Troy, Michigan-Based Law Firm Changes Name from Simon Galasso & Frantz, PLC to Simon PLC Attorneys & Counselors



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July 27, 2011 -- Simon, Galasso & Frantz, PLC, a law firm specializing in representing financial institutions, with headquarters in Troy, today it has changed its name to Simon PLC Attorneys & Counselors

The law firm is rebranding to not only simplify the name but to also reflect its growth and expansion into a multi-state law firm—offices throughout the country include Troy, Michigan; Chicago, Illinois; New York, New York; Maumee, Ohio; and Dallas, Texas.

The new website address is www.simonattys.com. While the name has changed, the firm maintains the same personnel and resources to which our clients are accustomed,” said Frank R. Simon, Managing Partner of Simon PLC Attorneys & Counselors.  “Our level of commitment to our clients’ needs remains the same, as we strive to provide legal services of outstanding quality, while keeping our rates competitive.”

Simon PLC Attorneys & Counselors is a multi-state law firm specializing in the representation of financial institutions and corporations. The firm has successfully defended and prosecuted thousands of cases on behalf of financial institutions in state and federal courts.The firm has extensive experience with commercial lending, loan documentation/reviews, banking litigation, workouts, bankruptcy, collections, real estate matters, creditor’s rights, insolvency proceedings, negotiable instrument law, and defensive litigation involving bank retail and operations.

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