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If you are being sued or are contemplating filing a lawsuit in New Jersey, it may be prudent for you to hire an attorney. If you don’t know where to begin your search for legal help, consider the following when looking for an attorney to represent you in your legal matter.
Experience is important when choosing a lawyer. You will want an attorney who is actively practicing law in the area in which you need counsel. For example, if your company is being sued for copyright infringement, you want a business lawyer who has experience with copyright cases. When looking to hire an attorney, it is acceptable to ask law firms about their specific experience in areas of the law and the success of their attorneys in settling and litigating cases.
Where an attorney or law firm is physically located is also an important factor to consider. Ideally, you should find an experienced law office or attorney close in proximity to you or your opposing party. Mason, Griffin & Pierson, P.C. is centrally located in New Jersey, just a few miles from downtown Princeton. Knowledge of the legal community and local court processes and procedures can be invaluable to your case.
Mason, Griffin & Pierson, P.C. is a general practice law firm in Princeton, New Jersey that can help you with a wide range of legal needs. The firm has been practicing law in the community for over five decades and is committed to serving central New Jersey residents, businesses and government entities. The lawyers practice primarily in Hunterdon, Mercer, Middlesex and Somerset counties. They have a depth of knowledge of local codes, state laws and regulations and legal processes and are well-respected in the legal community. Contact us today to discuss your legal matter.
Paul M. Bishop, Esq. joins Mason, Griffin & Pierson PC as an Of Counsel member of the firm. Paul will be part of the firm's litigation practice group. Paul comes to MG&P with over 15 years of litigation experience having worked the past 10 years at Brach Eichler.
Paul is admitted in the State of New Jersey, the State of New York and the District Court of New Jersey.