Lippes Mathias Wexler Friedman LLP Continues to Expand; Firm adds several new members to close out 2014

January 5, 2015 | Press Releases

BUFFALO, NY- The Buffalo-based law firm of Lippes Mathias Wexler Friedman LLP is pleased to announce several new hires that have joined the firm.

Barbara Owens joined the firm as a legal assistant in the litigation department. In her new role she assists the attorneys in LMWF’s growing litigation practice group.

Kristen Jeckovich joined the firm as a legal assistant in the Real Estate Practice Group. Ms. Jeckovich is responsible for assisting the members of Lippes Mathias’ real estate practice group with the execution of complex residential and commercial real estate transactions.

Dillion Mallia was hired as a legal messenger. He is responsible for assisting with mail delivery as well as coordinating and executing the delivery of legal documents to the courts in a timely manner.

Diane Biondolilo, R.N., is now affiliated with the firm in a contract labor relationship to assist our litigation group, specifically our medical malpractice attorneys.  

"As we begin 2015, we are excited to have these talented professionals as part of our team,” said Managing Partner Scott Friedman. “Each individual brings the combination of intellect, passion, integrity and "cultural fit" that we require of new colleagues. I'm optimistic that they will add great value to the work we do for our clients and will play key roles in our continued growth and success.”

The addition of the newest members of the firm follows a pattern of growth that has been ongoing for several years and has seen the firm double in headcount. Today, Lippes Mathias Wexler Friedman LLP has nearly 50 attorneys and more than 25 support staff.

Additionally, the firm was recognized by The Buffalo News as a 2014 Top Workplace winner.  

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