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Mandelbaum Salsburg PC to Become Mandelbaum Barrett PC

Bridging Its Past to Its Future, Historic Law Firm Adds a New Name for the First Time in 42 Years, Recognizes CEO William Barrett’s Contributions and Vision Forward

Roseland-based Mandelbaum Salsburg PC has changed its name to Mandelbaum Barrett PC in a historic move to recognize the contributions of CEO William S. Barrett. The rebrand represents the first time in 42 years that a name has been added. The full-service law firm has changed its name only six times in its 92-year history to reflect a generational or leadership change.

“The legal profession has changed significantly since 1930, when our founding partner, Irving Mandelbaum, began practicing law,” said Barry R. Mandelbaum, chairman of Mandelbaum Barrett, and son of its founder. Mandelbaum continues to chair the firm’s real estate practice in addition to the executive committee.

“Today, we are proudly adding ‘Barrett’ to our name in recognition of the growth and success we have realized under Bill Barrett’s leadership and to celebrate his vision forward for our firm as we continue to adapt to meet the needs of our business and personal clients. Some of our clients are fourth-generation clients of the firm. This rebrand serves as a bridge from our past to our future,” Mandelbaum noted.

“I am humbled by this recognition and excited for what lies ahead for the firm,” said Barrett. “Since being named CEO in 2018, the firm’s revenue has grown year over year, and the firm has expanded its practice offerings to continually keep pace with client needs.”

In recent years, the firm has expanded its dental, veterinary, healthcare and emerging markets groups to name a few, as well as added to its cannabis, elder law and special needs practices. The firm has also continued to strategically grow its attorney count.

“Even as we experience this period of deliberate, purposeful growth to better serve our clients’ needs, we remain laser-focused on maintaining the unique culture and quality of life that has always made our firm such a desirable place to work and practice law at the highest levels. We care about our employees’ well-being as much as we do our clients,” said Barrett. “Testimony to this is the fact that more than 50 of our 170 employees have been with the firm for more than 10 years, and our entire leadership team has been with the firm for more than 20 years.”

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