Flaster Greenberg Named to The National Law Journal's 2013 Midsize Hot List

Recognized as one of the top 20 midsize law firms in the United States
| Press Release
Cherry Hill, NJ

Flaster Greenberg PC has been selected by The National Law Journal as one of the 20 law firms named to its ‘2013 Midsize Hot List.’ The list, released on April 8, 2013, recognizes 20 stand-out law firms in the 50 to 150 lawyer range from across the country “that in no way are stuck in the shadows cast by giant competitors” and that have demonstrated creative, innovative strategies to stay competitive.

“We are thrilled to be recognized among the nation’s best midsized law firms,” said Peter Spirgel, Managing Shareholder at Flaster Greenberg. “This prestigious accolade is a direct reflection of the firm’s quality of attorneys, their fantastic work and our ongoing dedication to client satisfaction. This is why the firm continues to attract top notch lateral hires and is a clear indication why both our attorneys, and clients, choose to stay with Flaster Greenberg.”

According to The National Law Journal, the 20 firms that comprise its 2013 Midsize Hot List are “led by forward-thinking attorneys who are guiding their organization in new practice directions, amassing more business in mainstay practices and spreading into new regions,” which is evident in Flaster Greenberg’s strategic mission. Over the last 16 months, Flaster Greenberg added five shareholders and a New York office location to its growing law firm. The firm, headquartered in Cherry Hill, New Jersey, also has offices in Pennsylvania, Delaware and New York.

The feature article describes how Flaster Greenberg’s “strategic plan as a midsize regional firm is to look for areas where we don’t need a global platform” and also singled out recent cases as part of the basis for the firm’s inclusion in the Midsize Hot List, including the representation of Kinsley Properties in the completing of several new buildings in a redevelopment project at Rowan University in Glassboro, New Jersey, involving funding of $180 million dollars of lease revenue bonds.

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