Bartlett, Mcdonough & Monaghan, LLP Recently Recognized For Its Tremendous Support of Their Clients in Their Charitable Endeavors and Representation

Our attorneys have a stellar history of engaging in community service activities for the clients we serve and the communities in which we reside. For example, many of our partners are Board Members for several not for profit entities. Members of the firm volunteer their time as volunteer fire fighters and emergency service workers in their community. We have provided countless hours of pro bono service to our clients.

On November 2, 2013 we were honored by Richmond University Medical Center at their 7th Annual Autumn Gala in Celebration of their 110th Year Anniversary. As a consequence of that recognition numerous awards and accolades followed. A New York Senate Proclamation honoring Bartlett, McDonough & Monaghan, LLP at that event best summed it up:

WHEREAS, Bartlett, McDonough & Monaghan, LLP has tried hundreds of cases and have a well-deserved reputation for advocacy, professionalism and results. They have earned the respect not only of their clients, but of their colleagues and the Judiciary before whom they appear; and

WHEREAS, Bartlett, McDonough & Monaghan, LLP realize that medical institutions and professionals care deeply about their patients and the treatment they provide, and as a firm are committed to providing that same level of caring and professionalism in their representation, now, therefore, it was

RESOLVED, on behalf of the New York State Senate, Andrew J. Lanza, New York State Senator, 24th Senate District, honors Bartlett, McDonough & Monaghan, LLP for their work with Richmond University Medical Center and in communities throughout New York State.

At the November 2, 2013 Gala, the firm received numerous other Proclamations, Certificates of Merit and Certificate of Special Congressional Recognition. These are all available for review.

As our firm enters its 23rd year we continue to dedicate ourselves to commitment, integrity and results.

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