Nicole brings valuable experience as a Hudson County assistant prosecutor to her... more
Nicole brings valuable experience as a Hudson County assistant prosecutor to her litigation practice. Her practice focuses on representing clients in appeals and insurance defense, with an emphasis on Forthright Arbitration Forum personal injury protection (PIP) arbitrations. As an assistant prosecutor, Nicole successfully argued matters before the New Jersey Appellate Division involving exce... view profile
Mr. Hernandez focuses his practice on antitrust litigation, counseling and... more
Mr. Hernandez focuses his practice on antitrust litigation, counseling and compliance, as well as complex commercial litigation. His antitrust law experience extends to matters involving price-fixing, tying, exclusive dealing, product distribution (e.g., resale price maintenance policies, drafting and enforcement of distribution agreements, and other vertical restraints), franchising, monopol... view profile
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