of Law Office of Thomas R Ashley, Esq. is familiar to sources as a "phenomenal trial lawyer"
who has notched up a number of criminal defense successes of late. White-collar practitioner Edward Dauber
of Greenberg Dauber Epstein & Tucker handles a mixture of tax fraud, Ponzi and ethics investigations. Sources outline him as an attorney who is "constructive and pleasant to work with." Dennis Drasco
of Lum, Drasco & Positan, LLC heads a team of litigators and is renowned for having captured the "utmost respect of both the Bar and the bench."
He has recently been inducted into the American College of Trial Lawyers and its international equivalent, and taken a close role in construction, breach of contract and predatory lending disputes. "Smart, practical and thoughtful" Thomas Quinn
of Wilson, Elser, Moskowitz, Edelman & Dicker LLP represents insurance carriers in coverage disputes, and is commended for his "sensible approach to resolving cases." Laurence Orloff
of Orloff, Lowenbach, Stifelman & Siegel is deemed a "tactical attorney with an eye for fine detail,"
interviewees claim. In addition to arbitration and appeal proceedings, he is called on to provide accurate guidance in malpractice, fiduciary and banking litigation. Thomas Curtin
of Graham Curtin generates positive reviews as an "eloquent spokesman for his clients"
and for his "tenacious courtroom style."
He has a long-standing presence in the state and is regularly involved in a broad range of disputes. Former federal judge Stephen Orlofsky
of Blank Rome LLP offers a wealth of experience in arbitration proceedings and litigation of class action lawsuits. "He manages to combine a masterful presence in the courtroom with a talented, scholarly outlook,"
sources say. Kevin Marino
of Marino, Tortorella & Boyle PC provides "an aggressive, impassioned defense"
of his clients during white-collar criminal investigations. His powerful presentation skills have made him a firm favorite with both individuals and corporations. Robert Priestley
of Mendes & Mount LLP acts in insurance coverage disputes and is admired by peers and the bench alike. Kenneth Rothschild
of Golden, Rothschild, Spagnola, Lundell, Levitt & Boylan is a well-informed attorney who "peers can bounce ideas off when faced with complex insurance cases,"
say sources. James Tyrrell
of Patton Boggs LLP is a sensible choice for "protracted, complex litigation"
covering toxic torts and products liability concerns. Carl Poplar
of Carl D Poplar, P.A., Attorneys at Law stands out as a white-collar criminal defense practitioner with a solid footprint in the south of the state. He is known for his "independent thinking"
and has appeared in an assortment of fraud and criminal cases. Alan Zegas
of Law Offices of Alan L. Zegas adds "brilliant writing and research skills"
to corruption, appellate and other white-collar investigations, with one source noting that "he has the ideal brain to bring into a difficult case." Gregory Haworth
of Duane Morris LLP "knows how to engage the attention of a courtroom,"
commentators note. He has a strong line in lender and securities-related litigation and has provided representation to some of the country's leading financial institutions. John Kearney
of Ballard Spahr LLP is developing the talents of a team with a notable profile in southern New Jersey, with his practice spanning class actions, industrial accidents and breach of contract claims. "Effective, meticulous and well prepared" J. Barry Cocoziello
of Podvey, Sachs, Meanor, Catenacci, Hildner & Cocoziello & Chattman PC litigates a varied array of concerns spanning stockholder, estates and complex business matters. His ability to take cases to trial is considered by the market to be a key asset. Robert Feinberg
of Giordano Halleran & Ciesla PC impresses by "making himself available at the drop of a hat"
to keep clients updated with pressing issues. Feedback also concludes that he "ensures that everything is done on a strictly cost-efficient basis."
He covers a selection of concerns that span stockholder, breach of contract and settlement disputes. Raymond Fleming
of Sachs, Maitlin, Fleming & Greene has a long track record in resolving cases on behalf of hospitals and physicians. Andrew Bunn
of DLA Piper LLP (US) is "an excellent trial lawyer, a thinker and a keen strategist."
He has handled numerous class action proceedings, including recent claims against Verizon Wireless. Former Dechert attorney Diane Sullivan
, who now plies her trade with Weil, Gotshal & Manges LLP, is "a hard-hitting and scrupulous litigator"
who will leave "absolutely no stone unturned in battling over high-level cases."
Interviewees add that she is "undoubtedly first class"
for mass tort or products liability disputes.