Dughi, Hewit & Domalewski opens office in Absecon, adds 6 attorneys

Dughi, Hewit & Domalewski — a statewide practice with more than 30 lawyers and a 40-year history of successfully representing and advocating for clients in a dozen different areas of practice — announced Tuesday that it is opening an office in Absecon, its third in the state.

The firm, which is headquartered in Cranford and also has an office in Moorestown, announced it is bringing six additional attorneys into the firm.

Timothy M. Crammer, David Bishop and Timothy B. Crammer, from the law firm of Crammer & Bishop, have joined DH&D in the firm’s Civil Litigation Practice Group and will be located in the firm’s new office in Absecon.

The three are highly experienced and respected litigation and trial attorneys. They add significant depth and breadth to an already-deep litigation and trial team at DH&D.

DH&D Managing Partner Craig Domalewski applauded the announcement.

“We are thrilled that Tim, Dave and Tim have joined our firm,” he said. “They are great lawyers and, together with the opening of a new office in Atlantic County, allow us to grow our presence and better serve our clients in South Jersey.”

DH&D is also pleased to announce the addition of three more lawyers — Benjamin H. Haftel, Mary Lou Dennis-Suckow and Janet Glore.

Haftel is a highly respected litigation and trial attorney; Dennis-Suckow and Glore are highly accomplished litigation attorneys with a broad range of civil litigation experience.

“Ben, Mary Lou and Janet grow the talent pool of experienced, high-caliber litigators at DH&D and allow the firm to continue to deliver the best legal representation and advocacy to our clients,” Domalewski said.

Domalewski stated that the additions of these six experienced litigation and trial attorneys will enhance DH&D’s position as one of the state’s best boutique law firms.

“As a medium-sized law firm in New Jersey, we pride ourselves in offering clients the skill and resources of a big New Jersey firm, but without the crippling costs,” he said.

“We strive to deliver to our clients individualized attention and professional excellence in each representation. The changes we are announcing today will further support our unique position in the New Jersey legal marketplace and ensure we can continue to provide our clients with high-quality legal service and fierce advocacy at an affordable price.”