McConville, Considine, Cooman & Morin, P.C. serves as local counsel throughout Western New York for out-of-state attorneys in federal and state court litigation. The firm's Rochester office is centrally located near the Monroe County Supreme Court and federal courthouse for the Western District of New York (WDNY), providing a forward-base for litigants when they must prepare for trial or appear in court to make statements, argue motions, examine witnesses or present evidence.
Since its founding in 1979, the firm has developed extensive knowledge of the local rules, the local court culture, and the standing orders, rules, practices and demeanor of local judges. We have experience representing institutional clients, closely-held companies, and individuals, as both plaintiffs and defendants in a wide range of civil disputes. Whether out-of-state attorneys need a local counsel to prepare for pro hac vice admission, to file pleadings and assist in local rule compliance, or to handle substantive matters, we will be happy to discuss your litigation needs.
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