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Davidoff Hutcher & Citron was established in 1975 by Sid Davidoff and Bob Malito. Fueled by their considerable experience in all aspects of New York City and state government, the firm has developed into a multi-disciplined, full-service practice that handles legal and lobbying matters, from the routine to the complex. The firm's experience in both government relations and traditional legal services enables us to address each client's specific concerns with a perspective and approach simply not offered by most other New York firms.
With strategically located offices in New York City, Albany, Washington, D.C., and on Long Island, the firm can closely monitor legislative and regulatory developments. This ability strengthens the value of our traditional legal services when our clients' legal problems intersect, as they often do, with governmental concerns.
The firm's diverse and sophisticated practice includes virtually all aspects of business law, commercial litigation, real estate, trusts and estates and administrative law. We handle complicated and sensitive matters for a varied clientele that includes Fortune 500 companies, financial institutions, prominent real estate owners and developers, leaders in the health industry and major players in the textile and apparel industries.
Having achieved prominence as one of the top lobbying firms in New York, we offer all of the benefits of big firm practice with the advantages of small firm attention to detail and personalized service. We also firmly believe that high quality legal service should include attention to clients' expenses. Therefore, we maintain a policy of continually monitoring fees, hourly rates and billing cycles.
Our medium-sized firm is organized into departments that are able to communicate easily with clients and with one another when rapid response is essential.
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