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Fischer Porter & Thomas, P.C.

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The New York and northern New Jersey trial lawyers at Fischer Porter & Thomas, P.C. are committed to delivering results for business clients and individuals. Our clients are as diverse as our practice. We offer practical solutions through experienced counsel and representation in a wide range of practice areas. We are trial attorneys who go to court regularly for the sake of obtaining desired results.

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