Woodbridge, NJ (PRWEB) February 27, 2014
Wilentz, Goldman & Spitzer (“Wilentz”) is proud to announce the hire of Chad Yablonsky as a new associate to the firm.
Mr. Yablonsky joins the firm’s Banking & Finance and Commercial Real Estate Services Teams, concentrating experience in both commercial and residential transactions and financing. Prior to becoming associated with Wilentz in 2014, Mr. Yablonsky practiced in Morris County where he focused on corporate transactions. He received his B.A. in Politics with a Concentration in International Relations Brandeis University in 2001 and his J.D. from Seton Hall School of Law in 2014.
Mr. Yablonsky joins Wilentz, Goldman & Spitzer as a new associate to continue Wilentz’ on-going success in providing legal services to businesses and individuals. Mr. Yablonsky comments “I’m excited to start my new position at Wilentz and look forward to working with the teams to further widen their already broad client base. I am fortunate to be joining such a respected firm that prides itself on top quality service.”
Ron Henry, Executive Director of Wilentz said “Chad’s experience and industry knowledge have already made him a key addition to the Wilentz family. I’m confident that Chad will play a key role in providing and implementing high quality service and results for our clients.”
About Wilentz, Goldman & Spitzer, P.A.
Founded in 1919 by David T. Wilentz, the New Jersey-based law firm is committed to its clients and the legal profession, and has been at the forefront of numerous landmark cases and precedent-setting decisions. Wilentz has a diverse practice, serving both individuals and businesses with their legal needs. The firm offers legal services throughout the New York Metropolitan area and Pennsylvania with offices in Woodbridge and Eatontown, New Jersey, New York City, and Philadelphia. For more information about Wilentz, Goldman & Spitzer, visit http://www.wilentz.com.
Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/nj-law-firm-hires-new/business-associate/prweb11617152.htm