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Your legal issues are serious. And when they arise, you’ll want a respected law firm that will champion your cause. One that listens to you and proactively understands your needs. We are Einhorn Barbarito, a comprehensive, full-service law practice committed to protecting our client’s interests for over 50 years. Throughout that time we have built our reputation by delivering individualized service and legal counsel. Our treasured heritage is rooted in performance with a responsiveness that has built long-lasting client relationships.
They didn't just win our lawsuit,
they changed our lives.

James • Mendham, NJ

They didn't just win our lawsuit,
they changed our lives.

James • Mendham, NJ

Tim Ford got us the "win" – times two! He prevailed in a challenging case.
He believed in us, stuck with us and got us through. Highly recommended.

Small Business • Morris County, NJ

Tim Ford got us the "win" – times two! He prevailed in a challenging case.
He believed in us, stuck with us and got us through. Highly recommended.

Small Business • Morris County, NJ

Compassionate, committed, responsive

Your legal issues are serious. You need a powerful and respected law firm that is unwaveringly committed. Insightful. Focused. One with discerning awareness, creativity and acumen to bring bold solutions and effective results to your most intricate problems. One that listens to you, understands your needs and represents your interests above all else.

Our firm handles a wide spectrum of cases, from the straightforward to the complex. We represent a diverse base of clients from individuals and families to public and private companies, entrepreneurs and long-standing institutions. Across the board, each client consistently receives an exceptional level of service and legal counsel. Our multi-disciplinary team and exemplary support staff are dedicated to providing the best possible outcomes for all of our clients’ matters. We pride ourselves on our responsiveness to our clients’ needs. Everything we do is a reflection of ourselves — from the quality of our work, to the strength of our knowledge, to the experience and approachability of our staff.

Our treasured reputation is rooted in performance that has built long-lasting relationships with our clients. That doesn’t happen by chance. It happens because we are good at what we do. We respect you and the law.

Insight, not impulse

Einhorn Barbarito isn’t your typical law firm because we aren’t your typical lawyers. Our attorneys leverage their experience in areas of concentration with insight, creativity and an understanding of human emotion. We know that the first impulse isn’t necessarily the best resolution in the long run. With your best interest in mind, we reflect on your needs and fervently champion your cause.

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