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Ventantonio & Wildenhain Brings on Lawyers

Ventantonio & WildenhainWarren, New-Jersey-based law firm Ventantonio & Wildenhain has brought on two new attorneys.

Vincent D. Commisa joins as of counsel. He practices in bankruptcy and commercial litigation. Commisa is a United States Military Academy Liaison Officer and a member of West Point’s Admissions/Field Force, where he is the 9th Congressional District Coordinator. His JD is from the Seton Hall University School of Law.

Duncan J. Campbell joins as an associate in the firm’s Litigation Department, with a concentration in corporate defense litigation. Before practicing law, he was a management/IT consultant for PricewaterhouseCoopers. His JD is also from Seton.

Ventantonio & Wildenhain concentrates its practice in litigation, corporate law, and governmental entities. Located in Warren, New Jersey, the firm also maintains a New York office.

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