Two of New Jersey’s top law firms are coming together in a move that will merge Scarinci Hollenbeck with Spector & Ehrenworth.
Scarinci Hollenbeck of Little Falls is integrating with Spector & Ehrenworth, P.C., of Florham Park and as a comingled firm will offer a combined history of more than 65 years of expertise, according to a statement on Tuesday (Oct. 3).
Spector & Ehrenworth has a rich, 30-year history of servicing clients in matters relating to corporate transactions, bankruptcy, real estate and litigation. The merger with Scarinci Hollenbeck and adds intellectual property, entertainment, and tax services among other specialties.
The addition of Spector & Ehrenworth gives Scarinci Hollenbeck’ added breadth in its bankruptcy and litigation practices.
Meet the Principals of Spector & Ehrenworth
Step brothers Brian Spector and Douglas Ehrenworth founded Spector & Ehrenworth in 1993 and since have developed a reputation for providing solutions to the variety of complex problems facing individuals and businesses in an ever-evolving legal landscape.
Drawing on their strong familial bond and combined legal experience of 70+ years, Spector and Ehrenworth built an outstanding and well respected legal practice that spans across industries.
“We are excited to welcome aboard the attorneys of Spector & Ehrenworth,” stated Donald Scarinci, Managing Partner. “Brian and Doug are titans in their practice, having built a firm whose name is synonymous with quality over the years. It is my privilege to now collaborate with them as business partners.”
Meet Brian Spector
With over 40 years of experience as a lawyer serving the business community, Brian Spector offers clients the unique ability to spot the issues, investigate the facts, analyze the law, present all viable options and develop an effective plan for resolution.
Although he specializes in business litigation, bankruptcy and creditor/debtor rights, Spector also has extensive knowledge and expertise in commercial law, corporate law, real estate law and casino regulatory law. In addition, over the last decade, Brian has followed his passion for theater and has become involved in a number of Broadway and Off-Broadway productions and other projects, and is the proud recipient of two Tony Awards®.
Learn About Douglas J. Ehrenworth
Douglas Ehrenworth focuses his practice on all aspects of commercial real estate, corporate and LLC entity formation, structures and governance, commercial transactions, contracts and related litigation. Throughout his 35+ years of practice, Doug has lectured on law firm management and previously served as the Chair of the Law Office Management Committee of the New Jersey State Bar Association. He is a member of the Board of Directors of the Business Law Section of the New Jersey State Bar Association, a member of the Real Property, Trust and Estate Law Section of the New Jersey State Bar Association, a member of the Franchise Law Special Committee of the New Jersey State Bar Association, and an officer of the Morris County Inn of Transactional Counsel.
Learn more about Douglas J. Ehrenworth’s practice
“I couldn’t be more excited for Doug and I to continue our careers at Scarinci Hollenbeck and work with such a highly-regarded team of lawyers and staff,” stated Spector.
“I’m especially looking forward to my expanded ability to service my clients, including friends and colleagues in the Broadway theater community,” he added.
About Scarinci Hollenbeck’s Bankruptcy Practice
Scarinci Hollenbeck’s bankruptcy attorneys are accustomed to dealing with
complex and sophisticated business matters and have many years of experience
handling the myriad of financial issues surrounding bankruptcy and
reorganization, out of court workouts, and state and federal court
litigation over creditors’ and debtors’ rights. Our attorneys’ broad legal and
business knowledge allows them to achieve creative, expeditious, and
cost-effective solutions to our clients’ most challenging issues.