- New Jersey
- United States District Courts: Eastern District of Pennsylvania, Middle District of Pennsylvania
Justin focuses his practice on complex litigation. His experience includes litigating an array of claims involving executive professional liability, general liability, employer liability and coverage. He has experience defending claims involving construction, employment, architects and engineers, real estate professionals, long-term care facilities and other healthcare providers.
Justin carefully considers each client’s specific needs when developing case strategies and when recommending courses of action. He uses this knowledge to litigate strategically and aggressively, but never at the expense of practicality.
In addition to his litigation successes, Justin also has experience representing businesses, music industry professionals and other individuals in a variety of contractual negotiations and transactions.
Justin is a current member of Litchfield Cavo LLP’s COVID-19 Resource Team.
- Successfully argued that a subpoena to a non-party intended to harass and cause embarrassment the defendant rather than develop admissible evidence violates recently amended Federal Rules of Civil Procedure.
- Defended a construction manager in a construction site accident case involving cognitive brain injuries and achieved summary judgment based on the statutory employer defense.
- Defended a condominium association and its board members in a multi-day private arbitration alleging breach of the by-laws and gross negligence in connection with the Board’s actions and spending and achieved a complete defense verdict.
- Defended a home care company against a claim it violated the Pennsylvania Whistleblower Act by terminating an employee who allegedly reported fraudulent billing to Medicare and achieved favorable settlement.
- Defended a long-term care company against a claim of significant personal injuries suffered at its facility and successfully tendered defense to responsible facility management company who assumed the long-term care company’s defense on the eve of trial.
- Defended a hair salon against claims that its employee caused a minor serious scalp burns and achieved favorable settlement.
- Defended a construction manager in a significant personal injury suit and forced subcontractor to assume defense of construction manager by achieving summary judgment in a separate declaratory judgment action against the subcontractor and its insurance carrier.