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Law firms form Geneseo-based joint venture

Rochester Business Journal
February 11, 2013

Faraci Lange LLP and the former firm of Jones & Skivington has formed a Livingston County joint venture, the Law Offices of Peter Skivington PLLC, officials said Monday.

The new venture will have its main office in Geneseo with satellite locations in Livonia and in Scottsville, Monroe County.

Peter Skivington will be a partner in the joint venture. Skivington and associate attorney Daniel Magill will be joined by Faraci Lange’s 15 attorneys providing services in the areas of personal injury, vehicle and traffic, criminal and commercial cases, and estate matters.

Magill is also of counsel to Faraci Lange.

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