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Niskayuna law firm marks 175th year

Name changed to Higgins, Roberts & Suprunowicz

Higgins, Roberts, Beyerl and Coan, P.C., one of the oldest law firms in New York as well as the United States, announced its official name change to Higgins. Roberts & Suprunowicz, P.C. at a press conference held at the firm's offices in Niskayuna on Thursday morning. Michael Suprunowicz at left, shakes hands with Mayor Gary McCarthy after the news conference. The Mayor, Stephen C. Ainlay, President of Union College, and Chuck Stiener, President, The Chamber of Schenectady County were on hand to endorse the firm's strong impact in the Capital Region and beyond. Pictured in rear from left to right is Lawrence A. DeAngelus,Esq, Chuck Steiner, and Stephen C. Ainlay.
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Higgins, Roberts, Beyerl and Coan, P.C., one of the oldest law firms in New York as well as the United States, announced its official name change to Higgins. Roberts & Suprunowicz, P.C. at a press conference held at the firm's offices in Niskayuna on Thursday morning. Michael Suprunowicz at left, shakes hands with Mayor Gary McCarthy after the news conference. The Mayor, Stephen C. Ainlay, President of Union College, and Chuck Stiener, President, The Chamber of Schenectady County were on hand to endorse the firm's strong impact in the Capital Region and beyond. Pictured in rear from left to right is Lawrence A. DeAngelus,Esq, Chuck Steiner, and Stephen C. Ainlay.
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The people who come to work for Higgins, Roberts & Suprunowicz usually don’t leave. “Many people have been here for years and years and years,” said Michael Suprunowicz, president of the 175-year-old law firm. “I started with this firm and I never left. Chuck Assini started with this firm and never left. Many of our partners started with this firm, or came earlier in their careers, and never left. And there’s a reason for that.” ...


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