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Growth Spurt Prompts WSHB to Relocate to New Office Space in New York City

August 10, 2016

A recent growth spurt has prompted Wood Smith Henning & Berman LLP to relocate its New York office to a new location in Manhattan. The New York office has grown from 6 lawyers to over 25 lawyers since it opened in November 2013.

The New York office is now located at 685 Third Avenue, 18th Floor, New York, NY 10017. The main phone number is (212) 999-7100. The fax number is (212) 999-7139.

“Our New York City office has received strong support from our clients, and this support has spurred our growth and need to expand in larger space,” said Michael Coffey, Managing Partner of the Firm’s New York and Connecticut offices. “Our success has been driven by consistent results brought by an unusually talented group of trial attorneys.”

A former assistant district attorney in Kings County, New York, Coffey focuses his practice on the defense of professional liability, catastrophic injury, construction, toxic tort and commercial litigation matters, with extensive experience in state and federal courts. He represents Fortune 500 companies and some of the world’s largest insurance carriers in the U.S., and is often retained to try large-exposure claims made under excess and surplus casualty policies. He also coordinates several national programs for domestic and international insurance companies and third-party administrators in multiple lines of business.

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