Arla D. Cahill is a Partner in the Firm’s Litigation Department in which she focuses her practice on complex Litigation, including shareholder disputes, trade secret misappropriation, commercial lease disputes, and fiduciary, trust and estate litigation; Banking Litigation representing national banks and private lenders in multi-million dollar foreclosure and guaranty enforcement actions; and Labor and Employment Litigation representing individuals in class and collective actions, wage and hour violations, and discrimination cases.  For nearly thirty years, she has regularly appeared before the New Jersey State civil trial, appellate and administrative courts, the federal courts of New Jersey and New York, and before national arbitration tribunals.

In addition to her civil litigation practice, Arla has long been the champion of the rights of individuals with disabilities, including adults and children, even before she became a lawyer. As Chair of the Education Law Practice Group, she represents educationally disabled students and their families in the matters arising under the Individual with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA), Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act, Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, the New Jersey Law Against Discrimination (NJLAD) and the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), among other civil rights statutes. She also counsels’ college-age disabled students in obtaining accommodations and equal access to their college program services and benefits. Arla has extensive experience with litigating and resolving student discipline and bullying appeals under the New Jersey Anti-Bullying Bill of Rights Act.

As Co-Chair of the Special Needs Practice Group, Arla participates in cases involving complex guardianship disputes, elder law protection and special needs planning.

Arla regularly presents lectures to attorneys and members of the public on topics concerning disability rights in the workplace, special education rights, student discipline, harassment, intimidation and bullying (HIB), mental health, transgender rights, and attorney ethics. She has also appeared twice on the NJ Matters television program discussing her views on student bullying issues.

Her professional memberships include the New Jersey State Bar Association (School Law Special Committee Member), New York State Bar Association, Sussex County Bar Association, Worrall F. Mountain Inn of Court (Master), New Jersey Women Lawyers Association, Council of Parent Attorneys and Advocates (COPAA), SPAN, and Council of Special Needs Planners.

Arla’s community involvement includes serving as President of the Board of Trustees for two non-profits, Employment Horizons, Inc. and Employment Horizons Enterprises, Inc., and she served for twelve years as a member of the New Jesey Supreme Court District V-B Ethics Committee, holding Chair and Vice Chair positions.  Since 2012, she has participated in numerous charity bicycle rides to raise awareness and funds for the National MS Society’s Bike MS, the National Diabetes Association’s Tour De Cure, Autism New Jersey’s Ride for Autism, among other charitable organizations.

Arla is a graduate of the University of Pittsburgh School of Law during which she was a teaching assistant in the Legal Writing Program, research assistant for MacArthur Foundation Award recipient, Professor Pamela Samuelson (intellectual property), member of the Moot Court Board, charter member of the University of Pittsburgh Inn of Court, and a student attorney with the Health Law and Elder Law Clinics.

Prior to law school, she graduated at the top of her class with a Master of Science in Microbiology from Duquesne University, where she was selected to serve as a teaching assistant for undergraduate biology classes, and her thesis research was published in the international, peer-reviewed science journal, Applied and Environmental Microbiology. Arla earned her Bachelor of Science, cum laude, in Biology with a minor in Chemistry from Montclair State University.

Following law school, Arla served as Judicial Law Clerk to the Honorable Leo Yanoff, Judge of the Superior Court of New Jersey, Essex County Vicinage.

Arla resides with her husband and their labrador retriever in Sussex County where they enjoy kayaking, motor boating, hiking and motorcycling.

Arla was recognized by New Jersey Super Lawyers in its “Rising Star” in Business Litigation list (2006-2009) and the Super Lawyers list for 2022, 2023 and 2024.* She was also recognized as an Essex County “Top Lawyer” in the Morris/Essex Health & Life Magazine in June 2023.

*No aspect of this advertisement has been approved by the Supreme Court of New Jersey or the American Bar Association. A description of the standard or methodology used by Super Lawyers can be found here.

  • New Jersey State Bar Association, Business Law Section
  • Essex & Morris County Bar Associations
  • Employment Horizons, President – Board of Trustees
  • Morris County Chamber of Commerce, Women In Business Committee
  • Academy of Special Needs Planners
  • Council of Parent Attorneys and Advocates
  • SPAN Parent Advocacy Network
  • New Jersey State Bar Association, School Law Special Committee

New Jersey Super Lawyers in its “Rising Star” in Business Litigation list (2006-2009)

Super Lawyers list for 2022-2024.*

Essex County “Top Lawyer” in the Morris/Essex Health & Life Magazine in June 2023.

  • December 16, 2023:  “Section 504 Workshop”, National Business Institute (Topics: Teacher Training and Key Considerations for Implementing IEPs)
  • November 14, 2023:  “Basic Rights in Special Education Law”, Verona C.H.I.L.D.
  • October 16, 2023:   “ABCs of Education Law”, National Business Institute (Topics: Legal Ethics and Issues Concerning Transgender Students)
  • October 4, 2023:  “Disability Law Primer”, 2023 ACCES NJ Star Conference (Introduction to relevant state and federal laws concerning individuals with disabilities in the workplace)
  • June 23, 2023:  “Special Education Law: Back To Basics”, National Business Institute (Topics: Key Laws to Know; Understanding Special Education Law; and Discipline and Bullying: Legal Best Practices)
  • May 19, 2023:  “Planning for Special Needs Children”, Mandelbaum Barrett PC Elder Law Department Lecture Series.
  • May 16, 2023: “Special Education: The Ultimate Guide”, National Business Institute (Topics: Essential Special Education Legal Updates; Bullying & Harassment—Ensuring Special Education Students Receive FAPE).
  • November 29, 2022:  “School Law: Handling Mental Health Issues,” National Business Institute (Topics:  Mental Health and Student Privacy: What Can Be Disclosed? and Disciplining Students With Student Mental Health in Mind).
  • May 19, 2022:  “Basic Rights in Special Education:  What Every Parent Should Know,” Family Partners of Morris & Sussex Counties.
  • April 12, 2022:  “The Three C’s of Ethics:  Communication, Confidentiality, and Conflicts,” Mandelbaum Barrett Lunchtime Lecture Series.
  • June 29, 2021:  “Handling Social Media Legal Issues in Schools,” National Business Institute.
  • December 21, 2020:  “New Jersey Education Law in the Age of COVID-19,” Worral F. Mountain American Inn of Court.
  • December 10, 2020:  “New Jersey School Law Update 2021,” National Business Institute.
  • November 20, 2020:  “School Law: Handling Mental Health Issues,” National Business Institute.
  • November 4, 2020:  “Texas School Law Update 2021”, National Business Institute.
  • June 29, 2020:  Anti-Hazing Law Passes NJ Senate, Jersey Matters with Larry Mendte, NJNN.
  • June 17, 2020:  NJ Anti-Hazing Bill In Honor of Late New Jersey Teen Demands Student/University Accountability, Kimberly Kravitz, reporting, NJNN.
  • June 11, 2020:  “Basic Rights in Special Education:  What Every Parent Should Know,” Family Partners of Morris & Sussex Counties.
  • December 11, 2019:  “School Law: Social Media and Apps, Cyberbullying, Privacy And Other Technology Issues,” National Business Institute.
  • November 18, 2019:  Legal Remedies for Kids Suffering Bullying At School, Jersey Matters with Larry Mendte, NJNN.
  • October 4, 2019:  “Children Have Legal Remedies Against Bullying,” Op-Ed, Star Ledger Guest Columnist, NJ.com.
  • December 17, 2018:  “Special Education Law for the General Practitioner,” Worral F. Mountain American Inn of Court.

  • State of New Jersey
  • State of New York
  • Commonwealth of Pennsylvania
  • U.S. District Court, District of New Jersey
  • U.S. Court of Appeals, Third Circuit
  • U.S. District Court, Southern District of New York
  • U.S. District Court, Eastern District of New York
  • Supreme Court of the United States

  • University of Pittsburgh School of Law, J.D., 1996
  • Honors:
  • Research Assistant to Professor Pamela Samuelson (Intellectual Property)
  • Legal Research Teaching Assistant
  • Appellate Moot Court Board
  • Duquesne University, M.S., 1993
  • Honors:
  • Research and Teaching Assistant
  • Published Juried Thesis Research
  • Montclair State University, B.S., cum laude, 1991

Decision Alert: Arla Cahill & Richard Miller, Esqs. Secure Favorable Decision for Client in Special Needs Trust Case

March 14, 2024

Arla D. Cahill, Esq. and Richard I. Miller, Esq., Partners and Co-Chairs of the Special Needs Practice Group at Mandelbaum Barrett PC, recently won a favorable decision on behalf of the firm’s bank client, which filed a suit in 2021 to modify a special needs trust (SNT) agreement that appointed the bank as a professional […]

Mandelbaum Barrett PC Achieves $1.9 Million Settlement in National Overtime Class Action Against Major Telecommunications Company

October 26, 2020

Mandelbaum Barrett PC, PC announces that, after six years of litigation in the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York, it settled a nationwide overtime collective and a New York Rule 23 class action brought against a major telecommunications company.

Arla Cahill Receives Great Result for Client in a Case Involving a Corporate Officer Being Held Personally Liable for Past Company's Debts

March 5, 2019

On March 5, 2019, Mandelbaum Barrett PC Member Arla D. Cahill successfully defeated a plaintiff's motion for summary judgment and prevailed on a cross-motion for summary judgment that dismissed a complaint for $125,000 entirely and with prejudice in favor of the firm's client. The complaint sought to hold the client, a corporate officer, personally liable for the alleged debt of a defunct New Jersey corporation based on an unsigned credit agreement containing a joint and several liability provision that plaintiff sought to enforce under Utah law. The court rejected plaintiff's argument that use of a corporate credit card constituted an agreement by the officer to be personally liable for the company's charges. The court also found no evidence that the proffered credit agreement was the original agreement issued for the company's account or any other evidence justifying personal liability. Applying New Jersey law, the court found that, unlike Utah law, unsigned personal guarantees and unilateral, inconspicuous "bill stuffer" amendments to material terms of credit agreements are unenforceable. Because this was the second time this plaintiff filed suit against the corporate officer, the court also found that the suit was barred by New Jersey's entire controversy doctrine.

Litigation Department Obtains $6.7 Million Award On Behalf Of Client

February 14, 2019

On February 14, 2019, Michael Saffer, Co-Chair of the Firm's Litigation Department and Arla D. Cahill, a Member of that Department, obtained an award of $6.7 million in a complex commercial arbitration proceeding before the American Arbitration Association in New York City in which they represented an anesthesiology group that asserted numerous claims against a surgery center. The Arbitrator, following 10 days of hearings with numerous witnesses and hundreds of trial exhibits created by our team, awarded the entire amount requested in the Demand for Arbitration.

Elder Law and Special Needs Newsletter: May 2024 Issue

May 30, 2024

Check out our May Elder Law and Special Needs newsletter! In this issue, our attorneys explore important hot topics including navigating probate litigation in New York as well as possible changes to the Medicaid Payback Rules. We also give updates on the latest happenings around our firm. Stay in the know and empowered with the […]

Elder Law and Special Needs Newsletter: April 2024 Issue

April 15, 2024

Check out our April Elder Law and Special Needs newsletter! Our legal team explores important topics including beneficiary designations and the recent updates to the Medicaid divisor, which came into effect this month. We also give updates on the latest happenings around our firm. Stay in the know and empowered with the freshest insights from […]

Elder Law and Special Needs Newsletter: February 2024 Issue

February 16, 2024

Our February Elder Law and Special Needs newsletter is now available! In this issue, our attorneys delve into timely topics such as recent legislative developments in New Jersey. Specifically, we explore new laws designed to support drivers with Autism, as well as initiatives establishing “Presumptive Eligibility” under Medicaid’s Home and Community-Based Services Waiver Program. Stay […]

Elder Law and Special Needs Newsletter: January 2024 Issue

January 3, 2024

ICYMI: The January issue of our Elder Law and Special Needs newsletter is hot off the press today! In this issue, our attorneys cover industry hot topics including Richard Miller’s recent article in Insurance NewsNet discussing beneficiary designations. Read the full newsletter here.

Elder Law and Special Needs Newsletter: November 2023 Issue

November 28, 2023

ICYMI: The November issue of our Elder Law and Special Needs newsletter is hot off the press today! In this issue, our attorneys cover industry hot topics including the upcoming Medicare Open Enrollment deadline, the story behind Michael Oher conservatorship and ways to save time by using the Social Security website. Read the full newsletter […]

Elder Law and Special Needs Newsletter – October 2023 Issue

October 3, 2023

Don’t miss the October issue of our Elder Law and Special Needs newsletter. This month’s features include new vlogs and articles discussing industry hot topics. Elder Law Chair, Richard Miller, Esq. even has a Netflix show recommendation included in this issue! Read the full newsletter here.

Elder Law and Special Needs Newsletter: August 2023 Issue

August 29, 2023

Don’t miss the August issue of our Elder Law and Special Needs newsletter. This month, our attorneys have rolled out their new vlogs to discuss industry hot topics, along with a corresponding article. We have also started a new “Meet our Team” spotlight and this month’s feature is our practice group coordinator, Mariah Hernandez. Read […]

Elder Law and Special Needs Newsletter: July 2023 Issue

July 14, 2023

The Elder Law and Special Needs Practice Groups at Mandelbaum Barrett PC are pleased to bring you their July newsletter. In this issue, our attorneys cover the Aretha Franklin estate trial and verdict, estate planning Q&A, as well as consequences of not using a Medicare Set-Aside account and the latest happenings in our department. Read […]

Elder Law and Special Needs Newsletter – June 2023 Issue

June 9, 2023

Our Elder Law and Special Needs attorneys are pleased to present their June newsletter. Check it out for articles on Hot Topics including why you don’t want to wait until you’re sick to create an estate plan. It also highlights our team’s recent and upcoming events and presentations. Read the full newsletter here.

Finding the Right Fit:  What Parents of Intellectually and Developmentally Disabled Students Should Know When Researching Post-Secondary School Learning Environments

May 3, 2023

For many students who are classified in the public school as having an educational disability under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act, the difference between the educational supports provided in high school and the college or other post-secondary learning environment can be significant. A major difference is that, in high school, a classified student has […]

Recent Landmark Decision by the U.S. Supreme Court Opens Doors for Special Education Students’ ADA and Section 504 Discrimination Claims for Compensatory Damages Without Prior Administrative Exhaustion Requirement

April 25, 2023

On March 21, 2023, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled unanimously in Perez v. Sturgis Public Schools that a special education student and his parents could pursue their claims for money damages under the Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA) and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act (Section 504) against a public school district without first having to exhaust their administrative remedies under the Individuals With Disabilities Education Act (IDEA).

Mandelbaum Barrett PC Elder Law and Special Needs Newsletter: February 2023 Issue

February 27, 2023

The Elder Law and Special Needs Departments at Mandelbaum Barrett PC are pleased to bring you our February newsletter in its new and improved format. Check out the Hot Topics and industry events our team has been busy with. As always, we would love to hear your feedback! Read the full newsletter here.

Elder Law and Special Needs Newsletter: January 2023 Issue

January 5, 2023

In the January issue of our Elder Law and Special Needs Newsletter, our attorneys share some of their recent articles on industry hot topics, such as “5 Reasons for Seniors to Celebrate in 2023.” We also highlight recent and upcoming events including our Elder Law Team (Richard Miller, Esq., Jason Marx, Esq., Shawna Kirchner Brown, Esq., Donald “Donny” […]

Supreme Court to Hear Case That Could Increase the Bite That Medicaid Takes Out of Settlements

October 11, 2021

The U.S. Supreme Court has agreed to hear a case disputing how much states can recoup from Medicaid recipients' settlements in personal injury cases. The decision has the potential to affect anyone who receives government assistance with their medical care following a disabling injury that results in a lawsuit.

The Perils and Pitfalls of Do-It-Yourself Special Needs Planning

October 7, 2021

Among the costs of caring for a dependent with special needs are the fees for professional advice. Some families are tempted to save on these costs by setting up a plan on their own.

Pandemic Payments Now Won't Affect SSI Benefits or Eligibility at All

September 22, 2021

Pandemic-related financial assistance will no longer affect an individual's eligibility for Supplemental Security Income (SSI) or the benefit amount, the Social Security Administration (SSA) has announced. The assistance includes a long list of pandemic payments, ranging from COVID-19 relief checks to state unemployment assistance.

The Impact of COVID-19 on the Delivery of Public Education in New Jersey

March 18, 2020

March 18, 2020 By Arla D. Cahill On March 16, 2020, New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy signed Executive Order No. 104, which, among other things, ordered the closure of every public, private and parochial school in the State as of March 18, 2020. Many parents may have questions about whether missed time from school due […]

Finding the Right Fit: What Parents of Special Needs Students Should Know When Applying for College

October 6, 2019

For many students who are classified in the public school as having an educational disability under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act, the difference between the educational supports provided in high school and college or other post-secondary learning environments can be significant. A major difference is that, in high school, a classified student has a […]

What Legal Protections Do Children Have Against Bullying in School?

September 16, 2019

Many parents naturally assume that their child is safely in the care and supervision of their school’s teachers and administrators. While schools may try their best to protect students from various physical safety issues that could occur on school premises, it is more difficult for school personnel to protect students from bullying. Bullying not only […]

Back to School Alert: Students' Rights Under NJ's Anti-Bullying Law

August 29, 2019

Arla D. Cahill has authored a special Back to School Alert discussing student's rights under NJ's Anti-Bullying Law. Click here to read more.

Disabled Students' Rights under Anti-Bullying Laws

January 8, 2018

January 8, 2018 By Arla D. Cahill A 2009 study by the U.S. Departments of Justice and Education, “Indicators of School Crime and Safety,” reported that 32% of students aged 12 through 18 were bullied in the previous school year. The study reported that 25% of the responding public schools indicated that bullying was a […]

Court Decides What Level of Educational Benefit Schools Must Deliver to Educationally Disabled Students

April 6, 2017

April 6, 2017 By Arla D. Cahill and Brian M. Block On March 22, 2017, the U.S. Supreme Court issued its highly anticipated decision in Endrew F. v. Douglas County School District. The case posed the following question: what is the level of educational benefit that school districts must confer on children with disabilities to […]

Disabled Students Can File ADA and Section 504 Discrimination Claims Without Administrative Exhaustion Under the IDEA

April 4, 2017

April 4, 2017 By Arla D. Cahill and Brian M. Block On February 22, 2017, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled unanimously in favor of a disabled student, Elena, and her family in Fry v. Napoleon Community Schools, by reversing and remanding the case back to the appellate court. Fry upheld a disabled student’s right to […]

Arla D. Cahill, Esq. honored with the 2023 Outstanding Faculty Award by the National Business Institute (NBI) 

May 2, 2024

Congratulations to Arla D. Cahill, Esq., Chair of Education Law and Co-Chair of Special Needs at Mandelbaum Barrett PC, on being honored with the 2023 Outstanding Faculty Award by the National Business Institute (NBI, Inc.). Arla’s dedication and expertise have consistently shone through as she serves as a frequent presenter for NBI. This prestigious award recognizes her […]

18 of our attorneys have been selected for the 2024 New Jersey Super Lawyers® list, and 5 were named to the 2024 New Jersey Rising Stars® list.

March 25, 2024

Mandelbaum Barrett PC is delighted to share that 18 of our attorneys have been selected for the 2024 New Jersey Super Lawyers® list, and 5 were named to the 2024 New Jersey Rising Stars® list. We are proud to work alongside such an exceptional team. Special shout out to Andy R. Bronsnick for making the Top […]

Arla Cahill, Esq. and Jaqueline Yarmo, Esq. to present webinar for Verona C.H.I.L.D. titled “Basic Rights in Special Education Law”

November 13, 2023

Mandelbaum Barrett PC Special Needs Co-Chair Arla D. Cahill, Esq. and Associate Jacqueline Yarmo, Esq. will be presenting a live webinar for Verona C.H.I.L.D. on Tuesday, November 14th (7 p.m.) titled Basic Rights in Special Education Law. Special education law covers a broad continuum of students. The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) requires that every public school […]

Arla Cahill and Brent Pohlman to present Disability Law Primer at the upcoming ACCSES Star Conference

September 18, 2023

Arla Cahill, Esq., Partner and Chair of Education Law and Co-Chair of Special Needs and Brent Pohlman, Esq., Partner in Labor and Employment at Mandelbaum Barrett PC will be presenting a “Disability Law Primer” at the upcoming ACCSES New Jersey Star Conference on October 4th from 1:45pm to 2:45pm. The Disability Law Primer will be […]

Arla Cahill to present NBI live webinar titled “The ABCs of Education Law”

August 15, 2023

How does your knowledge of special education law stack up? What are the newest legal issues concerning technology and the classroom? Are you up to date on the latest Title IX developments?  Join Mandelbaum Barrett PC Education Law Chair Arla D. Cahill, Esq. for the National Business Institute’s “The ABCs of Education Law.” Being held on […]

Partner Arla Cahill, Esq. has been appointed to the New Jersey State Bar Association School Law Special Committee

June 28, 2023

Congratulations to Mandelbaum Barrett PC Chair of Education Law, Arla D. Cahill, Esq. who has been appointed to the New Jersey State Bar Association School Law Special Committee. The appointment of members to the NJSBA’s special committees is made by the NJSBA President. The mission of the School Law Special Committee is to monitor developments in education law, provide updates of […]

21 Mandelbaum Barrett PC Attorneys Named to 2023 New Jersey Super Lawyers Lists

May 11, 2023

Congratulations to the Mandelbaum Barrett PC attorneys selected to the New Jersey Super Lawyers & Rising Stars lists that were just announced today. We think our team is pretty super too! Learn more about this award and the methodology used by Thomson Reuters here. No aspect of this award or advertisement has been approved by […]

Arla Cahill to present NBI online seminar titled “Special Education Law: The Ultimate Guide”

March 1, 2023

Arla D. Cahill, Esq., Chair of Education Law and Co-Chair of Special Needs at Mandelbaum Barrett PC will be presenting a live online seminar for National Business Institute (NBI, Inc.) on May 16th, 2023 titled “Special Education Law: The Ultimate Guide.” Special education legal issues can be confusing for school personnel and attorneys alike. This […]

Arla Cahill, Esq. and Brent Pohlman, Esq. to present at the ACCSES NJ STAR Conference

September 12, 2022

Mandelbaum Barrett PC Special Needs Partner Arla D. Cahill, Esq. and Employment Law Partner Brent Pohlman, Esq. will be presenting at the upcoming ACCSES New Jersey Star Conference on September 21st, 2022. They will be giving a “Disability Law Primer” as an introduction to relevant state and federal laws pertinent to service providers of individuals with disabilities, including the […]

Mandelbaum Barrett PC 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 PC attorneys named to the 2022 Super Lawyers List as well as 4 named to Rising Stars list

March 17, 2022

Mandelbaum Barrett PC 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.

Arla Cahill Featured In Special Education Webinar Presented By Family Partners of Morris and Sussex Counties

June 23, 2020

Arla Cahill Interviewed on Jersey Matters to Talk about Legal Remedies for School Bullying

November 25, 2019

Parents have legal remedies against bullying in schools on behalf of their children. Hear what Mandelbaum Barrett PC's Education Law Chair Arla Cahill has to say about New Jersey's Anti-Bullying Bill of Rights Act on a recent episode of Jersey Matters with Larry Mendte.

Arla D. Cahill Has Been Appointed by the New Jersey Supreme Court to Serve as Vice Chair of the District V-B Ethics Committee for Essex County

September 3, 2019

Congratulations to Arla D. Cahill, a partner in the firm's Litigation Department, who has been appointed by the New Jersey Supreme Court to serve as Vice Chair of the District V-B Ethics Committee for Essex County (DEC V-B). The appointment is effective September 1, 2019. As Vice Chair of the District V-B Committee, Arla will handle overseeing the disposition of hearings involving allegations of attorney misconduct. Additionally, she will be responsible for recruiting members and working to continually improve the efficiency of the attorney-monitored disciplinary system. Join us in congratulating Arla!

Arla D. Cahill Appointed to the Executive Committee of Employment Horizons, Inc

June 3, 2019

Congratulations to Arla D. Cahill, Co-Chair of the Firm's Special Needs Practice, who was appointed to the Executive Committee of Employment Horizons, Inc. Employment Horizons was founded in Morristown in 1957 by a group of forward-thinking parents who wanted to expand work and personal growth opportunities for their children with disabilities. Over the years, Employment Horizons has implemented innovative programs to meet the needs and choices of those they serve, both on-site as well as in the community. They provide job training and placement services to people with disabilities and other barriers to employment in the greater Morris County, NJ area. Arla has been active in the organization for a number of years and we know she will continue to do great things.

Mandelbaum Barrett PC's March 2019 Special Needs Newsletter

March 21, 2019

Mandelbaum Barrett PC's March Special Needs Newsletter is now available. In this issue you can read about what a special needs trust can pay for and kiddie tax changes. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact Practice Group Co-Chair's Richard Miller or Arla D. Cahill. Click here to read this month's issue.

Mandelbaum Barrett PC's February 2019 Special Needs Newsletter

February 20, 2019

Mandelbaum Barrett PC's February Special Needs Newsletter is now available. In this issue you can read about ABLE accounts, a difficult question parents of adult children with disabilities face, and more. If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact Practice Group Co-Chair's Richard Miller or Arla D. Cahill. Read more here.