Connell Foley Promotes Three Attorneys to Partner

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January 3, 2017 - Connell Foley LLP is pleased to announce that Philip W. Allogramento III, Jason D. Falk and Jason E. Marx have been elected as partners of the firm. 

“The firm is proud of the elevation of three very talented attorneys to Connell Foley’s partnership,” said managing partner Philip F. McGovern Jr. “Connell Foley has long prided itself on employing attorneys such as these who are committed to providing clients with sophisticated yet cost-efficient legal counsel. This year, we are pleased to recognize Phil Allogramento, Jason Falk and Jason Marx for their unwavering dedication and significant contributions to our clients, the firm and the legal profession. On behalf of Connell Foley, I am proud to welcome them as members of our partnership.”

Philip W. Allogramento (Bankruptcy, Creditors’ Rights & Commercial Law) -- Mr. Allogramento practices primarily in the areas of bankruptcy, creditors’ rights and commercial law; banking law and finance; commercial litigation; and professional liability. He focuses on both litigation and transactional work, including the representation of both debtors and creditors in Chapter 7, 11 and 13 bankruptcy cases. Mr. Allogramento received his J.D. from Emory University.

Jason D. Falk (Taxation and Estate Planning) -- Mr. Falk focuses on all aspects of tax, estate, business succession and asset protection planning for individuals, businesses, and non-profit organizations. He received his LL.M. in Taxation from New York University School of Law and his J.D. from Seton Hall University School of Law.

Jason E. Marx (Taxation and Estate Planning) -- Mr. Marx devotes his practice to the areas of estate planning; wills and trusts; estate administration; probate and trust litigation; tax and business planning; and business succession planning. As a special component of his practice, he also provides elder law and special needs planning. Mr. Marx received an LL.M. from New York University School of Law, and a J.D. from Seton Hall University School of Law.

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