Gerald C. Escala

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Areas of Practice 1) Corporate Law, 2) Estate Planning, 3) Probate, 4) Civil Litigation, 5) Trial and Appellate Courts, 6) Products Liability, 7) Negligence, 8) Municipal Law, 9) Land Use and Development, 10) Commercial and Residential Real Estate, 11) Family Law, 12) Commercial Law and 13) Workers Compensation
Education Lafayette College (A.B., 1957)
Most recent firm Herten, Burstein, Sheridan, Cevasco, Bottinelli, Litt, & Harz, LLC
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