About Parker McCay
We are a leading regional law firm with more than 100 years of experience in South Jersey and beyond. We tirelessly serve individuals, businesses and government entities, crossing a multitude of industries. Our mission is to take legal representation to the highest level through value-driven interactions that help clients stand stronger, reach higher and push further in the industries and communities they serve.
Our attorneys understand that the best legal outcomes are driven by the strongest client connections. We communicate with clients on their terms – at key points in the process or from beginning to end. We take our communications lead from clients: the format, the frequency, the level of detail and even the time of day so that everyone that matters is connected to every matter.
We take hold of our clients’ matters and goals as if they were our own. Through their primary attorney contact, our clients have access to skills and knowledge in a vast array of legal areas. They benefit from the transfer of key facts and perspectives across legal teams without any loss of knowledge or momentum. With consistent and seamless collaboration, our attorneys access the right source at the right time.
The result is critical efficiencies and value for our clients.
About This Blog
Parker McCay’s blog offers legal alerts, case law updates and general items of interest to business owners and local government administrators in the state of New Jersey.
Attorneys from around the firm blog on topics as diverse as employment law, environmental law, litigation, medical malpractice, public finance and school law.
Many of our attorneys also contribute articles to regional chambers of commerce and trade association publications. Our goal is to start the conversation. It is not intended to be legal advice.
Feel free to contact any of our contributors to learn more about an article of interest.
If you have suggestions for future topics email the Marketing Director and we’ll try to accommodate your request in upcoming posts.
The content of this blog is for informational purposes only and should not be construed as legal advice or legal opinion. You should consult a lawyer concerning your specific situation and any specific legal question you may have.