Firm News

Einhorn Harris Elevates Three to Counsel

Einhorn, Harris, Ascher, Barbarito & Frost, PC is pleased to announce the promotion of three attorneys to Counsel effective January 1, 2019: Christine M. McCarthy, Matthew S. Rheingold, and Kristi L. Terranova. “It is a pleasure to recognize the achievements of Christine, Matthew and Kristi with their promotions to Counsel,” said Patricia M. Barbarito, Co-Managing

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Time for a Check-up on Social Media Practices

By Timothy J. Ford, Esq. As seen in Provider Magazine, February 2019 Perhaps there is no profession that has been more affected by social media than health care. Long term and post-acute care (LT/PAC) providers often pose these recurring questions: What is social media? Why should our facility use social media? Can the facility restrict

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Einhorn Harris Goes to Co-Managing Partner Model

Patricia M. Barbarito and Gary R. Botwinick quoted As seen in the New Jersey Law Journal, February 1, 2019 “Einhorn, Harris, Ascher, Barbarito & Frost has joined the ranks of law firms using a co-managing partner leadership model, naming tax, trusts and estates practice leader Gary Botwinick to the co-leader role. Leadership is not new

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Timothy Ford mentioned in Skilled Nursing News Article, “PDPM Creates New Litigation Risk for Skilled Nursing, Rehab Providers”

Timothy J. Ford, Esq. As seen on SkilledNursingNews.com, January 28, 2019 “After years of facing governmental and legal scrutiny over providing too many rehabilitation hours, both skilled nursing and therapy providers will soon find themselves with the completely opposite risk. As the Patient-Driven Payment Model (PDPM) shifts incentives away from the volume of therapy hours,

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Important Steps to Take if You Believe Your Child has Special Education Needs

By Jennifer Fortunato, Esq. Special Education is governed by Federal and State law which requires public schools to provide children with disabilities a free and appropriate public education that is individually tailored to meet their unique needs, along with sufficient support services to permit that child to benefit educationally from that instruction. If your child

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Jhanice Domingo to present for the NJ Women Lawyers Association and Minority Student Program of Rutgers Law School

Family Law Partner, Jhanice V. Domingo will present on a panel for the New Jersey Women Lawyers Association Diversity Committee and the Minority Student Program of Rutgers Law School on Thursday, February 14th at Rutgers Law School.  Jhanice will join other panelists to present on the Intersectionality, Bias and the Practice of Law. Click here

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Timothy Ford mentioned in SHRM article, “Google and the Gig Workers: What Other Employers Can Learn”

Timothy J. Ford quoted As seen in Society for Human Resources (SHRM) Resources and Tools “In December, Google’s temporary, vendor and contract workers (TVCs) rose up to demand benefits and communication equal to what Google’s regular staff members receive.”… “The concerns are compelling, but there are fundamental differences between contractors and full-time staff.  Employers can’t

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