Reversing an unprecedented slide in 2009, New Jersey's largest firms showed a robust comeback last year in key performance categories: a strong sign that the "great recession" was little more than a
...attorney admitted to practice in Pennsylvania and a member of Tallman, Hudders and Sorrentino, a professional corporation based in Pennsylvania, to provide him with...
...filed a third-party complaint against Lushis and his firm, Tallman, Hudders & Sorrentino of Allentown, Pa., which has since merged with Norris McLaughlin...
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...a presence in Pennsylvania and provides its new contingent — Tallman, Hudders & Sorrentino of Allentown — wider expertise to meet clients' increasingly complex...
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