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Thank you for visiting scoutabuselaw.com. This website is offered for general information only and is not legal advice. Users should keep the following information in mind when visiting pages in this website:

Co-Counsel
Nye Stirling Hale & Miller LLP, Motley Rice LLC and Berger Montague P.C. (collectively the “Working Group”) will jointly handle Boy Scout abuse cases as co-counsel.

No Guarantee
Our lawyers must make a case-by-case assessment of any claims. Results may vary depending on the facts involving any case. Any result the Working Group or any member of the Working Group achieves for one client in one matter does not necessarily indicate similar results can be obtained for other clients.

Attorney Licenses 
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Questions 
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New Jersey
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No Specialization
Lawyers are licensed in the general practice of law by the jurisdictions in which they are admitted. No working group lawyer is licensed or certified by any court as an expert or specialist in any particular area of law. Working Group  lawyers have identified themselves with various fields of professional services they offer. These listings do not imply they have been certified as specialists, or that they are necessarily more competent than other attorneys.

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Website Responsibility
The attorneys responsible for this website are Shanon J. Carson (PA) from Berger Montague P.C., Daniel R. Lapinski (NJ, NY, PA) from Motley Rice New Jersey LLC and Jonathan D. Miller (CA) from Nye Stirling Hale & Miller LLP. (Motley Rice LLC, a South Carolina Limited Liability Company, is engaged in the New Jersey practice of law through Motley Rice New Jersey LLC. Esther Berezofsky attorney responsible for New Jersey practice.)

As necessary, Working Group attorneys seek  pro hac vice admission to practice in jurisdictions throughout the country.

Working Group attorneys are not licensed to practice law in Canada.