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Media Shines Spotlight on Carlton Fields’ New Office and Lawyers; Firm Opens New Jersey Office and Bolsters Real Estate and Insurance Litigation Practices

Appellate & Trial Support   |   Health Care   |   Insurance   |   Litigation and Trials   |   Real Estate   |   February 1, 2019
Carlton Fields’ new Washington, D.C. and New Jersey lawyers and the opening of the firm’s New Jersey office were featured in several key industry, business, and local market news publications. Specifically, the Commercial Mortgage Alert featured the firm’s growth in the real estate industry by adding an agency lending & FHA/HUD insured financing practice. The lawyers — Gina A. Hough, Samantha T. Schneck, Marsha M. Baumgarner, Duy Duc “Dewey” Nguyen, and Vincent "Vinny" D. Weinert-Baumann — have deep experience in representing public and private mortgage lenders on all Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, and HUD/FHA financing products.
 
The Daily Business Review covered both the D.C. and New Jersey office news in two separate articles: “Carlton Fields Expands in D.C. with 5 Fox Rothschild Attorneys” and “Carlton Fields Opens New Jersey Office.” New Jersey lawyers, Robert Novack, Michael D. Margulies, Charles W. Stotter, Christina D. Gallo, and J. Emma Mintz are commercial and insurance litigators. Their addition and the opening of the new office extends the firm’s ongoing growth in the New York area and complements the firm’s expanding National Trial and Insurance practices. The new office and lawyers were also featured in the New Jersey Law Journal, NJBIZ, Tampa Bay Business Journal, and Business Insurance.
 

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