Cardillo & Corbett

145 Hudson St.Suite 5CNew York, NY 10013

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Updated: 11/15/2017

Overview

The law firm of Cardillo & Corbett was founded in 1952 and is located in the financial district of New York City, New York. There are six attorneys in our law firm who between them have many years of experience in providing a broad range of legal services for individuals and business clients not only in New York, but throughout the United States and worldwide.

Our firm is a small, full service law firm, representing and advising clients in the areas of admiralty...

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Practice Areas

  • Admiralty & Maritime Law
  • Commercial Litigation
  • Business & Commercial Law
  • Business Organizations
  • International Law
  • Banking & Finance Law
  • Alternative Dispute Resolution
  • Litigation & Appeals

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Address

145 Hudson St.Suite 5CNew York, NY 10013

Fax

  • 212-797-1212

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