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Mandelbaum Salsburg hires co-chair for two of its practice groups

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Jeffrey M. Rosenthal has joined Mandelbaum Salsburg.
Jeffrey M. Rosenthal has joined Mandelbaum Salsburg. - ()

Roseland-based law firm Mandelbaum Salsburg P.C. announced Friday that Jeffrey M. Rosenthal has joined the firm as co-chair of both the Bankruptcy and Creditors Rights and the Banking and Financial Services practice groups.

Rosenthal will co-chair the practices with Richard Simon and work closely with members Edward Albowicz, Dan Barkin and Stuart Gold.

“Jeffrey is one of the leading attorneys to the financial services industry in the greater New York area, and we’re excited about what he brings to these practices,” Simon said in a statement. “We’ve attracted many of the best and brightest attorneys in the region over the last year and half and have expanded or enhanced a wide range of our services offered in areas such as banking litigation and consumer finance defense, cybersecurity, environmental, and special needs,” Bill Barrett, co-CEO, Mandelbaum Salsburg.  

Prior to Mandelbaum Salsburg, Rosenthal was at Otterbourg P.C. where he was a member in the Banking and Finance and Restructuring and Bankruptcy practices.

“Mandelbaum Salsburg is a great firm with a proven commitment to quality and growth,” Rosenthal said in a statement. “I am extremely impressed with the firm’s ability to integrating practice groups in order to offer clients a full range of legal services in a cost-efficient manner."

The firm also announced that Mohamed H. Nabulsi has been named co-chair of its Healthcare practice group.

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