Koletsky, Mancini, Feldman & Morrow was founded in 1987 by Roy A. Koletsky and Stephen C. Mancini, and was for many years known as Koletsky & Mancini. In 1993, Marc S. Feldman joined the practice as a senior partner, establishing Koletsky, Mancini & Feldman. Since 1993, the Firm has seen tremendous growth in both its client base and employee ranks. In 1998, Andrew M. Morrow was named a senior partner and the Firm became known as Koletsky, Mancini, Feldman & Morrow.
KMFM’s primary objective is to provide its clients with the highest quality legal services in the most cost effective manner possible. The Firm’s partners bring many years of combined legal experience to the practice and are noted for their trial skill, expertise in alternative dispute resolution, effective case management and innovative cost control measures. KMFM has received an “AV” rating from Martindale-Hubbell, the publisher’s highest rank, which indicates a “very high to preeminent” legal ability and “very high” ethical standards. In addition, KMFM has been elected to Martindale-Hubbel’s Bar Register of Preeminent Lawyers for each of the past five years.
KMFM partners actively guide the direction of the practice with continued emphasis on the teaching and implementation of legal fundamentals and the perpetuation of a litigation philosophy which remains the centerpiece of the firm’s plan for development. It has been and remains a central tenet of that philosophy that KMFM attorneys be well-trained in all aspects of litigation with a strong emphasis on the pursuit of the earliest possible evaluation and resolution of cases.
As it moves through the new century, KMFM anticipates and is planning for controlled growth with continued emphasis on litigation fundamentals, and the efficient and aggressive pursuit of its clients’ best interests, whether by way of early termination of litigation through motion, dismissal or settlement, or by way of trial. While emphasizing development of trial skills, the Firm’s leadership has remained constant in its insistence upon thorough and early case workup through investigation and discovery, and intensity in the pursuit of the clients’ interests throughout the course of litigation. These efforts are balanced with a determined strategy to serve the clients’ needs as efficiently and economically as possible.