Joseph Palombit is an associate in the firm’s Transactional Department. A skilled litigator, Joe delivers strategic legal counsel and effective resolutions to clients involved in chancery litigation, trusts and estates litigation, municipal litigation, and commercial litigation.
With respect to his chancery litigation practice, Joe develops winning litigation strategies to safeguard clients' interests in various disputes, including business conflicts, contract matters, and fiduciary issues. Drawing on his extensive experience in trusts and estates litigation, Joe provides exceptional representation to beneficiaries, trustees, executors, and other interested parties. His understanding of estate administration laws and ability to navigate complex family dynamics make him a trusted advisor in resolving probate matters.
Well versed in commercial litigation, Joe handles intricate business disputes and breach of contract cases. His strategic thinking and persuasive advocacy protect clients' rights and resolve complex commercial conflicts.
Joe prides himself on his client-centric approach. He takes the time to understand clients' objectives and tailor effective legal strategies accordingly. Clients value his responsiveness, professionalism, and dedication to achieving optimal results.
Prior to joining the firm, Joe honed his legal skills as the first judicial law clerk to the Honorable John D. O’Dwyer, J.S.C. This invaluable experience provided him with unique insights into the judicial system, enhancing his ability to navigate complex legal procedures with precision. Joe earned his J.D. from Rutgers School of Law – Newark. In 2023, he was appointed to the East Brunswick Township Library Board of Trustees.