Atlantic City law firm Cooper Levenson expands into N.Y.

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Cooper Levenson, an Atlantic City-based law firm, announced Tuesday it has expanded into New York.

Joseph C. Mahon, a former partner of the firm, will return to assume to role of lead attorney for the firm’s New York City office.

The firm, which was founded in 1957 in Atlantic City with two attorneys, has expanded to 65 attorneys with offices in New Jersey, Delaware, Florida, Nevada and now New York.

“Having a physical location in New York City will enable us to better service our present and future national and international clients,” Cooper Levenson CEO Lloyd D. Levenson said.

The new office will be located at 45 Rockefeller Plaza, 20th Floor, New York, New York.

Mahon, who has more than 25 yeras of experience advising executives, business owners and high-net-worth clients, will focus his practice on a range of issues including estate planning, trusts, family loans, prenuptial agreements, power of attorney and more.