Brach Eichler promotes 10 attorneys; firm welcomes 4 lawyers to membership

Roseland-based Brach Eichler LLC, a full-service law firm, announced the promotion of four attorneys to member and six attorneys to counsel, effective April 1. The completion of 2023 marks another banner year for the firm and this promotional class is a reflection of those accomplishments.

“I am thrilled to welcome this incredibly talented group of lawyers to membership and counsel,” John Fanburg, Brach Eichler managing member, said. “Our firm is committed, first and foremost, to building trusted personal relationships with our clients, and these attorneys exemplify that core philosophy. As experienced practitioners, they have consistently delivered exceptional results for their clients while regularly offering thoughtful leadership within their respective fields. We are so pleased to recognize their tremendous achievements and contributions, and we look forward to their continued success at Brach Eichler.”

Promotions to member are as follows:

  • Corey Dietz is a trial lawyer focusing on personal injury. He has worked hard to achieve multiple six- and seven-figure settlements for his clients in addition to handling all other aspects of trial work. He has extensive experience litigating cases involving personal injuries and complex civil claims in both New Jersey and Pennsylvania.
  • Anthony Juliano is an experienced trial attorney with a broad civil litigation practice. Juliano also represents both individual and corporate plaintiffs and defendants in matters involving health care litigation, commercial litigation and general litigation. Juliano’s practice also includes litigating business disputes and defending claims related to the New Jersey Consumer Fraud Act. Juliano has successfully represented clients in business tort, contract, restrictive covenant, defamation, consumer fraud and professional negligence lawsuits.
  • David Ritter Jr. focuses on estate planning, estate administration, corporate organization, corporate transactions, commercial loans and health care. Ritter is knowledgeable in preparing wills, revocable trusts, living wills, powers of attorney and health care agent designations. Ritter also advises clients with respect to the best type of business entity and can create the entity and prepare the governing documents. Ritter helps clients sell or acquire a business, including advising on the best transaction structure and preparing, reviewing and negotiating all necessary transaction documents.
  • Michael Spizzuco Jr. focuses on assisting clients in the construction, manufacturing and supply-chain management sectors, with an expansive litigation practice encompassing both New Jersey and New York state and federal courts. He represents construction companies of all sizes in various matters, including construction defects, contractual disputes, mechanic/construction lien law claims, warranty claims and public-works project disputes. Spizzuco also reviews and drafts contracts for businesses, project owners, general contractors, subcontractors and suppliers. Additionally, he serves his clients in defending Division of Consumer Affairs investigations.

Promotions to counsel are as follows:

  • Lindsay Cambron concentrates her practice on environmental law. She advises clients on regulatory matters and compliance at local, state and federal levels and has extensive litigation experience, representing clients in cost recovery actions, toxic tort claims and appeals of agency decisions. Cambron counsels environmental and real estate clients on the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liability Act, the Industrial Site Recovery Act, the Site Remediation Reform Act, the New Jersey Spill and Compensation Act as well as other environmental laws and regulations. She handles matters involving wetlands, brownfield redevelopment, vapor intrusion, permitting and compliance.
  • Mark Critchley focuses his practice on assisting business and individual clients in contractual and commercial disputes. Critchley is an experienced litigator in federal and state courts involving contractual disputes, consumer fraud, shareholder disputes, construction litigation and probate litigation. Prior to joining Brach Eichler, Critchley was a deputy attorney general with the New Jersey Office of the Attorney General, Division of Law, where he led investigations and litigations concerning violations of the New Jersey Consumer Fraud Act, New Jersey False Claims Act and numerous consumer fraud regulations, against a wide variety of companies.
  • Paul DeMartino Jr. is an experienced business litigator representing clients in a broad range of commercial disputes in the health care and real estate industries. DeMartino specializes in health care litigation with an emphasis in representing physicians, medical practices, ambulatory surgery centers and hospital systems navigate through complex business matters often involving contractual and shareholder disputes. DeMartino has firsthand knowledge of the delicate issues that physicians and medical providers encounter daily, from a clinical and regulatory perspective to the interpolitics between practice members, partners, employees and hospital staff. Paul is an experienced advocate for clients involving restrictive covenants, LLC and partnership divorces, business dissolutions, fiduciary litigation, fraud and contractual disputes of all kinds.
  • Cynthia Liba provides legal counsel on health care business transactions and regulatory compliance issues. Liba delivers strategic advice and transactional legal guidance in corporate mergers & acquisitions and regulatory matters. Her clients include physicians and physician groups, specialty practice societies, independent practice associations, hospitals, clinical laboratories, billing companies and other medical professionals.
  • Erika Marshall provides counsel to a broad range of clients in regard to corporate and transactional matters taking place within the complex and highly regulated health care industry. Marshall’s experience on behalf of health care clients encompasses all aspects of the due diligence, drafting and negotiation process related to corporate transactions, mergers & acquisitions, affiliations, strategic transactions, joint ventures and debt and equity financings.
  • Amy Van Fossen has considerable experience in sophisticated estate planning and administration. She assists clients in developing effective estate planning strategies to minimize transfer taxes and is well-versed in employing the full range of estate planning tools, such as wills, revocable trusts, grantor-retained annuity trusts and other vehicles to protect high net worth individuals and multigenerational wealth. Van Fossen also counsels private foundation clients, assisting with tax compliance, operational requirements and other specific charitable entity concerns.