Windels Marx Announces Significant Expansion of New Jersey Practice with the Arrival of a Prominent Intellectual Property Group

MADISON, N.J., April 15, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Effective April 15, Windels Marx is pleased to announce the arrival of Andrew J. Miller as Partner, together with an Intellectual Property Practice Group that totals 19 lawyers and professionals. Previously in the Short Hills office of Budd Larner PC, Andy’s practice group is resident in the Madison, NJ office of Windels Marx. His group includes fellow Partners Constance S. Huttner, Ajay Kayal, Alan Pollack, Frank D. Rodriguez, Stuart Sender and Louis H. Weinstein – many of whom have been practicing together for nearly two decades and have developed a significant Hatch-Waxman practice with an international clientele. Managing Partner of Windels Marx, Robert J. Luddy, said, “We’re thrilled to so significantly expand our practice mix with the arrival of Andy and his deep bench of intellectual property attorneys. It compliments well our core strengths in New Jersey including: real estate, banking and financial services, complex insurance matters and health care.” Samuel G. Destito, Managing Partner of the Madison office added, “Together with New York, New Jersey has long been a primary focus of our Firm’s growth.  With this expansion in Madison, coupled with our substantial presence in New Brunswick, Windels Marx is now even better able to serve the market with more than 70 lawyers licensed in the state, and we continue to assess additional expansion opportunities.” Andy Miller said, “Windels Marx provides a great platform for our existing clients and an exciting opportunity to service new clients. I am also excited about the opportunity to buildout a full service intellectual property practice, as well as help with the ongoing expansion of the Madison office.”

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