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Mandelbaum Barrett is excited to announce Susan M. Lee, Esq. as our new Counsel in the Banking and Financial Services Department.

May 5, 2022

She represents regional and community banks, commercial finance companies, borrowers, and entrepreneurs and assists clients with complex transactions, negotiation and documentation of loan transactions, real estate financings and transactions, and corporate acquisitions and sales.

Best-selling authors Fred Joyal and William Barrett, Esq. are pleased to present their recent webinar titled “Navigating the DSO Decision.”

May 5, 2022

This is your chance to gain an in-depth, unbiased understanding of the DSO landscape.  Watch the webinar here: https://bit.ly/3yl1MUb

Jacqueline Greenberg Vogt authors New Jersey Law Journal article titled "Engaging Specialized Construction Counsel Is a Cost and Time Saver When Building or Renovating"

April 26, 2022

Mandelbaum Barrett Construction Law Chair, Jacqueline Greenberg Vogt, Esq. has authored an article in the April 20, 2022 issue of the New Jersey Law Journal titled "Engaging Specialized Construction Counsel is a Cost and Time Saver When Building or Renovating."

The article discusses how the expertise of specialized construction counsel at the outset of a project results in a construction contract that sets the stage for bringing the project to a conclusion on time, on budget, and well-constructed.

Rutgers Law Review Alumni Dinner Honors Andrew Gimigliano with “Distinguished Alumni Award”

April 22, 2022

Congratulations to Andrew Gimigliano. He was honored at the Rutgers University Law Review Alumni Dinner with this year’s Distinguished Alumni Award. Andrew’s speech was full of wisdom and inspiration for the many new and future attorneys.

Mandelbaum Barrett Construction Law Chair Jacqueline Greenberg Vogt authors article for NJBIZ titled "Fostering Constructive Collaboration in a post-COVID Environment"

April 18, 2022

How can project owners and contractors safeguard their projects, budgets, and businesses?
After COVID-19 struck in 2020, the cost of building materials skyrocketed, driving up project costs. In the April 18th issue of NJBIZ, Mandelbaum Barrett Construction Law Chair Jacqueline Greenberg Vogt, Esq. discusses how these factors raised legal concerns among construction project owners and contractors alike regarding which party bears the burden of increased costs and project delays. She also details contractual provisions and practices that owners and contractors can implement to work better together to see a project through.

Mandelbaum Barrett CIO Tom Brennan authors article titled "17 Technical Controls for Effective M&A Due Diligence"

April 12, 2022

Mandelbaum Barrett Chief Information Officer Tom Brennan has authored a Cyber Security article in the April 6th, 2022 issue of CPO Magazine titled "17 Technical Controls for Effective M&A Due Diligence."

Peter Tanella, Esq. and Dennis Alessi, Esq. Co-Author Article in Today's Veterinary Business Titled "Fair Share"

April 12, 2022

Peter Tanella, Esq., Chair of the National Veterinary Law Group at Mandelbaum Barrett and Partner Dennis Alessi, Esq. have co-authored an article in the April/May issue of Today's Veterinary Business titled "Fair Share." The article is featured in Mr. Tanella's regular column called "Legal Lingo" and discusses how granting equity interest in a hospital is a great way to beef up employee compensation and enhance loyalty.

“How can I get senior community to release assets to this trust?”

April 11, 2022

Steven Holt, Esq., Chair of the Tax Law and Trusts & Estates departments at Mandelbaum Barrett was recently interviewed by NJ.com to answer this question. “The solution here is to reach out to the community and have them explain why they are asking for this and alert them to the fact that the unit is held in […]

Steven Holt, Esq. was recently interviewed for an NJ.com article titled “Executor won’t sell this house. What can we do?”

April 8, 2022

“As part of their fiduciary obligations, the executors must protect the assets of the estate and act to facilitate the disposition of the assets consistent with the will,” Mr. Holt states. Read the full article here: https://bit.ly/3umz9U9