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Albany Business Review highlights Tully Rinckey coast-to-coast expansion


Albany law firm opens San Diego office

By Krystle S. Morey
Sep 2, 2014


Tully Rinckey PLLC, a law firm focusing on federal employee and military personnel cases, has opened an office in California.

The San Diego office is the firm’s first location on the West Coast. It is one of seven Tully Rinckey offices. Others are located in Washington, D.C. and Arlington, Virginia, plus five cities in New York state — and Albany, Buffalo, Rochester, Syracuse and New York City.

The firm expanded to California to develop its coast-to-coast reach in the U.S. and to add a physical presence in the state, which leads the nation in housing federal and military personnel, according to a company spokesperson.

Tully Rinckey was ranked 13th on the Albany Business Review‘s list of fastest-growing companies in the Albany, New York region based on its five-year revenue growth of 139 percent. It’s revenue was $11.4 million last year.

Steven L. Herrick, partner and consult attorney at Tully Rinckey, will head the new San Diego office. Under Herrick, the firm expanded into Washington, D.C.

The firm has 57 employees, 22 of which are in Albany. Herrick is the only employee at the firm’s California office. There are plans to add three employees by the end of the year.


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