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Lieberman & Blecher, P.C. Becomes Lieberman Blecher & Sinkevich, P.C.

Lieberman & Blecher, P.C. is pleased to announce that Michael Sinkevich, a shareholder with the firm, has now become a named partner. The Princeton area based law firm will now be known as Lieberman Blecher & Sinkevich, P.C.

Lieberman Blecher & Sinkevich, P.C. has offices in New Jersey and New York City and represents businesses, property owners, investors, developers, and individuals in environmental law and litigation, land use law, commercial and industrial real estate matters and toxic tort matters.

According to Shari Blecher, “Michael has been a shareholder of the firm since 2014 and we are excited that he will be our third named partner. This name change coincides with our firm’s 20 year anniversary. While the anniversary marks 20 years into our professional journey, today marks the transition from the past to the future of our law firm. We are very fortunate that the future of our firm will include Michael, who has played such an integral part of the firm for many years. This name change and the growth of our firm is indicative of our future plans to build on the vast achievements of the last 20 years, while continuing to grow and expand over the coming years as Lieberman, Blecher & Sinkevich.”

According to Mr. Sinkevich, “I am truly honored that our law firm has changed its name to Lieberman, Blecher & Sinkevich. Stuart and Shari have been essential to my growth as an attorney, and I am excited to now be named alongside of them. Over the past 12 years, I have enjoyed the ability to guide and counsel our clients and litigate what are often complex environmental, insurance, and land use matters. I am excited about what the future holds for our firm and its clients.”

Lieberman, Blecher & Sinkevich, P.C. practices environmental, land use, real property, and toxic tort law at its offices located in Princeton, New Jersey and New York City. Learn more at www.liebermanblecher.com.

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