(Atlantic City, NJ) The law firm of Levine Staller, Sklar, Chan, Brown, & Donnelly, P.A. has merged with the litigation boutique firm of Keeley & Callahan, P.C. of Cape May, NJ. The combined firm, with sixteen lawyers, will be known as Levine Staller and maintain two offices: in Atlantic City at 3030 Atlantic Avenue, and in Cape May at 616 Broadway.
Founded in 1978, Levine Staller is a full service firm practicing in the areas of federal and state tax law, business and commercial matters, estate planning, real estate and casino law. The firm’s clients include high net worth individuals, mid/large-size regional businesses, casinos, and a number of nationally-known companies, including one of the country’s largest developers of affordable housing.
Keeley & Callahan was formed in 2003 by Glenn Callahan and Terri Keeley, former partners at the 350+ lawyer regional firm of McCarter & English, LLP, New Jersey’s largest law firm, for whom Glenn also served as managing partner of the Philadelphia office). The two have extensive local, regional and national litigation experience.
“Keeley & Callahan brings experience and breadth to our litigation practice, headed by John Donnelly,” said Levine Staller cofounder Lee Levine. “Additionally, he added, we can now provide support to their increasingly busy litigation practice in New Jersey, Pennsylvania and elsewhere.”
Terri Keeley, an experienced litigator in the pharmaceutical and mass tort field, echoed Levine’s sentiment, noting that “The strong tax, corporate and real estate development background of Levine Staller’s lawyers allow us to offer a broader range of services to our existing clients.”
The merger was effective February 1, 2010.