In 2010, I opened up a Newton, Massachusetts branch office of my father's New York... more
In 2010, I opened up a Newton, Massachusetts branch office of my father's New York law firm; the newly-expanded firm is called Fogelman Fogelman LLC. I specialize in personal injury, employment, defamation, and alcoholic beverage licensing, as well as general litigation. I am involved in a number of class actions in the areas of security deposit violation, the Tips statute, and the Wage Act.
Jenice L. Malecki Download VCard Phone: 212.943.1233 Ext: 3 Fax: 212.943.1238 11... more
Jenice L. Malecki Download VCard Phone: 212.943.1233 Ext: 3 Fax: 212.943.1238 11 Broadway Suite 715 New York, New York 10004 JENICE L. MALECKI, ESQ. is a well-known New York securities attorney and has been a FINRA arbitrator and Chairperson. In 2012, 2013 and 2014, Ms. Malecki was named as a Top Attorney by Super Lawyers and the National Law Journal, featured in the Ne... view profile
I serve as the President and Managing Partner of De Leon Washburn P.C., a leading... more
I serve as the President and Managing Partner of De Leon Washburn P.C., a leading full-service civil law firm based in Austin, TX. I have experience arguing before the Third Court of Appeals and submitted briefs to the Texas Supreme Court, the First Court of Appeals, the Third Court of Appeals, the Fourteenth Court of Appeals, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit, the U.S. District... view profile
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