Matheu D. Nunn Selected to New Jersey Law Journal’s “2015 New Leaders of the Bar”

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Matheu D. Nunn, Esq.

Matheu D. Nunn, Esq.

Einhorn, Harris, Ascher, Barbarito & Frost, PC is pleased to announce that Matheu D. Nunn, Esq. has been selected for inclusion in the “2015 New Leaders of the Bar” list published annually by the New Jersey Law Journal.

As an Associate with the Firm, Mr. Nunn focuses his practice on matrimonial, appellate and criminal matters. He has been counsel of record in over 30 matters (including pending matters) before the Appellate Division or the Supreme Court of New Jersey. For example, Nunn was counsel in Clark v. Clark, in which the Appellate Division expanded the “narrow band” of “marital fault” cases to “egregious” financial “defalcations” of one spouse toward another during marriage and holding that where such egregious conduct exists, a spouse otherwise entitled to alimony may forgo that right based on his or her egregious conduct. In Quinn v. Quinn, Nunn represented the party whose petition was granted by the state Supreme Court regarding, among other things, enforceability of marital agreements that terminate alimony based on cohabitation where the cohabitation ceases.

According to the New Jersey Law Journal, “The 50 lawyers profiled represent a new wave of leadership in the New Jersey legal profession. The basic criteria for selection of these standout lawyers are that they have developed practice niches, amassed strong books of business, demonstrated leadership qualities, shown expertise in litigation or transactional work and committed themselves to pro-bono, charitable and professional volunteer work. Diversity was also a factor, as we believe an accurate snapshot of the future of New Jersey lawyers must reflect the bar as a whole.”