EKBLOM & PARTNERS, LLP is a litigation boutique that zealously advocates on behalf of client businesses and professionals. Our practice is focused on representing clients in industries and professions that require medical and technical knowledge with experienced state and federal discovery and trial litigation skills. Our clients include public corporations, medical centers, hospitals, surgeons, ambulatory centers, sports venues, directors and officers, commercial landlords, product manufacturers, distributers, software developers and other industries typically targeted by plaintiffs' attorneys.
We believe the quality of a law firm’s personnel is its greatest resource. Founder and Partner Neil H. Ekblom has been trying cases to verdict since 1986. His partners have combined litigation experience of over 75 years. Mr. Ekblom and his partners have represented a wide variety of client industries, obtaining and providing experience and knowledge in litigation techniques and tactics. The firm maintains offices in three states: New York, New Jersey and Florida.
A significant percentage of our clients require their cases be taken to verdict and therefore every new matter is treated as if a verdict may be required. Our attorneys and staff are experienced in early investigation as well as persistent discovery and motion techniques designed to place clients in the best position for dispositive motions or trial. When trial is required, our team approach places tremendous experience and resources in getting the optimal result.
The common thread in all representations is the need to know the client’s business and thereby more effectively defend the client’s position and judgment. Insightful representation doesn’t occur sitting in an armchair. Our attorneys typically meet our clients in their offices or professions in order to obtain early and frank assessment for client-attorney strategy consultation. We listen to our clients and work with them closely to manage their defense.
Client collaboration and communication is essential given legal costs and high stakes outcomes. While strategies are chosen to suit the client, frequently the strategy chosen coincides with firm’s strength in trial practice.