Congratulations to Mandelbaum Barrett CEO Bill Barrett on being named a Guest of Honor at the Chabad Center of Northwest New Jersey's Founders Dinner
March 22, 2022
Congratulations to CEO William Barrett on being named as a guest of honor and receiving the Pillar of Kindness recognition for the Chabad Center of Northwest New Jersey's Founders Dinner. This year the Center is celebrating their 35th year of Igniting Souls with a gala event on May 2nd at The Crystal Plaza. Bill joins honorees Scott Weisberger and Todd Sawyer for this incredible event which helps support the Center and all of its good work.
Mandelbaum Barrett is pleased to announce that fourteen of our attorneys have been selected by their peers to the New Jersey Super Lawyers List* for 2022.
March 17, 2022
Steven Adler, Michael Bevacqua, Andrew Bronsnick (**10th year as Super Lawyer and on the Top 100 list), Arla D. Cahill, David Carton, Damian Conforti, Doug Eilender, Raj Gadhok, Arthur Grossman, Barry Mandelbaum, Richard Miller, Michael Saffer, Robert C. Scrivo, Lynne Strober. In addition, the Firm is excited to announce that four of our attorneys were named to the Rising Stars list for 2022, which recognizes the top up-and-coming […]
14 Mandelbaum Barrett attorneys named to the 2022 Super Lawyers List as well as 4 named Rising Stars
March 17, 2022
Mandelbaum Barrett is pleased to announce that fourteen of our attorneys have been selected by their peers as New Jersey Super Lawyers* for 2022. Each year, no more than five percent of the lawyers in the state of New Jersey are selected by the research team at Super Lawyers to receive this honor. In addition, the Firm is excited to announce that four of our attorneys were named to the Rising Stars list for 2022, which recognizes the top up-and-coming attorneys age 40 or under or who are in practice for 10 years or less. Each year, no more than 2.5 percent of the lawyers in the state are selected by the research team at Super Lawyers to receive this honor.
Lynne Strober appointed to second term on AAML NJ Board of Managers
March 16, 2022
Congratulations to our Matrimonial and Family Law Co-Chair, Lynne Strober, Esq. for being appointed to the AAML NJ (American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers – New Jersey Chapter) Board of Managers for a 2nd two-year term.
Steven Adler and Brian Block co-author article for New Jersey Law Journal titled "How Not to Handle the Trial of an Employment Case"
March 14, 2022
Mandelbaum Barrett Partners Steven Adler and Brian Block have co-authored an article in the March 9, 2022 issue of the New Jersey Law Journal titled "How Not to Handle the Trial of an Employment Case"– A hypothetical case provides a crash course on employment litigation, including the after-acquired evidence doctrine, the cat's paw doctrine, stray remarks and the same actor inference.
Rebecca Frino, Esq. authors Family Law article for New Jersey Law Journal
March 11, 2022
"With masks coming off and the eventual likelihood of a vaccine for children under 5, we are likely to see an uptick in parental discussions and disagreements over whether to vaccinate children against COVID-19."
Rebecca Frino, Esq., attorney in the Matrimonial and Family Law group at Mandelbaum Barrett has authored an article in the March 10th issue of New Jersey Law Journal titled "Vaccinating Your Child: Are You Sure It's Your Decision to Make?"
Peter Tanella is Guest Speaker on Harbor Business Experience Podcast
March 3, 2022
Peter Tanella, Esq., Chair of the National Veterinary Law Group at Mandelbaum Barrett is thrilled to be this week's guest speaker on the Harbor Business Experience Podcast with Robert J. Trimble DVM.
If you're hoping to learn and grow in the world of practice ownership, don't forget to join the Harbor Business Experience! Once a month, Rob Trimble, DVM and the team at Harbor.vet will be taking a deep dive into the things you need to know to find success in the business side of the veterinary industry.
Peter Tanella authors article for Today's Veterinary Business titled "Stay Away, Please"
February 16, 2022
"Common in veterinary practice transactions, restrictive covenants are designed to prevent the seller from soliciting clients and competing with the buyer after the sale. Through such restrictions, buyers aim to protect themselves and ensure that the acquired business does not lose value due to the seller's re-entering the market. To fulfill those objectives, a purchase agreement's restrictive covenants should be negotiated, clearly stated, endure for a reasonable period (for example, two to five years) and be practical in geographic scope."
Chair of the National Veterinary Law Group at Mandelbaum Barrett, Peter Tanella, Esq. authors a regular column in Today's Veterinary Business called "Legal Lingo." In the current February/March 2022 issue, his article titled "Stay Away, Please" discusses how restrictive covenants serve a critical purpose in a newly purchased clinic's continued success.
Congratulations to Peter Tanella, Esq. for Being Appointed to the Board of NYSAVE.
February 14, 2022
Peter is a strong animal advocate and is committed to helping the pets and the people in his community by volunteering for this great cause. NYSAVE is a non-profit organization which provides emergency funding for the veterinary care of sick or injured companion animals owned by low-income NYC residents who are unable to pay the […]