5 million settlement Jan. 5 in the case of an emergency room patient who died after hospital security guards placed him in a choke hold.

Former Simpson Thacher Clerk Indicted in New Jersey

Brian Baxter : The Am Law Daily : January 16, 2015

Steven Metro, a former managing clerk in Simpson Thacher & Bartlett's New York office charged nearly a year ago with insider trading, has been indicted by a federal grand jury in Trenton. The indictment comes at the same time another key figure in the alleged insider trading scheme appears to have reached a plea deal with federal prosecutors.

Barbarians at the Gate: Is Conn. Under Invasion Threat?

Peter A. Giuliani : The Connecticut Law Tribune : December 29, 2014

Here come the newcomers to Connecticut. In recent months, Philadelphia's Morgan, Lewis & Bockius, the international firm of Locke Lord Edwards and Maine's Verrill & Dana have invaded the state.

Law Firm Expansions and Other Moves Abound in 2014

David Gialanella : New Jersey Law Journal : December 24, 2014

Illustrated by a period in which four law firm expansions became public in as many weeks, New Jersey's legal industry was active with mergers, acquisitions, defections and lateral moves in 2014.

Updated: Colleagues Express Sadness, Shock Over Allegations Against Former Prosecutor

Jay Stapleton : The Connecticut Law Tribune : December 12, 2014

As a federal prosecutor for 16 years, H. James Pickerstein took down drug dealers, corrupt government officials and Hells Angels gang members. He even ran the U.S. attorney's office for a time.

Bar-Owning Lawyers to Seek Reinstatement After Fraud Case

David Gialanella : New Jersey Law Journal : December 12, 2014

Two lawyers who spent the last two-and-a-half years without their law licenses after admitting that they flouted tax obligations in connection with a bar they owned are eligible to seek reinstatement.

Parties Urge Supreme Court to Hear Prior Restraint Case

Thomas B. Scheffey : The Connecticut Law Tribune : December 10, 2014

Lawyers for the Connecticut Law Tribune and a divorcing mother seeking to prevent the newspaper from publishing an article about her custody fight filed briefs urging the Connecticut Supreme Court to hear the case.

Former U.S. Attorney Resigns Law License Amid Financial Probe

Associated Press : The Connecticut Law Tribune : December 08, 2014

A former U.S. attorney has resigned his Connecticut law practice amid an unspecified investigation involving client funds.

Updated: Former U.S. Attorney Resigns Law License Amid Financial Probe

Jay Stapleton : The Connecticut Law Tribune : December 08, 2014

A former U.S. attorney has resigned his Connecticut law practice amid an unspecified investigation involving client funds.

Unsealed Files Reveal Details of Prior Restraint Case Against Law Tribune

Thomas B. Scheffey and Paul Sussman : The Connecticut Law Tribune : December 04, 2014

When a judge first barred the Connecticut Law Tribune from publishing an article on a child custody dispute, First Amendment lawyers and media experts noted that prior restraint of the press was usually reserved for matters involving public danger or a national emergency.

Breaking News: Judge Vacates Prior Restraint Order In Law Tribune Case

Thomas B. Scheffey : The Connecticut Law Tribune : December 03, 2014

Superior Court Judge Stephen Frazzini has vacated his order forbidding The Law Tribune from publishing a story about a child custody case.

Long-Serving NJ Justice Clifford Dead at Age 89

Mary Pat Gallagher : New Jersey Law Journal : December 02, 2014

Former New Jersey Supreme Court Justice Robert Clifford, who served under three chief justices and for longer than all but two other associate justices, died Nov. 29 at the age of 89.