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Perez Morris National Business Law Firm

Perez Morris is a women-owned business law firm headquartered in Columbus, Ohio with offices in Pennsylvania, New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, and Massachusetts. In the Northeast, the firm operates as Perez Morris Hyde. Our attorneys are strategically licensed to practice in various states across the Midwest, Northeast, Mid-Atlantic, Southeast, and Southwest to accommodate the needs of many clients with multi-state operations throughout the U.S.

We represent some of the largest U.S. and international industry leaders in the airline, automotive, construction, financial services, food & restaurant, healthcare, retail, global shipping & logistics, and transportation & trucking industries; guiding these clients to manage their business risks as well as their professional, management and commercial liability exposures. We help make deals happen by providing unmatched defense, business litigation, general counsel, and commercial transaction services worldwide for our clients.

At Perez Morris, we believe that great legal outcomes require hard work, attention to every detail, and above all, reliable expertise.

Our clients know that we do this – for them – every day.

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