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Eichen Crutchlow Zaslow & McElroy, LLP publishes press releases to announce significant verdicts and settlements. We also include here any awards or noteworthy mentions of our practice in news or law publications. To subscribe to our email newsletter, please email Angela McKillop at amckillop@eichencrutchlow.com.

 

ECZM Partners Discuss the Opioid Addiction Epidemic in NJ


Eichen Crutchlow Zaslow & McElroy Partners, Barry Eichen and Daryl Zaslow, discuss the opioid addiction epidemic in New Jersey and the need to hold accountable physicians who over-prescribe along with pharmaceutical companies that over-promote.  View segments from the Town Hall forum here.


Attorneys Barry Eichen and Daryl Zaslow Discuss the Need for Accountability of the Pharma Industry and Physicians who Over-Prescribe Opioids


 

Eichen Crutchlow Zaslow & McElroy partners Barry R. Eichen and Daryl L. Zaslow will be appearing on Princeton TV discussing the opioid epidemic in New Jersey as well as the need for accountability of the pharmaceutical industry and physicians who over-prescribe opioids. The program will appear on Tuesdays at 6:30 pm and Saturday mornings at 6:30 am. Princeton TV can be viewed on Comcast Channel 30 in Princeton. In other surrounding areas, Princeton TV can be seen on Verizon FiOS Channel 45. Click here to view the broadcasts online.

We encourage you to share the program information with as many people who you think may benefit from it.


ECZM Partners Appear on “Jersey Matters Town Hall: The Heroin Crisis”


The heroin and opioid crisis has reached epidemic proportions and is a risk to everyone within every socioeconomic class. Partners, Barry R. Eichen and Daryl L. Zaslow, were honored to participate in the television presentation “Jersey Matters Town Hall: The Heroin Crisis” which you may watch by clicking on this link.

Although Mr. Eichen’s and Mr. Zaslow’s appearance starts at approximately 48 minutes of the program, we strongly recommend you watch the entire show as none of us are immune from the horror that heroin addiction causes. Please share the link with as many people who you think may benefit from it.


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