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Manning & Kass, Ellrod, Ramirez, Trester LLP Rebrands as Manning Kass to Reflect Sustained Growth and Evolution
By Arnaud PETIT access_time 2 min read

Manning & Kass, Ellrod, Ramirez, Trester LLP, a top-tier full-service national law firm, has rebranded as Manning Kass. The rebrand, which includes a shortened name, refreshed website, and a new visual identity, reflects the firm’s sustained growth and positions it for continued success in the future.

Founded in 1994 with 16 attorneys, Manning Kass is a top-tier full-service national law firm. Today, Manning Kass is home to more than 160 attorneys and 37 practice areas, with a strong reputation in corporate transactions, complex litigation, police civil rights defense and mass torts defense.

The new branding assets portray the company as a trusted, bold, contemporary, and highly skilled firm with fresh and innovative ideas. In addition to the new name and visual identity, Manning Kass has secured a .com domain that exactly matches their brand –

As we cross our 28-year anniversary milestone, this rebrand celebrates a new chapter in the firm’s evolution and reinforces our position as one of the nation’s preeminent law firms.

Steven D. Manning, Founding Managing Partner, Manning Kass

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