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|NY||Due to reregister within 30 days of birthday||2010||07/10/2016|
|Award name||Grantor||Date granted|
|Rising Star||New Jersey Super Lawyer||2015|
|Rising Star||Pennsylvania Super Lawyers||2014|
|Rising Star||Pennsylvania Super Lawyers||2013|
|Delaware Business Court Insider||Chancery Court Upholds Dismissal of Derivative Action||2015|
|Delaware Business Court Insider||Delaware Supreme Court Affirms Chancery Dismissal of Derivative Action||2015|
|Delaware State Bar Association Bar Journal||Highlights from the Delaware Courts||2015|
|Delaware Business Court Insider||Delaware Chancery Court Finds Asset Sale Constitutes Unique Property||2014|
|National Business Institute Seminar||Developments in Attorney Charging Liens - CLE Presentation||2014|
|Delaware Business Court Insider||What to Know About Appealing an Arbitration Award||2014|
|Delaware Business Court Insider||Warning: Disregarding Obligations to the Court and Relying on Representations of Co-Defendant's Counsel May Lead to Irreversible Consequences||2014|
|Delaware Business Court Insider||Expert Refusal to Testify May Warrant Use of Former Testimony||2014|
|National Business Institute Seminar||Developments in Attorney Charging Liens - CLE Presentation||2013|
|NBI CLE Blog||Attorney Liens Update: Significant Changes in New Jersey||2013|
|Portfolio Media (Law360)||New Year Brings New Rules to Del. Trial Practice||2013|
|Metropolitan Corporate Counsel||The Multiple Personalities of Pennsylvania Product Liability Law||2012|
|Delaware Business Court Insider||Chancery Addresses Applicability of Common-Interest Doctrine in CrossFit Case||2012|
|National Business Institute Seminar||Developments in Attorney Charging Liens - CLE Presentation||2012|
|National Business Institute||Attorney Charging Liens in Delaware||2012|
|National Business Institute CLE Blog||Proving Asbestos Exposure History||2012|
|National Business Institute Seminar||Asbestos: Current Issues and Effective Litigation Tactics - CLE Presentation||2011|
|Temple University - James E. Beasley School of Law||Law||JD - Juris Doctor||2004|
|Princeton University||Politics||BA - Bachelor of Arts||2001|
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He was wonderful to work with. I had misconceptions about lawyers and he proved it wrong. He went above and beyond my expectations. I worked with him to have my employment agreement reviewed and he went out of the way to speak to the other party himself and rewrote part of the agreement so that I could have it the my way.He gave me wonderful advice throughout the whole process. Always looking out for my best interest. He was always avaliable and always answered emails and texts promptly. He was very very profession and super nice. I will difintely work him again.
Posted by anonymous
Mr. Garibian recently assisted me with a problem I was having regarding the questionable practices of someone that I hired. He was extremely easy to talk with (and I've talked to a few lawyers over the years) and made me feel completely at ease. He reviewed my position, summed it up and gave me possible options and outcomes. He was very fair and gave me a very good feeling. Most importantly, he acted very ethically and compassionately towards me and my situation and actually LISTENED. If the current situation I am in warrants legal representation, then I will not hesitate to engage Mr. Garibian's services.
Jared Levine, Brain injury Attorney
Relationship: Opposing Counsel on matter
Trig is a dedicated attorney who knows how to effectively handle a case in litigation. He truly cares about his clients and zealously represents their interests in Court. He knows how to properly evaluate a case and takes the time and energy needed to be successful.