Litigation

Litigation

Members

  • Charles X. Gormally
  • Edward P. Capozzi
  • Matthew M. Collins
  • Bob Kasolas
  • Stuart L. Pachman
  • Stuart J. Polkowitz
  • Anthony M. Rainone
  • Keith J. Roberts
  • Carl J. Soranno
  • Frances B. Stella
  • Rosaria A. Suriano

Counsel

  • Anthony M. Juliano
  • Thomas Kamvosoulis
  • David J. Klein
  • Eric Magnelli
  • Thomas J. Spies
  • Sean Alden Smith

Associates

  • Paul M. Bishop
  • Lindsay P. Cambron
  • Alex S. Capozzi
  • Mark E. Critchley
  • Corey A. Dietz
  • Robyn K. Lym
  • Lucas A. Markowitz
  • Autumn M. McCourt
  • Kristofer C. Petrie
  • Kelley M. Rutkowski
  • Salim Sabbagh
  • Mia V. Stollen
  • Edward A. Velky

Paralegals

  • Claudia Budris
  • John Martin
  • Michael McBride

Charles X. Gormally, Chair

Led by attorneys who have successfully tried cases in the state and federal courts of New Jersey, New York, and Pennsylvania and numerous other jurisdictions, Brach Eichler’s Litigation Practice advise clients on how to avoid and/or minimize potential liabilities in their personal, professional, and business activities, and how to resolve various legal problems, as they arise, in an efficient, cost-effective manner.

Although our savvy litigation team maintains a wealth of experience litigating cases through trial, we strive to avoid the expense and risks of litigation by seeking practical solutions to the myriad legal issues our clients encounter.

Our attorneys are known for having the business acumen necessary to understand the client’s goals and to develop creative solutions to the client’s challenging issues. These are the hallmarks of Brach Eichler’s Litigation Practice.

Our attorneys handle a broad range of complex commercial litigation, including:

  • Real estate litigation, including challenges to governmental regulations and housing discrimination claims
  • Healthcare law and regulatory matters
  • Employment discrimination
  • Malpractice claims
  • Construction litigation
  • Trademark/copyright infringement
  • Defamation/slander
  • Constitutional claims
  • Wrongful death
  • Personal injury
  • Limited liability company, shareholder, and partnership disputes, i.e., corporate divorce
  • Construction and real estate litigation
  • Contract disputes
  • Unfair competition and trade secret litigation
  • Domain name disputes
  • General business litigation and disputes
Our Promise

At Brach Eichler, we are committed to a dynamic and meaningful partnership with our clients. We move forward with a shared vision, one that is carefully crafted and thoughtfully and practically implemented. Together, we achieve success.

Insights

Articles, August 8, 2019

Suriano Profiled in The MHEDA Journal

The MHEDA Journal

Articles, July 23, 2019

Pachman in Business Law Today on SMLLCs

Business Law Today

Articles, November 1, 2018

The Domino Theory and Proximate Cause

Trial Magazine

Articles, September 26, 2018

The Defend Trade Secrets Act: Will It Replace the Diminishing Restrictive Covenant?

Corporate Counsel Business Journal, (co-author)

Articles, September 10, 2018

Legislative Bid To Make NJ More Competitive

NJBIZ

Articles, May 8, 2018

$625,000 Accord Ends Suit Over Ex-Prosecutor’s Order for Psych Test of Employee

New Jersey Law Journal (quoted in)

Articles, May 8, 2018

NJ Prosecutor’s Office Settles Worker’s Civil Rights Suit

Law 360 (quoted in)

Articles, April 24, 2018

Murphy Signs Equal Pay Law, Aiming to Close Wage Gap

ROI-NJ (quoted in)

Articles, April 24, 2018

Undoing Christie’s Veto, Murphy Signs New Equal-Pay Law

The Sacramento Bee (quoted in)


Lectures, February 26, 2018

Employee Theft and Its Impact on Confidential and Proprietary Information

Material Handling Society of NJ

Articles, February 21, 2018

Bergen County Reaches $1M Settlement in Case Linking Firings to Politics

New Jersey Law Journal (quoted in)


Lectures, November 30, 2017

Anatomy of Legal Claims Arising From Snow and Ice Services

Rutgers University Office of Continuing Professional Education

Articles, September 22, 2017

Suriano Featured in New Jersey Monthly

New Jersey Monthly

Articles, July 24, 2017

Client’s Needs vs. Attorney’s Integrity: An Ethical Tug of War

New Jersey Law Journal, (co-author)

Articles, March 13, 2017

Getting Into and Out of a 50-50 Business Relationship

New Jersey Law Journal

Articles, March 8, 2017

Breaking Up (with a Business Partner) is Hard to Do

New Jersey Business, (co-author)


Lectures, March 2, 2017

The Importance of Reading, Understanding, and Negotiating Employment Agreements When Entering into the Job Market

Co-presenter at Rutgers Dental School to fourth-year students


Lectures, January 22, 2017

The Importance of Employment Agreements, Partnership Agreements, and Employment Handbooks

Co-presenter at Bronx-Lebanon Hospital to dental residents

Charles X. Gormally, Chair

Led by attorneys who have successfully tried cases in the state and federal courts of New Jersey, New York, and Pennsylvania and numerous other jurisdictions, Brach Eichler’s Litigation Practice advise clients on how to avoid and/or minimize potential liabilities in their personal, professional, and business activities, and how to resolve various legal problems, as they arise, in an efficient, cost-effective manner.

Although our savvy litigation team maintains a wealth of experience litigating cases through trial, we strive to avoid the expense and risks of litigation by seeking practical solutions to the myriad legal issues our clients encounter.

Our attorneys are known for having the business acumen necessary to understand the client’s goals and to develop creative solutions to the client’s challenging issues. These are the hallmarks of Brach Eichler’s Litigation Practice.

Our attorneys handle a broad range of complex commercial litigation, including:

  • Real estate litigation, including challenges to governmental regulations and housing discrimination claims
  • Healthcare law and regulatory matters
  • Employment discrimination
  • Malpractice claims
  • Construction litigation
  • Trademark/copyright infringement
  • Defamation/slander
  • Constitutional claims
  • Wrongful death
  • Personal injury
  • Limited liability company, shareholder, and partnership disputes, i.e., corporate divorce
  • Construction and real estate litigation
  • Contract disputes
  • Unfair competition and trade secret litigation
  • Domain name disputes
  • General business litigation and disputes