Eileen R. Funnell is an Associate in the Firm’s Corporate, Dental and Veterinary Law Practice Groups. Eileen focuses primarily on corporate and transaction matters, including the formation of new businesses, mergers and acquisitions, and regulatory matters. Eileen takes an active role in mergers and acquisitions, including drafting and negotiating purchase agreements and other ancillary documents, as well as performing due diligence.
Eileen earned her B.A. in English from Boston University and her J.D. from Seton Hall University School of Law. While in law school, Eileen was selected to be a senior editor on the Seton Hall Law Review. Prior to joining the firm, Eileen was a summer associate at Travelers Insurance and a legal intern for the Honorable John K. Sherwood, United States Bankruptcy Judge for the District of New Jersey.
OFFERING EQUITY: HOW TO MAXIMIZE INCENTIVES AND REWARDS IN VETERINARY PRACTICE OWNERSHIP
July 6, 2023Introduction As the veterinary industry continues to evolve, practices are seeking innovative ways to attract and retain talented professionals. Equity interests, such as employee stock options and profits interests, have emerged as compelling forms of compensation. In this article, we delve into the two primary methods used to grant equity to veterinarians: Employee Stock Option […]
Veterinary Law Newsletter: Volume 23
March 23, 2023Our National Veterinary Law Group at Mandelbaum Barrett PC is excited to release our latest newsletter. In addition to important industry hot topics and recent events, we are excited to spotlight Symbios Animal Health, Patterson Veterinary University and BlackDVM Network in this issue. Read the newsletter here.
New Jersey’s 2020 WARN Act Amendments: A Comprehensive Look at the Changes to Employer Obligations and Liabilities
January 27, 2023The NJ WARN Act requires employers to provide advance notice to employees in the event of a plant closing or mass layoff. In 2020, radical changes were made to the law, expanding the definition of "employer" and "mass layoff", adding obligations in the event of a "change of control", and expanding the definition of "establishment". The amendments will take effect on April 10, 2023, making more employers subject to the law and potentially exposing owners and decision-makers to individual liability.
National Veterinary Law Group Newsletter: Volume 22
January 3, 2023As we get ready to close out 2022 and start 2023, we are pleased to bring you our National Veterinary Law Group at Mandelbaum Barrett PC‘s End of Year Newsletter. In this issue, Chair Peter Tanella, Esq. and the Veterinary Law Team bring you articles on hot topics such as “What Does it Mean to Hire the […]
HOW TO RETAIN YOUR VETERINARIANS AND STAFF WHEN SELLING YOUR VETERINARY PRACTICE
November 15, 2022Reliable veterinarians and veterinary support staff are an important part of running a successful veterinary practice. These employees are the backbone of your business, and there is often a strong bond among the team that works together to run a practice. The team learns to do things a certain way and losing any member of […]
The National Veterinary Law Group at Mandelbaum Barrett PC to exhibit and sponsor the upcoming 2023 New York State Veterinary Conference
August 24, 2023The National Veterinary Law Group at Mandelbaum Barrett PC is proud to be a sponsor of the upcoming 2023 New York State Veterinary Conference at Cornell University School of Veterinary Medicine. Practice Group Chair, Peter Tanella, Esq. and Associate Eileen Funnell, Esq. will also be exhibiting at the show. Make sure to stop by Booth […]
The National Veterinary Law Group at Mandelbaum Barrett PC to Exhibit at Upcoming VMX Meeting
January 4, 2023Our National Veterinary Law Group is gearing up for their first industry show of 2023 and looking forward to connecting with clients, colleagues, and friends. Practice Chair Peter Tanella, Esq. and associates Justin Wade, Esq. and Eileen Funnell, Esq. will be exhibiting at the VMX Meeting in Orlando, Florida from January 15th to 18th. Make […]