Morris & McVeigh, one of the oldest law firms in New York City, will close its doors, with its managing partner and another of its attorneys taking their tax and estates practices to Blank Rome.
Richard Miller Jr. and Sean Weissbart joined Blank Rome as partners May 6. They said they look forward to offering the firm’s broad range of services—in real estate, matrimonial and corporate law, for example—to their clients. Miller said their old firm is voluntary dissolving after some 157 years in business.
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