James Moran was one of the original lawyers Certified by the Supreme Court of New Jersey as a Civil Trial Attorney. He has extensive experience in the defense of negligence actions, focusing primarily on large medical malpractice cases, products liability cases, insurance coverage matters and toxic tort legislation. He was involved in the Jackson Township case. He represents several public entities for general liability and police professional liability. He represents one of the major electrical utilities in New Jersey for all types of liability.
- Member, Middlesex County, Essex County, Morris County, New Jersey and American Bar Associations
- Member, New Jersey Trial Lawyers' Association and Middlesex County Trial Lawyers' Association
- Certified by the Supreme Court of New Jersey as a Civil Trial Attorney
- Member, Board of Trustees of the Normandy Beach Improvement Association
- Member and chairman, District VIII New Jersey Fee Arbitration Committee
- Member, TIDA
- Member, New Jersey Truckers' Association
- Member, South Jersey Claims Association
- Member, Board of Trustees of Catholic Charities
- Commodore, Normandy Beach Yacht Club
- Member, Normandy Beach Improvement Association
- Member, Eastern Monmouth County Chamber of Commerce
- Member of Board of Trustees of Our Lady of Mt. Carmel School, Asbury Park, New Jersey
- Trial Bar Award, Trial Attorneys of New Jersey, 2008
- New Jersey Super Lawyers list, 2005-2011
- The Best Lawyers in America list, 2009-2014 and 2016-2017
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