Since our founding and throughout our growth over the past 30 years, we have always maintained a small firm culture. We always emphasize hard work and a true sense of family and have fostered an environment of collegiality. When faced with difficult decisions we strive for consensus-based decision making. We train our attorneys that collegiality, mentoring, and civility, both professional and personal, are important and essential parts of the practice of law.
Specific Practice Area and Industry Group Details across multiple offices:
5.0/5.0 by a Sole Practitioner on 02/02/17 in General Liability
Jophns a very well experienced trial lawyer, and former President of theTrial attorneys of New Jersey.Read more
Jophns a very well experienced trial lawyer, and former President of theTrial attorneys of New Jersey.
She made a mess of a not very complicated will, was extremely disinterested, and was annoyed at the correction of the spelling of names and other erro...Read more
She made a mess of a not very complicated will, was extremely disinterested, and was annoyed at the correction of the spelling of names and other errors. She then charged $1,000. We will re-do, but will never use her again. She has a little sinecure in providing wills and probate for county employees, based on her familial connections. An unmitigated disaster to think she could perform this relatively simple task.Read less
4.8/5.0 on 04/23/09 on 04/23/09
Thomas Walsh, who handles all of my legal services is a top flight attorney and one who I'd gladly recommend to anyone seeking counsel in real estate or probate litigatio...Read more
5.0/5.0 on 04/25/10 on 04/25/10
5.0/5.0 on 02/11/10 on 02/11/10
4.0/5.0 on 01/22/10 on 01/22/10
1.0/5.0 on 07/20/09 on 07/20/09
We were gouged financially by Diane Hoagland and Thomas Walsh. Diane Hoagland isn't competent to do accounting services. She insisted that 4th quarter taxes be paid on a...Read more
We were gouged financially by Diane Hoagland and Thomas Walsh. Diane Hoagland isn't competent to do accounting services. She insisted that 4th quarter taxes be paid on a house we were selling when the house was being sold during the 3rd quarter and should not have been paid at the expense of the estate. She has no moral compass but is totally dedicated to making money without earning it. Thomas Walsh is a behind the scenes wheeler dealer full of slick deals. Totally unscrupulous.Read less
At Hoagland Longo, we believe that a commitment to diversity is the foundation to long term success. We believe that nurturing and cultivating diversity of thought, action and background enhances our ability to serve our clients, our employees and our community.
We are actively committed to advancing diversity at the Firm by striving to ensure that fairness, respect and expansion of professional opportunity for all employees remains integral to our recruiting, education, retention and promotion initiatives. The Firm does not discriminate on account of race, creed, color, national origin, nationality, ancestry, age, marital status, gender, sexual preference, disability, or obligation for service in the Armed Forces of the U.S. We are committed to the expansion of opportunities for minorities and women within the legal profession and strive to create an inclusive environment where all of our employees can develop professionally and succeed in the practice of law. The Firm is committed to increasing diversity in significant ways consistent with the overall objective of the Firm simply because it is the right thing to do.
We firmly believe that a commitment to diversity not only enriches our work environment, but also leads to a higher work quality and empowers us to bring a broad perspective to the problems facing our clients. To this end, our goal continues to be the fostering of diversity as part of the Firm's culture. However, we recognize that a commitment to diversity requires consistent attention and effort.
As part of our ongoing commitment to diversity, we have established a standing Diversity Committee, which seeks to educate, recruit and retain a diverse workforce that respects and values differences among people. The Diversity Committee is comprised of some of the Firm's leading practitioners with diverse backgrounds, including partners, associates, and administrators; men and women; and racial and ethnic minorities as well as non-minorities. These individuals share a strong commitment to increasing the Firm's diversity and using their unique experiences and backgrounds to support and further this goal.
Representative Clients: CNA; Kemper; One Beacon, Zurich.
Representative Clients: CNA; Travelers; Kohler; Borg Warner; WW Grainger; 84 Lumber Co.