BrachEichler LLC News Feed,388,390,406&directive=0&stylesheet=rss&records=10en-us19 Apr 2018firmwise$750,000 Personal Injury Settlement for Client Struck by Car Apr 2018News,388,390,406&directive=0&stylesheet=rss&records=10Fanburg in Mid-Market Report on Training Rainmakers Apr 2018News,388,390,406&directive=0&stylesheet=rss&records=10Kamvosoulis Promoted to Counsel Apr 2018News,388,390,406&directive=0&stylesheet=rss&records=10New Environmental Blog Post: Medical Waste Storage and Disposal Regulations Apr 2018News,388,390,406&directive=0&stylesheet=rss&records=10Dromsky-Reed hosts New Jersey Inheritance Tax Roundtable 4/1313 Apr 2018News,388,390,406&directive=0&stylesheet=rss&records=10Significant Appellate Victory Won by Rose Suriano Apr 2018News<br /> Brach Eichler, led by Rose Suriano, represented a company whose consumer agreements mandated that all disputes and claims be resolved through arbitration. A plaintiff filed a consumer fraud/class action lawsuit in Superior Court despite the arbitration clause in the purchase agreement. However, that same arbitration clause was the subject of two prior Appellate Division opinions, which found that same provision unenforceable, and allowed the plaintiffs&rsquo; claims in Superior Court. <br /> <br /> In Suriano&rsquo;s case, the trial court ruled against her client and found the arbitration provision unenforceable based on the two prior Appellate Division opinions. Suriano raised an argument in the case that was not raised by other counsel in the two prior cases. The Appellate panel that heard the appeal even included two of the same judges who authored the prior opinions, invalidating the arbitration provision, making victory an unlikely outcome.<br /> <br /> Suriano recently received the Appellate Division&rsquo;s decision reversing the trial court&rsquo;s ruling, finding the arbitration provision enforceable based on the arguments Suriano raised.<br /> <br /> This was a significant win to Suriano&rsquo;s client because it eliminated the plaintiffs&rsquo; class action claims against the client and because the arbitration provision Suriano sought to enforce is contained in many of the purchase agreements in the industry. <br />,388,390,406&directive=0&stylesheet=rss&records=10Manigan to Address NJ Orthopaedic Societyhttp://www.njosmeeting.com12 Apr 2018News,388,390,406&directive=0&stylesheet=rss&records=10AHA Greater Northern NJ Chapter Honors Brach Eichler Apr 2018News,388,390,406&directive=0&stylesheet=rss&records=10PI Chair and Member Edward Capozzi Settles $650,000 Discectomy Suit Apr 2018News,388,390,406&directive=0&stylesheet=rss&records=10Gorrell and Levine Speaking at ICLE Health Law Session 4/12 Apr 2018News,388,390,406&directive=0&stylesheet=rss&records=10