With a forward-thinking approach, practical solutions and emphasis on
growth, Brach Eichler continues to expand its key practice areas. In addition
to its New Jersey and New York City offices, the group recently opened a
location in Florida.
“Our firm, which features a breadth of talent and depth of experience,
is built on professional relationships,” says John D. Fanburg, managing
member and chair of the heath care practice. “Our entire staff is ready to
respond to the growing challenges confronting our clients.”
With the largest number of attorneys focused on health care of any New
Jersey law firm, Brach Eichler represents physicians, hospitals, nursing
homes, ambulatory surgery centers and home health agencies statewide
and regionally. Clients also include specialty organizations, such as the
Radiological Society of New Jersey and the New Jersey Association of
Ambulatory Surgery Centers.
The real estate practice represents New Jersey’s industry leaders, includ-
ing many of the largest developers, apartment owners and investors. The
active real estate tax appeal group filed more than 1,300 appeals last year
on behalf of owners and investors seeking to reduce their exposure.
The firm’s tax, trusts and estates practice provides state-of-the-art planning for individuals and their families, as well as estate/trust administration.
Brach Eichler’s litigation practice advises clients on avoiding or minimizing
liabilities in personal, professional and business activities, as well as resolving legal problems efficiently and cost-effectively.
The business and finance practice represents and counsels businesses
from small, family-owned operations to large, private corporations in a
variety of industries. The group covers all aspects of business transactions,
including asset and stock acquisitions, debt and equity offerings, real estate
development, lease financings, commercial leasing, and entity formations
Brach Eichler, LLC
101 Eisenhower Parkway, Roseland, New Jersey 07068
973-228-5700 • bracheichler.com
From left to right Charles X. Gormally, Stuart M. Gladstone, Alan R. Hammer, John D. Fanburg and Mark Manigan.