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Law firm changes its name to Rutter & Roy

Regional law firm, Watson, Stevens, Rutter & Roy, LLP, has changed its name to Rutter & Roy, LLP.

The name change is to better reflect the firm’s current leadership – Michael K. Rutter and Christine A. Roy.

“The name change reflects the evolution of our firm and our long-term vision for the future,” said Roy. “Our clients have always come first, and our goal is to be responsive to their needs and deliver exceptional value.”

Mark Stevens, a former partner, has stepped back and now retains an “of counsel” title. Rutter & Roy has redesigned its logo to reflect the new name, and introduced a website to serve as a valuable resource for clients.

MIKE RUTTER + CHRISTINE ROY
MIKE RUTTER + CHRISTINE ROY

Since its founding in 1909, Rutter & Roy has focused on the complex areas of energy, infrastructure and environment, primarily in New Jersey and surrounding states.

The firm’s team of attorneys has extensive experience in environmental law, eminent domain and land use and zoning, as well as commercial real estate, waste management, project planning and appeals.

Rutter & Roy has become well known for its work and knowledge involving New Jersey’s highly regulated energy environment and its impact on interstate and intrastate natural gas pipeline projects.

The firm also represents individuals and businesses involved in environmental regulation.

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