Practice Areas

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Eisner Law provides clients with a range of personalized legal services designed to help you save money and meet your needs based on the situation. We specialize in the following types of practices areas.

Business Law

Eisner Law focuses its business practice on closely-held companies, family owned businesses, and franchises. Our clients rely upon us to be creative in order to provide practical solutions to a wide array of issues, from resolving disputes to structuring complicated transactions. Our advice to clients include how to establish themselves as well as issues that arise through the entire business cycle. Learn more…

Health Care Law

Given the current political climate, it should come as no surprise that the health care field is unique. We have represented numerous health care providers, including hospitals, physician practices, and physicians. Learn more…

Estate Planning and Administration

Eisner Law provides what we call “global estate planning.” We analyze all assets and liabilities of our clients and provide planning advice to ensure our clients live the lives that they deserve, while passing their legacies onto their loved ones, all while attempting to minimize the adverse tax consequences. In addition to the analysis, we prepare the documents necessary to fulfill your wishes, including powers of attorney, trusts, living wills, and wills. Learn more…

Alternative Dispute Resolution

We all know that litigation is expensive, time consuming, and exhausting for the parties involved. For these reasons, techniques for alternative dispute resolution have been gaining acceptance over the past decade. This growing acceptance is evidenced by the required arbitration hearing that occurs for all disputes under $25,000 in the Allegheny County, Pennsylvania Court of Common Pleas, as well as the mandatory alternative dispute resolution stage for all civil cases filed in the United States District Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania. Learn more…