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Legel Helpers – Macey Bankruptcy Pulls the Plug and Merges With Jacoby & Meyers

According to information obtained, Macey bankruptcy has decided to merge with Jacoby & Meyers, L.L.C. The resulting national bankruptcy practice section of Jacoby & Meyers will be known as Jacoby & Meyers-Bankruptcy, L.L.P., and will have the combined resources of the two nationwide law firms. Jacoby & Meyers will now have more than 135 offices and be available to practice law for consumers in a wide variety of practice areas in all 50 states plus the District of Columbia.

Chase Givens of Jacoby & Meters said, “This latest move is just part of our plans to expand the consumer legal services offered by Jacoby & Meyers. Innovating and revolutionizing the practice of law has always been a focus of our firm, and we intend to continue this tradition of finding new ways to make legal services more accessible to everyone.”

The Jacoby & Meyers Bankruptcy division’s Managing Partner Jeff Aleman said, “We are pleased with this move to combine the efforts of our two firms to better serve our current and prospective clients.” Jacoby & Meyers Bankruptcy Law’s Chicago-based administrative office located in the Willis Tower (formerly the Sears Tower) will remain in place to serve bankruptcy clients, with the anticipation of expanding Jacoby & Meyers’ personal injury practice in the Chicago area. Major regional hubs of Jacoby & Meyers’ office system, including New York, Los Angeles, Washington, D.C., Miami, as well as the 135 other regional and local offices will also serve clients needing bankruptcy advice along with the other consumer legal services currently offered by Jacoby & Meyers. – Source


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