From the October 16 edition of TAP Into – West Essex edition by a staff writer.
WEST ORANGE, NJ – Bederson LLP, a local accounting firm with offices in West Orange and Fairfield, has been named “Best of 2018” in five accounting categories by the New Jersey Law Journal.
The journal distributes an annual “Best Of” survey to readers, asking them to name their choices for best professional service provider to the New Jersey Legal Community. Many of the attorney voters rely on the services these professionals provide for the smooth running of their firms, their own financial planning and optimal outcomes in court cases.
This year, of the 99 categories listed in the survey, five categories were dedicated to services provided by accounting firms. Bederson was named “Best of 2018” in all five accounting categories: Best Accounting Firm, Best Business Accounting Firm, Best Bankruptcy Valuation Firm, Best Litigation Accounting Firm, Best Forensic Accounting Firm, Best Matrimonial Valuation Accounting Firm and Best Economic Damages Provider.
For the first time, the New Jersey Law Journal announced a Hall of Fame designation, assigned to those firms who have consistently ranked “Best Of” in the same categories year after year, since the inception of the survey in 2012. Bederson was named to the New Jersey Law Journal’s Hall of Fame in five categories: Best Bankruptcy Valuation Provider, Best Business Accounting Firm, Best Forensic Accounting Firm, Best Litigation Accounting Firm and Best Matrimonial Valuation Provider.
“We are sincerely grateful to serve such outstanding clients and are deeply appreciative for their continued confidence,” said Mark Mazza, managing partner of Bederson. “We thank the New Jersey Law Journal for naming us to their Hall of Fame in these specialized service categories.”
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