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Foley Mansfield opened its New York office in 2004. Focused on NYCAL and product liability defense, the office is located in lower Manhattan, conveniently near the courts.

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Stephen Novakidis

Managing Partner - New York

snovakidis@foleymansfield.com

646-760-1307

Stephen Novakidis is the managing Partner of Foley Mansfield's New York City Office, and is the co-chair of the firm's Product Liability practice group. He focuses his practice on the defense of toxic tort, products liability and personal injury claims. With extensive trial experience, Steve has successfully defended clients throughout New York State from case inception through jury verdict. Steve has represented numerous Fortune 100 companies including manufacturers, suppliers, distributors and contractors in the power, oil, military defense & consumer products sphere. Additionally, Steve serves as national coordinating counsel for a personal care products company.

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