Justin is an associate in the Litigation and Immigration practice groups. He assists businesses, institutions and individuals in identifying and managing litigation risk, resolving disputes and achieving their objectives. Justin has a thorough understanding of the litigation process and is able to successfully navigate challenges on behalf of his clients.
Justin maintains a broad general commercial litigation practice where he assists clients with contractual disputes and collection matters. He has considerable experience representing shareholders in a variety of business divorce matters across many different industries. Justin recognizes that every case presents a unique set of facts and circumstances. He also works on behalf of his clients in litigation involving non-compete agreements.
Real Estate Litigation
Justin represents design professionals (including architects and engineers), builders, contractors and subcontractors in contract disputes, tax assessment appeals and land use appeals. He also represents landlords in both commercial and residential real estate litigation.
Justin assists trust companies, banks and individuals with guardianships and disputes involving wills, powers of attorney and estate administration.
Justin regularly helps employers and their employees who are skilled and highly trained in healthcare and the sciences with their immigration needs. He advises clients in the healthcare, engineering, and other industries with employment-based immigration needs including the filing of H-1B, L and various other visas.
Justin received his J.D. from Drexel University School of Law. While at Drexel, he was an ERISA National Institute Scholarship recipient and participated in pro bono work with the VITA Tax Clinic. He also testified before the Department of Labor on a proposal for employee benefit reform. Justin received his Bachelor of Science from Eastern University, summa cum laude.
He has notable experience as a law clerk for the Delaware Attorney General’s Office where he assisted in securing a landmark settlement in a case with the mortgage financing industry. During law school, Justin clerked with the Honorable Judge Thomas H. Kelley, VI and was a Summer Associate at Barley Snyder. While at Eastern University, he co-founded a textbook retail and distribution business.