Mandelbaum Salsburg Marks 85 Years with Reinvention

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New Office, Expanded Practice and New Direction

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The imminent demise of the mid-size law firm, long predicted, has been greatly exaggerated. The law firm of Mandelbaum Salsburg, which is celebrating its 85th anniversary in 2015, has just moved its headquarters from West Orange to 3 Becker Farm Road in Roseland. The new 37,000-square-feet office is 42% larger than the firm’s former space. As it attains a milestone matched by few other law firms – 85 years of practice led by attorneys from the same family – Mandelbaum Salsburg has been busy reinventing itself to address the changing needs of its clients.

Mandelbaum Salsburg now comprises nearly 60 attorneys and has three other New Jersey offices. It has long been recognized for practices including Real Estate and Business Litigation. Over the past few years, however, it has been taking strategic steps to grow its practice in depth and breadth. It has added new practice groups to respond to evolving client needs, like Asset-Based Lending, Environmental, Employment and Intellectual Property, as well as cutting edge practices like Privacy, Cybersecurity & Information Management.

It has also been attracting younger, dynamic attorneys in different practices, like Khizar Sheikh, Edward Albowicz, Lauren Topelsohn, Douglas Eilender and Elizabeth Lai Featherman.

About Mandelbaum Salsburg
Mandelbaum Salsburg was founded in 1930 as a solo practice by Irving Mandelbaum, at Broad and Market Streets in Newark. It is led today by Irving’s son, Chief Executive Officer Barry Mandelbaum, and Bill Barrett, Chief Operating Officer and Chair of the Corporate practice group.

The firm has undergone a re-branding, updating its corporate identity to reflect its practice in the 21st century, while retaining a strong connection to its roots 85 years ago.

Mandelbaum Salsburg is a member of the International Society of Primerus Law Firms.

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