Woodbury, N.Y. (May 5, 2003) -- Marcum & Kliegman of Woodbury, N.Y., has attracted five partners and some $8 million in annual audit business from Long Island, N.Y., rival Grassi & Co.
"The partners wanted to be part of a well-established SEC practice, and our firm has been in this business a long while, while Grassi did not get into it until it acquired these partners," said Marcum & Kliegman managing partner Jeffrey Weiner, who estimated the new partners' annual billing amounts. "We have a lot more depth in services that we can offer."
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