Brach Eichler promotes seven attorneys to member

Brach Eichler LLC promoted seven of its attorneys to member effective Jan. 1. The Roseland-based law firm said the completion of 2022 marked another banner year for it — including completing a newly expanded office and the installation of two Brach Eichler signs (one facing Eisenhower Parkway and the other facing Interstate 280) — and this promotional class is a reflection of those accomplishments.

“Brach Eichler is excited for the firm and elated by the contributions of our newly promoted attorneys from a wide range of practices across the firm,” Managing Member John Fanburg said.

Promotions to Member are as follows:

  • Alex Capozzi is a certified civil trial attorney. He has extensive experience litigating cases involving personal injuries and complex civil claims in both New York and New Jersey. Capozzi has personally obtained multimillion-dollar jury verdicts on behalf of injured victims. He is believed to be one of the youngest attorneys in history to obtain a multimillion-dollar jury verdict at trial.
  • Shannon Carroll focuses on health care litigation, complex commercial litigation, compliance and health care fraud. She has experience in all aspects of litigation, from the client intake process through trial.
  • Jonathan Davis is a transactional attorney concentrating in commercial real estate. His practice includes all aspects of commercial leasing, including office, retail, warehouse, industrial and ground leases. Davis also works closely with the firm’s Health Care department on medical office and surgery center leases.
  • Jeff Itzkowitz’s practice is primarily focused on commercial and corporate real estate transactions, including leasing, sales, acquisitions and all types of financing.
  • Eric Magnelli concentrates his practice on labor and employment matters and a broad range of complex commercial litigation, construction disputes and contract interpretation. He counsels, investigates and litigates a wide range of labor and employment matters such as discrimination, harassment, whistleblowing, discipline and discharge, layoffs, collective bargaining agreements, reasonable accommodations, compliance with state and federal family and medical leave laws, applicable wage and hour laws, ERISA and OSHA regulations, and also conducts training in these areas for executives, directors, managers, supervisors and employees.
  • Caroline Patterson concentrates her practice on the representation of health care providers and other business organizations in a wide variety of transactional and corporate matters, including acquisitions and sales, mergers, strategic partnerships, private equity investments, HIPAA compliance, ownership and compensation arrangements, and employment negotiations.
  • Jay Sabin is in the firm’s Labor and Employment practice and heads the firm’s Transportation practice. Sabin provides strategic counsel to clients on workplace issues such as benefit plan design and administration, executive compensation and nonqualified deferred compensation plans, discrimination, internal investigations, whistleblowing, discipline and discharge, reductions in force, collective bargaining, reasonable accommodations, leaves of absence and wage and hour compliance. Sabin also advises on FMCSA safety compliance and workplace drug testing.