Tim Ford is featured in an Inc. Magazine article, “Getting Beyond the Minimum Wage Debate” by reporter Diana Ransom about the Biden Administration’s interest in raising the federal minimum wage to $15 by 2025. Tim explains that businesses dealing with higher labor costs can utilize many of the same strategies that got them through the pandemic. Analyze your costs […]
Settlements & Verdicts
$175,000 Settlement For Injuries Sustained From Slip And Fall On Ice February 10, 2021 | Results may vary depending on your particular facts and legal circumstances.
Plaintiff was forty-eight (48) years of age at the time of this accident and a tenant of a condominium complex. On a winter day, Plaintiff slipped and fell on ice created from a downspout which caused melting snow/water runoff from the roofs to accumulate on a concrete paver pedestrian sidewalk […]
News , Press
Patricia M. Barbarito Comments on Public Scrutiny of CEO Misconduct February 9, 2021 | Results may vary depending on your particular facts and legal circumstances.
In a recent Forbes article, “How Companies Are Trying To Discourage And Detect Misconduct By Executives,” contributor Edward Segal explains that, “depending on the nature of the misconduct, a company’s image, reputation, bottom line, and relations with stakeholders can be at risk.” Patricia M. Barbarito, who represents CEOs in executive […]
Announcements , News
Einhorn Lawyers Win Precedent-Setting Case in Appellate Division February 5, 2021 | Results may vary depending on your particular facts and legal circumstances.
On January 29, 2021, Einhorn Barbarito attorneys Christine M. McCarthy, Matheu D. Nunn and Christopher L. Musmanno secured a precedent-setting appellate victory for a client who was gravely injured after being struck by a snowplow truck owned by the Township of Sparta. The decision, Lapsley v. Twp. of Sparta, ___ […]