Category: News

Peter Tanella, Esq. authors article for Today’s Veterinary Business titled “How Groomer Clients Become Adversaries”

August 2, 2022

“Pets can be injured — or worse — through sheer negligence or unforeseen events. Learn to reduce the risk and your legal exposure.” Pet grooming in the United States is an $8 billion-a-year industry with untapped growth potential, especially in the veterinary profession, but it’s also ripe for mishaps and liability claims. Mandelbaum Barrett Veterinary Law […]

CEO William Barrett named to ROI-NJ’s Inaugural “Influencers in the Law” List

July 28, 2022

ROI-NJ has just announced its inaugural “Influencers in the Law” list and we are thrilled that CEO William Barrett has been named to this list. This list pulls together some of the best and brightest attorneys from business transactions to intellectual property disputes, HR issues to cyber concerns, health care challenges, and more throughout the […]

CEO William S. Barrett named to NJBIZ Power 50 in Law List for 2022

July 25, 2022

Congratulations to our CEO William Barrett, Esq. who has been named to the NJBIZ Power 50 in Law list for 2022. Bill not only serves as strategic counsel to businesses throughout the country, but he also leads Mandelbaum Barrett’s continued growth and innovation. He gives personal attention to not just his clients, but also the […]

Vincent Roldan, Esq. Co-Authors Article in the American Bankruptcy Institute Journal titled “Fifth Circuit in CJ Holding Declines to Find ‘Excusable Neglect'”

July 19, 2022

Mandelbaum Barrett Bankruptcy and Creditors Rights Partner Vincent Roldan, Esq. has co-authored an article with Jane Kim, Esq. in the July 2022 issue of American Bankruptcy Institute Journal titled “Fifth Circuit in CJ Holding Declines to Find ‘Excusable Neglect.‘” Read article here. Mr. Roldan also serves as the Coordinating Editor for ABI Journal.

Mandelbaum Barrett Successfully Dismisses Claims in Case Involving Geico Alleging RICO and Other Violations

July 5, 2022

In a decisive early victory in court, Dr. Elkholy and the Precision Pain & Spine Institute secured the dismissal of all but one of Geico’s claims against them, including Geico’s RICO and common law fraud claims, and forced Geico to institute these claims in arbitration. Dr. Elkholy and the Precision Team are confident that they […]

Congratulations to Mandelbaum Barrett Partners Damian Conforti, Raj Gadhok and Casey Gocel who were named to the Morris/Essex Health & Life Magazine – Essex County’s Top Lawyers List for 2022.

June 27, 2022

The selection process involved attorneys throughout the county being asked to select peers whom they deem are the best within their practice area and whom they would seek out for particular legal needs. Learn more here. 

Congratulations to Donald “Donny” A. Dennison, Esq., who has been elected to serve on the Executive Committee for the New Jersey State Bar Association, Elder and Disability Law Section for 2022-2023.

June 24, 2022

Donny will be serving as the Legislative Chair and his responsibilities will include presenting new state and federal legislation to the Section for review, facilitating discussions within the Section about the applicable pieces of legislation, and presenting the Section’s position to the State Bar Association if the Section decides as a whole to support / […]

Congratulations to Lynne Strober, Esq. and Vito Colasurdo, Jr., Esq. who were named members of the 2022 Executive Committee for the New Jersey State Bar Association – Family Law Section.

June 23, 2022

Lynne has been reappointed as an Emeritus member. She was Chair of the NJSBA Family Law Section from 1992-93. Vito has been appointed for the first time.

Peter Tanella, Esq. authors article in Today’s Veterinary Business titled “When an Infection Triggers a Lawsuit”

June 17, 2022

Peter Tanella, Esq., Chair of the National Veterinary Law Group at Mandelbaum Barrett has authored an article in the June/July issue of Today’s Veterinary Business titled “When an Infection Triggers a Lawsuit.” The article is featured in Mr. Tanella’s regular column called “Legal Lingo” and reviews a New York court case that serves as a cautionary tale […]