Firm History

The Ezold Law Firm, P.C. was founded in 1993 by Nancy O’Mara Ezold. It is located in the landmark GSB Building, now known as One Belmont Avenue, at the intersection of City Line Avenue and Belmont Avenue in Bala Cynwyd. Our location provides us with quick access to the Federal Courts in Philadelphia, as well as the courts of Montgomery, Delaware, Chester and Bucks counties.

The Ezold Law Firm, P.C. has a unique perspective on bringing employment claims on behalf of employees. In 1989, the firm founder, Nancy O’Mara Ezold, was the first woman to bring to trial a claim against a law firm for sex discrimination in the denial of partnership (Ezold vs. Wolf, Block, Schorr & Solis-Cohen). Ms. Ezold gained national and international exposure as a result of the case, appearing on 20/20 and other television and radio programs as well as in print media. As a result, the firm is intimately aware of the benefits, costs and risks of litigating  an employment claim. We are able to advise and represent our employment clients with respect to practical actions that can be taken to resolve their claims without bringing a lawsuit, and provide them with strong representation in court when a lawsuit is warranted.

The firm’s decades of employment law experience have positioned us well to provide our business and health law clients with employment law advice, employee training, and proactive management of all employee-related issues. Many of our employment clients return to us to assist them in the startup of their own businesses and to advise them with the legal issues that arise during the operation of their businesses. We understand that small and startup businesses need flexible fee arrangements, a wide range of legal services and attorneys who know their business and their industry. Through our Outside Counsel Program, we have been able to provide a high level of service to our small and startup business clients as well as to our large business clients.

The Ezold Law Firm, P.C.  established its most recent legal specialty in 2010 when it expanded its representation of physicians into a health law practice, representing physician practices and other medical providers and their business associates in matters ranging from health law to regulatory compliance.