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Hall Booth Smith Expands Beyond Southeast With New Jersey Offices, Adds Retired Judge Reddin As Partner

ATLANTA, March 10, 2019 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- Hall Booth Smith, P.C. is opening two new offices in New Jersey as the Atlanta-based litigation firm expands beyond the Southeast for the first time to serve clients in New Jersey & New York.The firm is also pleased to announce that recently retired New Jersey Superior Court Judge Raymond Reddin is joining the firm as a partner.HBS's new offices in Jersey City and Saddle Brook will be led by Drew Graham, partner who has been with the firm since 1992. Graham has extensive experience in medical and professional malpractice, aging services and long-term care litigation in addition to the full spectrum of other health care issues. Graham will continue to lead the Aging Services practice group and will remain active in matters across the firm.Reddin, who recently retired as a judge after serving on the bench for 16 years, is joining the firm as a partner in the new office in Saddle Brook. He will lead HBS's mediation and arbitration practice group in addition to working on active shooter and workplace violence matters.The New Jersey locations bring Hall Booth Smith's total number of offices to 17, and mark the firm's first foray beyond the Southeast as the firm approaches its 30th anniversary. Hall Booth Smith is one of the leading defense firms in the Southern U.S., and has been recognized as a Best Place to Work by the Atlanta Journal Constitution, a fastest-growing law firm by the Atlanta Business Chronicle and one of the Best Law Firms by U.S. News & World Report."We look forward to growing our presence in New Jersey & New York regions in the years to come, and it is tremendous asset to add Judge Reddin's decades of experience and unique insight to our mediation and arbitration practice group," said Graham, a longtime partner at HBS who was formerly based at the firm's Atlanta headquarters office.During his tenure with New Jersey Superior Courts, Reddin presided over complex and high-profile cases including numerous medical malpractice claims and violent sexual predator cases. He also oversaw civil matters including serving as an Election Day judge, performing civil commitments and issuing gun permits.Earlier in his career, Reddin was the attorney for the Passaic County Police Academy and the Totowa Board of Education. He was also a criminal defense attorney who tried more than 100 cases in state and federal courts. Reddin earned a Juris Doctorate from Widener University School of Law."It is a pleasure to join a firm that is laser focused on meeting each client's unique needs and providing the very best service, so that their businesses and careers can prosper," Reddin said. "I have worked with a multitude of extremely fine attorneys who tried cases before me. I now look forward to mediating cases with them."Hall Booth Smith's two new offices in New Jersey are located at:
Park 80 West Plaza Two
250 Pehle Ave.
Suite 110
Saddle Brook, NJ 07663Harborside 5
185 Hudson Street
Suite 2500
Jersey City, NJ 07311About Hall Booth Smith
Tracing its roots to 1980 when Rush Smith and Alex Booth began practicing together, Hall Booth Smith, P.C. (HBS) is a full-service law firm that specializes in defense work. With six regional offices strategically located throughout Georgia, as well as offices in Birmingham, Alabama; Charleston, South Carolina; Asheville and Charlotte, North Carolina; Jacksonville, North Palm Beach and Tallahassee, Florida; Nashville and Memphis, Tennessee; and Jersey City and Saddle Brook, New Jersey. Experienced across a wide range of legal disciplines, HBS attorneys pride themselves on providing knowledgeable, proactive, client-specific counsel to individuals, domestic and international corporations, state and federal agencies, and nonprofit organizations. The firm's promise: "Serving to Achieve Excellence." To learn more, please visit: https://www.hallboothsmith.com.ASOURCE Hall Booth Smith
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