Joseph Cerra has been with Forman Holt Eliades Ravin since its inception, and is... more
Joseph Cerra has been with Forman Holt Eliades Ravin since its inception, and is widely known as one of the firm's top litigators. He focuses on complex commercial litigation, cases under the Uniform Commercial Code, Federal WARN Act Litigation, appellate practice and various adversary proceedings under the Bankruptcy Code. Mr. Cerra regularly appears in courts throughout the United States on ... view profile
David R. Spevack, a New Jersey trial lawyer, specializes in Litigation, Employment... more
David R. Spevack, a New Jersey trial lawyer, specializes in Litigation, Employment law, and Workers’ Compensation law. He has successfully argued motions for medical and temporary benefits, won trials, and written successful appeals. He has studied at Oxford University in the United Kingdom, the University of Leiden in the Netherlands and the University of Extremadura in Spain. David R. Spevac... view profile
Joseph R. Donahue is a Certifed Criminal Trial Attorney whose practice is devoted... more
Joseph R. Donahue is a Certifed Criminal Trial Attorney whose practice is devoted almost exclusively to Criminal Defense and DWI/DUI Defense in Northern New Jersey's State, Federal and Municipal Courts. Mr. Donahue is a former Bergen County Assistant Prosecutor where he served as Chief of the Criminal Investigations Squad and Assistant Chief of the Trial Section. Since 1998 he has been practi... view profile
Michael D. Camarinos is a member of the firm's Litigation and Real Estate practice... more
Michael D. Camarinos is a member of the firm's Litigation and Real Estate practice groups. Michael represents clients in litigation involving real estate, business and contract disputes. Michael also maintains a comprehensive real estate practice for the acquisition, sale and management of property, land use and zoning, and real estate development.Prior to joining the firm, Michael served as a... view profile
Bob believes a party should pursue litigation or arbitration only when no other... more
Bob believes a party should pursue litigation or arbitration only when no other acceptable alternative exists and encourages litigants to seek a resolution, through mediation or otherwise, where at all possible.
I am the senior partner of LoFaro Reiser, LLP, a full-service firm serving the legal... more
I am the senior partner of LoFaro Reiser, LLP, a full-service firm serving the legal needs of a diverse clientele, ranging from individuals to Fortune 500 companies. My practice is broad and diverse, with over 20 years of expertise in criminal and DWI defense, business litigation, commercial transactions, contract law, estate litigation and real estate transactions. I am recognized by my clien... view profile
Special Professor of Law, Hofstra University School of Law, teaching "Lawyer... more
Special Professor of Law, Hofstra University School of Law, teaching "Lawyer Malpractice" to advanced law students. Editor, LegalMalpracticeLawReview.com blog (Research, Resources and Expertise in the Law Governing Lawyers). Expert Witness and consultant to law firms and professional liability insurance companies in the areas of legal malpractice, legal ethics, law firm biling practices and a... view profile
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