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McElroy, Deutsch, Mulvaney & Carpenter, LLP

  • Designation: Morristown, N.J.
  • Head Count: 260
  • Gross Revenues: $120,000,000
  • Revenue Per Lawyer: $460,000
  • Profits Per Partner: $970,000
  • Year Over Year Change: N/A

McElroy, Deutsch, Mulvaney & Carpenter, is a Morristown-based law firm.  According to the National Law Journal's 2015 NLJ 350 ranking of firms based on size, McElroy, Deutsch, Mulvaney & Carpenter, has 260 attorneys and is the 168th largest firm in the United States.  With $118,500,000 in gross revenue in 2015, the firm placed 176th on The American Lawyer's 2016 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 200 180 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

NJ Firms Gain Ground on Am Law 200 and Two Rejoin the Ranks

David Gialanella : New Jersey Law Journal : May 25, 2016

Six New Jersey-homegrown firms made the cut for The American Lawyer's recently released rankings of the top-grossing. All four making return appearances improved their standing, while two others returned to the list after missing the cut in recent years.

NJ Hospitals' Challenge to Charity Care Mandate Rejected

Michael Booth : New Jersey Law Journal : May 24, 2016

A New Jersey appeals court has rejected a constitutional challenge to the state's mandate that hospitals provide charity care to patients who cannot afford to pay for medical care.

The Am Law Second Hundred: Taking a Dive

Jennifer Henderson : The American Lawyer : May 23, 2016

Overall, the firms in the bottom half of the Am Law 200 had a rougher year than their richer counterparts.

Association installs new slate of officers

: New Jersey Law Journal : May 20, 2016

The NJSBA installed a new slate of officers and trustees at its Annual Meeting and Convention. Thomas H. Prol, of Sussex County, became president.

Update: Pickerstein Expresses 'Shame and Sorrow' During Sentencing for Stealing From Client

MICHELLE TUCCITTO SULLO : The Connecticut Law Tribune : May 10, 2016

Former Connecticut U.S. Attorney Harold James Pickerstein has been sentenced to 30 days in prison for embezzling more than $600,000 from a trust fund, money which had belonged to an incarcerated client.

Suits & Deals: Couple Injured in Head-On Crash With Dealership Vehicle Settles for $3.7M

Michael Booth : New Jersey Law Journal : May 06, 2016

A Guttenberg couple will receive $3.7 million as compensation in their Hudson County suit, Fauerbach v. Mata, for injuries they sustained when their car was struck by another.

INNES V. MARZANO-LESNEVICH

: New Jersey Law Journal : May 04, 2016

Attorney Liable for Fees to Nonclient for Intentional Breach of Fiduciary Duty

Hospital Error Reports Have 'Absolute Privilege,' Court Rules

Michael Booth : New Jersey Law Journal : May 04, 2016

A New Jersey appeals court has ruled that documents prepared by a health care facility to be filed with the state Department of Health following incidents in which a patient is injured or dies are not subject to discovery in medical malpractice cases, even if the facility fails to comply with reporting requirements.

Delaware Asks for Dismissal of $10M Suit Filed in Pa. Over Unclaimed Checks

Tom McParland : Delaware Law Weekly : May 04, 2016

Delaware's escheator and MoneyGram Payment Systems Inc. have asked a Pennsylvania district court judge to dismiss a lawsuit seeking to recover $10.3 million in unclaimed checks for lack of jurisdiction, arguing that only the U.S. Supreme Court has the authority to hear a case the defendants cast as a controversy between two states.

Christie Nominates One to Superior Court, Three for Tenure

Michael Booth : New Jersey Law Journal : May 03, 2016

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie on May 3 nominated a Salem County litigator to the Superior Court bench and nominated three sitting judges for tenure.

White House Fence-Jumper From Conn. Challenges Arrest on Constitutional Grounds

MEGAN SPICER : The Connecticut Law Tribune : April 29, 2016

Joseph Caputo's American flag cape billowed behind him as he scaled and leaped over the White House fence last Thanksgiving in his attempt to deliver President Barack Obama his rewritten version of the Constitution.

Colleagues: Timpone 'Very Progressive,' Lacks Appellate Experience

Michael Booth : New Jersey Law Journal : April 29, 2016

Colleagues of newly appointed state Supreme Court Justice Walter Timpone characterized him as a tenacious lawyer and a socially progressive Democrat, but those who know him said the one weakness he may have as he prepares to join the Supreme Court bench is his lack of experience in appellate work.

Announcing the 2016 NJLJ New Leaders of the Bar

: New Jersey Law Journal : April 25, 2016

Earlier this year, the Law Journal sought nominations for its annual New Leaders of the Bar honors. As has been the case each year, the response was fantastic and we received dozens upon dozens of nominations, all of which demonstrated the depth of legal talent in New Jersey and seemed to indicate that the future of the state's legal community is very bright.

NJ Senate Confirms Timpone for Supreme Court

Michael Booth : New Jersey Law Journal : April 25, 2016

The New Jersey Senate on April 25 confirmed the nomination of Democrat Walter Timpone to the state Supreme Court.

Firms With NJ Branches Perform (Mostly) Well in Am Law 100

David Gialanella : New Jersey Law Journal : April 25, 2016

As in years past, there are no New Jersey homegrown firms among the 100 highest-grossing in the U.S. But of list, released April 25 by Law Journal affiliate The American Lawyer, includes numerous firms with significant number of "boots on the ground" in the state.

After Hours of Questioning, Timpone Clears Judiciary Committee

Michael Booth : New Jersey Law Journal : April 21, 2016

The New Jersey Senate Judiciary Committee on April 21 unanimously recommended the confirmation of Walter Timpone to the state Supreme Court, but not before grilling the Democratic nominee for more than two hours on everything from his relationship with a former U.S. senator to his views on school funding.

Announcing the Law Journal's 2016 Lifetime Achievement Award Winners

: New Jersey Law Journal : April 19, 2016

Our focus in selecting this group of noteworthy individuals was to represent the figures who have helped to shape the law in New Jersey, whether through their work on the bench, their work in-house, building a firm or any other means.

In Supreme Court Nomination, Sweeney Held the Cards All Along

Michael Booth : New Jersey Law Journal : April 15, 2016

When Republican New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie decided to nominate Walter Timpone, a Democrat, to the state Supreme Court, he found himself in much the same situation he was in two years ago when faced with the decision of whether to nominate Democratic Chief Justice Stuart Rabner for tenure.

Dozen-Lawyer Group From Coughlin Duffy Breaks Off Into New Firm

David Gialanella : New Jersey Law Journal : April 13, 2016

Coughlin Duffy of Morristown, formed 12 years ago when a group of lawyers splintered from one of New Jersey's largest firms, has shed a group handling insurance defense and coverage work—including three of its founding partners.

Christie, Sweeney Reach Agreement on Supreme Court Nominee

Michael Booth : New Jersey Law Journal : April 11, 2016

Republican New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie and Democratic Senate President Stephen Sweeney have agreed that Walter Timpone, a partner at Morristown's McElroy, Deutsch, Mulvaney & Carpenter and a former federal prosecutor, will become the next justice of the state Supreme Court.

Suits & Deals: Essex County Pedestrian Case Garners $3.5 Million Settlement in Mediation

David Gialanella : New Jersey Law Journal : April 01, 2016

A woman who spent months hospitalized and in rehabilitation after being struck by a vehicle settled her Essex County suit, Askew v. Zachario, for $3.5 million March 9.

Calendar

: New Jersey Law Journal : April 01, 2016

Please note that calendar events must be received in writing by this office no later than TUESDAY morning, six days prior to the Monday issue in which the calendar item is to appear.

Law Tribune Announces Professional Excellence Award Winners

: The Connecticut Law Tribune : March 31, 2016

The Law Tribune is proud to announce the winners of its second annual Professional Excellence Awards.

NJLJ Names Finalists for 2016 Attorney of the Year Award

: New Jersey Law Journal : March 31, 2016

As part of the Law Journal's upcoming Professional Excellence Awards, the three finalists for the Attorney of the Year have been named.

Calendar

: New Jersey Law Journal : March 25, 2016

Please note that calendar events must be received in writing by this office no later than TUESDAY morning, six days prior to the Monday issue in which the calendar item is to appear.

Case Tests Affidavit of Merit Requirement in Dental Mal Cases

Michael Booth : New Jersey Law Journal : March 16, 2016

The New Jersey Supreme Court is considering whether the affidavit of merit statute requires a plaintiff in a dental malpractice suit to obtain an opinion from an expert in the same subspecialty as the defendant.

People in the News—March 14, 2016—Klasko Immigration Law Partners

: The Legal Intelligencer : March 14, 2016

Anu Nair was elected to partnership in Klasko Immigration Law Partners.

New Partners Yearbook 2016

: New Jersey Law Journal : March 11, 2016

The Law Journal's annual yearbook on new partners, including lateral hires, in New Jersey.

Sexual Harassment in the Legal Profession: It's Time to Make It Stop

Wendi S. Lazar : New York Law Journal : March 04, 2016

In her Employees in the Workplace column, Wendi S. Lazar writes: Lawyers take an oath when admitted to the bar to be the gatekeepers of the rule of law and to lead by example. We advise clients to implement policies to curb sexual harassment. Our ambivalence and at times, delinquency in this area is unacceptable, especially because we are well aware of the concrete steps as a profession we can take to eradicate sexual harassment.

'Convergence' Need Not Endanger the Small Firm

David Gialanella : New Jersey Law Journal : March 03, 2016

It's perhaps a natural conclusion that boutique firms make for an endangered species in the age of practice group cross-selling, volume discounts and outside counsel roster contractions.