Einbinder & Dunn LLP is committed to providing high-quality, cost-effective solutions for all of its clients’ legal problems. The partners and their experienced staff of associates take a hands-on approach to each matter. The attorneys are responsive and proactive, working only in each client’s best interest to achieve superior results.
Our practice focuses on a range of key areas, including franchise law, commercial litigation, real estate law, business law, fashion law, restaurant law and trusts and estates. This range of highly diverse but interrelated areas of focus represent an array of proficiencies that our firm utilizes to conceive unique, interdisciplinary strategies – the likes of which larger firms lack the versatility to employ – which are finely tuned to the individual needs of each client.
We represent small and medium sized businesses in transactional matters and complex dispute resolution. On the transactional side, we prepare corporate governance documents, acquisition agreements, contracts of all kinds and work on structuring businesses in a way that benefits their stakeholders. In dispute resolution, we represent clients in federal and state courts and in alternative dispute matters (arbitration and mediation). All of our cases tend to involve complex issues.
We at Einbinder & Dunn distinguish ourselves from the competition by pledging consistent partner attention and accessibility to each and every one of our clients.
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