Tinari Economics Group and Sobel & Co. Team Up
by Terri Eyden on
Sobel & Co., a regional certified public accounting firm in the New Jersey/New York marketplace, and Tinari Economics Group (TEG), with offices in New Jersey and New York, are pleased to announce that as of December 31, 2012, TEG has joined Sobel & Co. as a wholly owned subsidiary.
TEG, recently voted the Best of 2012 Best Expert Witness (Economic), is a firm comprised of PhD economic experts and analysts who provide economic consulting and forensic economics services in litigated matters, focusing on personal injury and wrongful death, employment litigation, lost profits/business damages, and intellectual property. In addition, TEG undertakes various industry studies and other economic research projects in such areas as public policy and business analysis.
Much like Sobel & Co., TEG has earned a strong reputation for being a cost-effective and exceptionally responsive alternative to larger consulting firms. The group also shares a belief in core values and highest ethical standards with Sobel & Co., believing in the advancement of knowledge, ensuring professionalism in their work, and delivering the highest-quality client service. TEG was founded on a commitment to meeting the needs of law firms, large or small, by providing expert economic consulting and analysis services at reasonable rates, while maintaining an excellent command of the many substantive issues that arise in the course of an engagement – and this has never changed.
"There are many opportunities that will result from this merger, as our combined organizations offer a wide range of complementary services to the legal community in the tristate area," commented Alan D. Sobel, the managing member of Sobel & Co. "Dr. Tinari has built a highly regarded professional service firm, and we are pleased to have him and his team joining our organization."
As Frank TInari agreed, "The two firms have so much in common. We have both built our practices based on the ability to quickly respond to clients' changing needs and circumstances with the highest level of proficiency."
Joining Sobel & Co. from TEG will be fourteen employees, including Dr. Frank Tinari, all of whom have offices at Sobel & Co. Livingston, New Jersey, office, while also continuing to maintain a presence in New York City.
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