About HMB

Horwood Marcus & Berk combines the resources and diversity of a sophisticated commercial law practice with the entrepreneurial atmosphere and creativity of a boutique law firm. We provide world-class resources to clients by drawing on the firm's demonstrated capabilities and relationships to build a team of professionals with proven experience. The unique combination of HMB's unyielding commitment to service excellence along with our flexible team-building approach enables the firm to deliver outstanding results for our clients.

The firm's attorneys have traditionally devoted their practices to business law and planning (including mergers, acquisitions and dispositions); state and local tax planning and litigation; real estate; zoning; commercial litigation; corporate and real estate financing and workout work; estate and asset protection planning; probate; and trusts and estates litigation. Horwood Marcus & Berk attorneys frequently work with other law firms in resolving complex legal questions presented to them by their clients. The firm also maintains excellent relationships with other professional organizations, including various accounting firms, banks, corporate fiduciaries, investment banking firms and venture capital groups.

The firm's clients are involved in a wide range of activities and include Fortune 500 corporations, mid-size and closely-held companies, and family groups. The firm prides itself on an internal structure capable of delivering priority service when necessary for any client.

Horwood Marcus & Berk lawyers are members of various legal committees, speakers at a wide range of conferences and seminars, and authors of articles for leading legal publications. In addition, many lawyers participate in civic and charitable activities in the community.

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