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Davids & Cohen presently has attorneys admitted to the bars of Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Maine, Florida, New York, and Connecticut. The firm's attorneys have handled cases for clients all over the country, conducted trials and argued appeals in many different state and federal courts, and have several reported decisions to their credit. The lawyers at the firm have served as national counsel to very large companies and represented individuals in their own community.
Davids & Cohen devotes itself to providing its clients with the expertise, value, commitment and results they deserve in a personal and straightforward way. Many of the matters handled by the firm involve significant financial risk to its clients and the lawyers recognize the need to be proactive, not reactive. The lawyers and staff pride themselves on returning phone calls promptly, keeping clients up to date on case developments and handling every case, no matter how large or how small, both professionally and efficiently. The firm understands the importance of direct and timely communications with its clients and views the handling of each and every matter as a joint effort. The goal at Davids & Cohen is to generate as much of its new business as possible from referrals of satisfied, existing clients. The lawyers at Davids & Cohen regularly attend and teach continuing legal education seminars and subscribe to a variety of legal publications to keep abreast of all developments that might impact their clients.
Davids & Cohen is proud of the work it does for its clients and always welcomes the opportunity for potential new clients to speak with our existing clients about their experiences with the firm. References are available upon request.
Davids and Cohen's lawyers are admitted to practice in the following bars: Massachusetts, Connecticut, New Hampshire, Maine, New York and Florida.
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