(DENVILLE, N.J. – August 25, 2020) – Einhorn, Barbarito, Frost & Botwinick, PC is pleased to announce that partner Matheu D. Nunn has been named to the 2020 40 Under 40 list published by NJBIZ. Nunn co-chairs the Firm’s appellate practice group and handles litigation in divorce, adoption, estate, and criminal matters.
As stated by the editors of NJBIZ, the annual list recognizes “the best and the brightest of the Garden State’s next generation of business leaders.” The 2020 honorees were selected by an independent panel of judges following an open nomination process, and an event is scheduled for October 28.
“Mat is extraordinary in that at the young age of 39, he has been counsel of record in more than 50 Appellate Division and/or Supreme Court matters, including seven published, precedent-setting decisions that had a significant impact on family law issues,” said Patricia M. Barbarito, co-managing partner of the firm. “I have found that Mat is uniquely able to look at the facts of a case, and with laser-beam precision, identify issues and develop a sophisticated nuanced argument that is capable of changing the law. Adding to that is his ability to logically and calmly argue a case that can potentially modify existing law. Not only does this make him an extraordinary lawyer, but it makes him a lawyer that is sought after. He is routinely asked to handle some of the firm’s more difficult cases and, on several occasions, has been asked by his colleagues to cross-examine experts in their difficult cases.”
Nunn currently serves as an appointed Board Member of the Spring Street Community Development Corporation (CDC) in Morristown, a not-for-profit organization founded in 2011 whose mission is to improve the quality of life for Morris County families by addressing economic, educational and social needs while preserving the cultural and ethnic diversity of the area. During the pandemic, CDC served more than 300 tons of food to needy residents of Morris County.
Previously, Nunn served on the local government of Morris Township, from 2015-2018. During that time, he served on several committees and as Deputy Mayor. In his role with the Municipality’s finances, Nunn oversaw three consecutive years without any tax increases. He also worked on several recreation projects during that time period, including the refurbishing and opening of pools and a football field in the municipality. Prior to being elected to office, Nunn served as the Municipal Prosecutor of Morris Township and on its Local Ethics Board.
Nunn earned his J.D., with academic honors, from Rutgers School of Law in 2007 and his B.A. from the University of Delaware in 2003. Prior to joining Einhorn Barbarito, Nunn clerked for the Hon. B. Theodore Bozonelis, A.J.S.C. (ret.) and then for the Hon. Jack M. Sabatino, P.J.A.D.
A list of Nunn’s appellate and Supreme Court decisions can be found at his biography on the firm’s website.
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