Get To Know DuffyAmedeo

We're a very different type of law firm

The lawyers at DuffyAmedeo LLP are passionate but practical advocates. With backgrounds firmly rooted in bankruptcy and commercial litigation, they have the ability to analyze your business and advise on a range of options. Each client benefits from individualized attention from one or more of our partners. No cookie-cutter responses or pre-formulated solutions. Rather, DuffyAmedeo lawyers will carefully strategize the trajectory of your case to come up with a practical solution tailored to your specific issues.

"We draw on our collective experience to provide you with results-oriented representation."

Mr. Duffy, Mr. Amedeo and Ms. Bainnson come from large firm and prestigious boutique practices. They understand how to usher a case through the bankruptcy or litigation process in the most efficient way.  They will draw on their collective experience to provide you with results-oriented representation.  Past clients of the firm have included manufacturing businesses, real estate entities, foreign financial institutions and even other attorneys who find themselves facing bankruptcy issues in their litigation matters.  Most of our work comes from referrals from other attorneys, many of whom have actually been adversaries who admire our work and strong ethics.

We would be happy to meet with you for a consultation on how DuffyAmedeo might best meet your legal needs.

Why Clients Choose

Large Firm Resources & Experience with Boutique Firm Service & Efficiency
Sophisticated Legal Representation for Corporate Clients
Proven Successful Track Record of Goal-Oriented Results
Efficient and Appropriate Staffing of Cases
Accessible Attorneys and Individualized Attention
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