Eilish M. McLoughlin, Esq.
Eilish M. McLoughlin, Esq. has over ten (10) years of experience in the
practice of law, with a background in both private practice and as in-house
counsel. In private practice, Ms. McLoughlin has worked as an Associate
under a former New Jersey Governor and New Jersey Attorney General.
In the matrimonial arena, Eilish has over seven (7) years of experience
litigating issues including, but not limited to, child support, alimony,
equitable distribution, custody and relocation, emancipation, and modification
and enforcement of support. From the filing of the Complaint for Divorce
through post-judgment issues, Ms. McLoughlin gives each matrimonial matter
the unique attention that it deserves to obtain optimal results for her
clients and their children.
Prior to joining the firm, Eilish worked for seven (7) years as a Senior
Litigation Associate at the Law Offices of Charles Shaw, Esq., focusing
on family law, complex civil litigation, and criminal defense. Ms. McLoughlin
also served two (2) years as Assistant General Counsel in New York for
AIG, Inc., where she negotiated corporate contracts with national retailers,
professional service providers, hotels, and airline companies for the
benefit of over three thousand (3,000) subsidiaries.
Eilish has led a number of victorious appeals to the Appellate Division,
Viking Industrial Security et al. v. Liberty Mutual Ins. Co. et al., wherein Ms. McLoughlin vacated in excess of $2,500,000.00 in judgments
against her clients, and
Fisher v. Allstate Insurance Co., wherein the firm successfully vacated a $19,000,000.00 Judgment against
Ms. McLoughlin is admitted to practice law in New Jersey and New York.
In 2012, Ms. McLoughlin was appointed by the New Jersey Supreme Court
for a three (3) year term as a Member of the Committee on Character.
Eilish attended Rutgers Law School-Newark, graduating in 2004. Ms. McLoughlin
also has a Bachelor of Arts Degree and a Masters in Public Administration
from the University of North Florida, where she was regularly on the honor roll.