Connecticut-based law firm Murtha Cullina and New York-based Harris Beach have finalized a merger, forming a new entity called Harris Beach Murtha. The partners from both firms have approved the operating agreement that will govern the merger, which will officially take effect on January 1, 2025. The newly combined firm will consist of over 250 attorneys across 16 offices in Connecticut, Massachusetts, New York, New Jersey, and Washington, D.C. The aim of this merger is to expand the geographic reach, talent pool, and breadth of services for both firms’ clients. Both Murtha Cullina’s and Harris Beach’s management highlighted the increased knowledge base and expanded services as key benefits of the merger. During the transition, an interim advisory committee led by Harris Beach CEO Chris Jagel and Murtha Cullina Managing Partner Andy I. Corea will oversee the process.

Legal Services, Mergers & Acquisitions,United States