Website Designed for Litigators Who Are Always Prepared for Court


The trial lawyers of Ekblom & Partners, LLP are always prepared for the courtroom. Billed primarily as a defense litigation and healthcare law firm, they are a boutique practice in the truest sense. 

Founding partner Neil H. Ekblom built his practice with a focus on complex healthcare, professional liability and related tort and health law contractual matters. His speaking engagements and publications bear out his expertise in pinpointed niches such as "Basic Fraud and Abuse Avoidance for the Ophthalmologist" and "Informed Consent Makes A Difference In LASIK Litigation."

The firm's full practice certainly stretches more broadly with regard to both dispute resolution and transactional work. Their clients include municipalities, medical centers, hospitals, nursing homes, surgeons and their practices, commercial landlords, and manufacturing companies. They also represent non-healthcare related professionals, officers and directors, and entities in litigation matters requiring medical and healthcare expertise.

The Website

The new website has a striking opening, where an interior office photo doubles as both warm welcome and artful, almost abstract image. The interior page photos are just as beautifully composed and, perchance, symbolic. It's hard to escape seeing the great shots of the firm's attorneys outdoors in their coats as connected to the firm's philosophy that "every new matter is treated as if a verdict may be required" — so they're always ready to head off to court.

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Ekblom & Partners has offices in New York, New Jersey and Florida.

Ekblom & Partners, LLP
850 Third Avenue
21st Floor
New York, NY 10022
Phone: 646-677-6000
Ekblom & Partners, LLP
20 Commerce Drive
Suite 135
Cranford, NJ 07016
Phone: 908-603-6229
Ekblom & Partners, LLP
515 North Flagler Drive
Suite #P-300
West Palm Beach, FL 33401
Phone: 561-370-7387
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