New York, NY (PRWEB) August 06, 2012
Steven J. Phillips and Diane Paolicelli announce the formation of a new law firm, Phillips & Paolicelli, LLP. Mr. Phillips and Ms. Paolicelli recently departed from Levy, Phillips & Konigsberg, LLP, where they were senior partners. Phillips & Paolicelli will specialize in representing injured children, workers and individuals who are harmed by toxic exposures, dangerous medical devices, pharmaceuticals, and professional malpractice. The Firm will also focus on consumer fraud, qui tam, and other complex personal injury litigation.
Phillips & Paolicelli's partners, Diane Paolicelli, Steven J. Phillips, Danielle George, and Daniel J. Woodard, bring in over 90 years of trial experience representing severely injured children and adults in groundbreaking cases of corporate and healthcare misconduct. In total, seven attorneys from LPK and one outside attorney will join Steve Phillips and Diane Paolicelli to make up the founding group of lawyers at Phillips & Paolicelli.
"Our departure from LPK is the natural result of different practice areas growing and developing different trajectories," Mr. Phillips said. "The split is amicable. LPK will continue to pursue its traditional asbestos practice. At Phillips & Paolicelli, we will continue to blaze new trails in complex personal injury law, and carry on our innovative work involving medical monitoring, coal ash waste contamination, and the representation of foreign nationals injured by American corporations."
Phillips & Paolicelli's new offices will be located at 380 Madison Avenue, New York, NY.
Phillips & Paolicelli LLP is a New York-based law firm that specializes in representing seriously injured children, workers and individuals in complex personal injury lawsuits. Veteran trial lawyers Steven J. Phillips and Diane Paolicelli founded the firm in 2012. P&P represents clients across the United States and internationally, including those who have been harmed by toxic exposures, dangerous medical devices, pharmaceuticals, and professional malpractice.