Quality, Service, Results:
A Winning Combination
The attorneys of Harras Bloom & Archer LLP help position their clients for success by balancing a high degree of knowledge and experience with the willingness to handle matters aggressively in the courtroom.
About Harras Bloom & Archer LLP
Throughout the New York metropolitan area Long Island attorneys of Harras Bloom & Archer LLP handle a wide range of real estate law, real estate litigation, land use and zoning and business litigation matters. Comprehensive knowledge of legal issues and relentless commitment to each client’s goals are the firm’s top priorities.
To deliver strong, favorable results, Harras Bloom & Archer works directly with each client, providing:
- Attorneys who speak the language of business and real estate
- Confidence in litigation and negotiation
- Skill in working with government agencies and municipal boards
- Experience in the development of several notable, successful projects throughout Long Island
Innovative, Knowledgeable & Effective Legal Representation
Harras Bloom & Archer LLP is known for providing sophisticated legal representation to sophisticated clients serving Nassau County, Suffolk County, Queens County, New York City and surrounding areas.
Partners Paul J. Bloom and Keith H. Archer bring distinguished legal skill and experience to the table for clients in a wide range of real estate law, litigation and business law issues throughout Long Island and surrounding areas of New York.
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