Kaufman Dolowich Relocates Philadelphia Office to One Liberty Place, March 2023
PHILADELPHIA – Kaufman Dolowich, a leading national law firm, today announced its Philadelphia office has relocated to One Liberty Place, effective immediately. The firm now occupies a suite on the 48TH floor with views of The City of Brotherly Love.
“As our lawyers and staff have now returned to working in our offices more often than not, we wanted to give them an additional reason to come to the office, and this new office in the heart of the city fits that bill,” said Gregory Hyman, one of the Co-Managing Partners of the office. “The building has great amenities for our team and we’re set up very well for clients who might need a place to hang their hat in Center City.”
The firm’s Philadelphia office, first established in 2017, features a ten-lawyer team focused on the areas of financial services, employment law, professional liability, and commercial litigation. It is led by Co-Managing Partners Gregory Hyman and Richard Perr, and includes Partners Katharine Fogarty, Monica Littman and Eileen Ficaro; Of Counsel Amy Goldstein; Associates Graeme Hogan, Alexandra Lynch, John Rafferty and Adam Settle; and legal support staff Law Clerk Haley Newman, Office Manager/Paralegal Susan Scolari, and Legal Assistants AnnMarie Reisch and Serena Williams.
“We look forward to a bright future for the firm in our new office space, and are excited to host clients and visiting colleagues in our new home,” said Perr.
The office is located in Liberty Place, a building complex at the corner of Market and 17th St. in Center City Philadelphia that includes two skyscrapers, a hotel, parking garage, and a shopping mall that connects the structures. Kaufman Dolowich occupies Suite 4800, which has just over seven thousand square feet, including one large conference room. The firm’s phone numbers will remain the same.
Kaufman Dolowich joins several other law firm tenants in the 61-story, 945-foot skyscraper, including Cozen O’Connor, White and Williams and DLA Piper. Morgan Stanley, JPMorgan Chase, The Glenmede Trust Company, Citibank and Cushman & Wakefield are also tenants in the building.