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Commercial and Corporate Litigation

15 AugSeven Mandelbaum Salsburg Attorneys Recognized By Their Peers In Best Lawyers in America© 2018

We are proud to announce that 7 of our attorneys were selected to The Best Lawyers in America© 2018 edition*. Inclusion on this list of the top practitioners in various areas of practice across the United States is an honor as it is bestowed by fellow attorneys. Best Lawyers* is regarded as one of the most respected peer-review publications in the legal profession....

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12 JunRyan Buehler Joins Mandelbaum Salsburg's Litigation Department

We are pleased to welcome Ryan Buehler who has joined our Firm as Counsel where he will concentrate his practice on commercial litigation. Over the course of his career he has represented clients before the New Jersey Superior Court, New Jersey Superior Court – Appellate Division, Federal Court for the District of New Jersey, and municipal boards. Ryan has represented commercial clients in matters involving lease disputes, contract disputes, partnership disputes, construction lien claims, tax liens, employment disputes, land use disputes, property rights, torts and environmental law among other areas. Ryan has also represented various clients in mediation and arbitration proceedings....

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22 AugCheryl Burstein Wins Major Victory in Environmental Litigation Brought By The New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection

Cheryl Burstein, a partner in the firm’s commercial litigation department, with assistance from partner Stuart Gold, recently obtained a major victory for one of Mandelbaum Salsburg’s contractor clients in an environmental lawsuit brought by the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (“NJDEP”). The NJDEP sought...

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5 MarMember Michael Saffer Featured in NJ Biz

Member Michael Saffer, Co-Chair of the Commercial and Corporate Litigation Department, was interviewed as part of the NJ Biz Triple Play series. Michael spoke about issues business owners should take into consideration when it comes to litigation and their business, which you can read about...

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21 FebRead Associate Brian Block’s Just Published Law Review Article in the Seton Hall Circuit Review Concerning Collecting Attorney’s Fees Under the Lanham Act

The co-authored article surveys whether and how federal circuit and district courts are applying Supreme Court’s decision in Octane Fitness, LLC v. ICON Health & Fitness, Inc. (2014), which set the standard for attorneys’ fee-shifting in the Patent Act, to attorneys’ fee applications under the...

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