McBreen & Kopko

McBreen & Kopko

Bankruptcy, Litigation, Products Liability, Merger & Acquisition, Trademark

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Personal Injury, Accident & Injury, Bankruptcy & Debt

New York and Long Island Accident Attorney, Michael Feiner, is part of a trusted and experienced personal injury team dedicated to fighting for individuals seriously injured as a result of... (more)

Welcome to McBreen & Kopko:

McBreen & Kopko is a multi-state general practice law firm, headquartered in Chicago, Illinois, with offices in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Nassau County and Manhattan, New York, Montvale, New Jersey, Irvine, California, and Washington DC. The firm was founded by Hugh McBreen and Fred Kopko, leading attorneys and successful businessmen, who have built an entrepreneurial firm where highly-talented lawyers are committed to pursuing creative, aggressive and cost-effective approaches to the firm's clients' legal and financial objectives.

Among McBreen & Kopko's specialties are defense of automobile, aviation, products liability, and medical malpractice law suits, appellate practice, aviation and airport law, general corporate and commercial law, customs, international cargo and regulatory compliance, mergers and acquisitions, bankruptcy, securities, commercial litigation and arbitration, governmental relations and municipal law, real estate, commercial collections, and estate matters. Our clients range from individuals and small businesses to large companies in a broad range of industries.
Experienced attorneys, caring partners:

We make getting to know you, your goals, your company, and your competitors our first priority. In addition to providing you with highly effective advocacy and skillful transactional expertise, we have a large network of business connections that can bring you greater access to business development opportunities.

Cost-effective “outside in-house counsel”:

We know that in a challenging economy, success means keeping a careful eye on expenses. Helping you manage your legal costs is a significant part of that equation. McBreen & Kopko partners do more than just solve legal issues; we focus on your business. We like to say we are your most cost-effective alternative to hiring in-house attorneys. You will find our fee structure competitive.

Good relationships come first:

Our partners are most proud of the relationships we build, creating networks that result in clients continued success. From legal services to business development, we make it our business to interact with you at a personal level with respect and regard for your short- and long-term goals.

Airport Law & Aviation Services, Aviation, Corporate and Commercial Matters, Customs, International Cargo, & Regulatory Compliance, Individual Clients, Travel

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209 West Jackson Boulevard
Suite 900
Chicago, IL 60606

Other Locations:
  • Philadelphia Office
    1600 Market Street, Suite 1805
    Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19103
    Phone: (215) 864-2600
    Fax: (215) 864-2610

    Long Island Office
    500 North Broadway, Suite 129
    Jericho, New York 11753
    Phone: (516) 364-1095
    Fax: (516) 364-0612

    New York City Office
    462 Seventh Avenue, 17th Floor
    New York, New York 10018
    Phone: (212) 868-6980
    Fax: (212) 868-6983

    New Jersey Office
    110 Summit Avenue
    Montvale, New Jersey 07645
    Phone: (201) 476-5400
    Fax: (201) 573-0574

    Washington DC Office
    1501 Lee Highway, Suite 180
    Arlington, Virginia 22209
    Phone: (703) 247-5487
    Fax: (703) 852-3490

    Queens Office
    95-07 Jamaica Avenue
    Woodhaven NY 11421
    Phone: 718-521-1900

    Brentwood Office
    1215 Suffolk Ave
    Brentwood, NY 11717
    Phone: (631) 231-0222


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World Journal Article
Two case studies, one dealing with personal injury the other with medical malpractice.
DHS Releases Citizenship and Assimilation Grant Program Fact Sheet
In September 2017, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) released an interesting fact sheet on its Citizenship and Assimilation Grant Program. The Fact Sheet “provides information on the characteristics of and resulting outcomes for individuals...
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Sulfur Dioxide Emissions and the 1990 Clean Air Act: Will Title Iv Help Stabilize So2 Emissions?
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