Emanuel S. Fish
Employment Law representing employees, personal injury with a focus on infant and childhood lead poisoning and workers compensation.
Law Secretary to the Honorable Hebert Horn, Superior Court of New Jersey, Chancery Division, 1968-1969. Member, Board of Education, South Orange and Maplewood, 1980-1983. President, Maplewood Unity Club, 1982. Recipient: Maplewood Lions Club Testimonial of Appreciation, 1989 for his voluntary and successful participation with the Maplewood, New Jersey Police Department as a hostage negotiator; Maplewood Department of Police Order of Commendation, Valor Award, 1989; United States House of Representatives Citation, 1989; Speaker: Panel Member, "Lead Liability: Trying the Lead Poisoning Case," Institute of Continuing Education, July 1994 and July 1996; "National Lead Safe Housing and Indoor Environmental Health Conference & Expo," May 16, 2001; "Toxic Tort Law Update Mold, Asbestos & Lead Liability," March 16, 2002. Named "New Jersey Super Lawyer," New Jersey Super Lawyers Magazine, Law and Politics and the Publishers of New Jersey Monthly Magazine, 2005. (Certified by the Supreme Court of New Jersey as a Civil Trial Attorney)
1968, New Jersey; 1968, U.S. District of New Jersey; New York; 2010, U.S. Court of Appeals, Third Circuit.
Rutgers University, College of Arts and Sciences, B.A. with Honors, 1965
George Washington University, J.D., 1968
Essex County, New Jersey State, and American Bar Associations; The Association of Trial Lawyers of America (New Jersey)
Edward F. Szep
Employment Law; Infant and Childhood Lead Poisoning; Personal Injury; Products Liability; Workers Compensation; Social Security Disability; Civil Litigation
Admitted: 1997, New Jersey; 1997 U.S. District Court, District of New Jersey; 2010, U.S. Court of Appeals, Third Circuit
College: Montclair State University, B.S., Cum Laude, 1991
Law School: Seton Hall University Law School, J.D., 1996
Membership: Essex County and New Jersey State Bar Associations; The Association of Lawyers of America; The Honorable James H. Coleman, Jr. Workers' Compensation Inn of Court