The Sultzer Law Group has nabbed two Wolf Haldenstein Adler Freeman & Herz LLP partners to bolster its New York City offerings with their extensive experience litigating class actions in areas such as product liability, cybersecurity and privacy, antitrust, employment and securities, the firm said Tuesday.
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Sultzer Law Adds 2 Class Action Pros From Wolf Haldenstein

The Sultzer Law Group has nabbed two Wolf Haldenstein Adler Freeman & Herz LLP partners to bolster its New York City offerings with their extensive experience litigating class actions in areas such as product liability, cybersecurity and privacy, antitrust, employment and securities, the firm said Tuesday. Read full article »

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