Marc Hamroff, who had been managing partner of Moritt Hock & Hamroff for more than 25 years, is assuming the role of chairman of the firm, while Michael Cardello III, a longstanding member of the firm’s management committee and former chair of the litigation practice, was elected managing partner. The firm’s leadership indicated the chairman role will focus on spearheading client service, overseeing the firm’s long-term vision and executing its long-term plan.
“We have experienced significant growth in the past few years and Michael has been an important part of that expansion,” Hamroff said. “He has been part of our team since 1997 and has earned the respect and trust of all who have worked with him. Going forward, I cannot think of anyone who is better equipped to assume this role.”
“I am humbled that my partners had the confidence to allow me to continue in the footsteps of my mentor and friend,” Cardello said. “Under Marc’s leadership, our firm has become a real force in the legal industry, and I expect the growth that we have seen to only accelerate in the coming years. As chairman, Marc will continue to be a major presence in the firm, and moving forward, will continue to impart his vast experience and knowledge with our leadership team.”
Hamroff said the move will allow him to focus more on his client base, which has been expanding rapidly in recent years, along with spearheading the firm’s long-term vision and plan. “It is still a great thrill for me to mentor our lawyers and future firm leaders in furtherance of the long-term success of the firm,” he said. “My new role will also provide me with more time to focus on serving the needs of our clients. It is always gratifying to feel that you are an important part of both our firm and our clients’ success.”
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