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About the Firm

The Law Offices of Jef Henninger, Esq represents clients in New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania in State and Federal Court.  We stop at nothing to fight for our clients and we have helped thousands of people avoid the harsh penalties associated with our justice system. From a multi-million dollar stock fraud case to a $50 bad check case, our team of tough, smart lawyers have handled it all.

White collar crime covers theft offenses, fraud charges, government investigations, computer crime, gambling crimes and civil suits.  While we do not consider ourselves cheap attorneys, our fees are competitive because we are efficient.  That is, we know how to get you the best possible result as soon as possible.  The faster we close your case, the faster we can move onto our next case.  That keeps our costs down so we often cost less than other firms.

With offices across New Jersey, our white collar defense team is easy to reach no matter where you live.   Our experience has been recognized by a number of media outlets which have asked us to comment on various new stores.  These media outlets include but are not limited to ABC News, the New York Times, Asbury Park Press, NJBIZ.com, the Jersey Journal, WOBM, NJ 101.5, the Philadelphia City Paper, the Bergen Record, the Star Ledger in addition to a number of other blogs and websites.

Our lead attorney, Jef Henninger, Esq. has had his works published in the Santa Clara Computer and High Technology Law Journal as well as the New Jersey Lawyer Magazine.  Jef has also lectured at a number of events including the Rutgers Law School Business Law Symposium.  We also offer consulting services and some legal services nationwide.  Call us to discuss your case for free anytime.  Put our experience to work for you!


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