Jurisdictions in Which Berger Montague Lawyers are Licensed to Practice
All states and jurisdictions have statutes that make it unlawful for persons to hold themselves out as attorneys unless they are licensed to practice in that state. All Berger Montague attorneys are licensed to practice law in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, while several of our attorneys are licensed to practice law in one or more additional jurisdictions, including, among others, New York; Florida; Delaware; New Jersey; Maryland; Washington, DC; and Connecticut.
Berger Montague litigates cases in federal and state courts throughout the United States. On occasions where the firm practices in jurisdictions in which one of our attorneys is not licensed, we associate with that court on a “for that case only” basis and/or associate with locally licensed counsel.
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The Berger Montague law offices are located at:
1622 Locust Street
Philadelphia, PA 19103
This Blog is Not Legal Advice
The information in this blog is not legal advice. It is purely informational, and the opinions expressed herein are those of the individual author and do not necessarily reflect the opinions of Berger Montague, or any of its attorneys or clients. The information contained in this blog may change without notice, and it is not guaranteed to be correct, complete, or up to date. You should not treat this blog, or anything communicated in it, as legal advice, nor should you act on it without consulting an attorney. Nothing in this blog should be construed as indicating a particular, definite, or likely outcome for your case.
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