Brach Eichler adds corporate health care transactional, technology attorney in Roseland amid ongoing expansion

Law firm enhances corporate and health care practices with the addition of Joseph Ferino

The law firm of Brach Eichler LLC on Friday announced it recently welcomed Joseph Ferino as a member in the firm’s national Corporate Practice Group.

Ferino brings a combined breadth of experience in corporate, finance and technology transactions across the health care industry. He will be based in the firm’s Roseland office.

Ferino’s practice focuses on advising emerging growth companies in the technology and health care industries, as well as the investors that support and acquire these companies. Representing companies from startups to long-established businesses, Ferino has represented numerous clients in corporate finance transactions, including equity and debt financings and a myriad of other corporate and commercial matters.

“Work around emerging technologies and data has been on a remarkable upward trajectory, most notably in the health care industry,” Ferino said. “I was seeking a national platform that could support the growth of my practice while also offering the resources and connections to take our client servicing capabilities to another level, and Brach Eichler is the best firm to provide that.”

Ferino is a leading voice in the venture capital ecosystem, guiding entrepreneurs and investors on disruptive technologies and business strategies. He frequently presents on emerging topics and has also served as an adjunct professor on the subject of high-growth corporate transactions at Cornell Law School. Ferino’s practice includes mergers & acquisitions, private equity transactions, venture capital, corporate governance issues and securities law matters. With a specific focus on assisting health care companies, he has counseled companies in transactions across the manufacturing, restaurant and advisory industries, among many others.

“Joseph Ferino brings a passion for supporting companies at critical junctures around structuring their business, transacting deals and developing and securing company assets. We could not be more enthusiastic about joining forces with Mr. Ferino. From the outset of our discussions, we quickly realized that we share complementary practice and industry strengths and a collaborative culture that focuses on providing exceptional client service,” John Fanburg, Brach Eichler managing member, said. “We are confident this move will accelerate our growth and lead to long-term, sustained success.”

“Given our strength in representing health care providers and executives throughout New Jersey, in both transactional and litigation matters, Ferino provides an excellent complement to our firm with a skillset enhancing our ability to deliver excellent results to our clients, ” Keith Roberts, chair of Brach Eichler’s Litigation Department, said.