Richard J. Mirra

Of Counsel, New Brunswick
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Experience

Richard J. Mirra, of counsel to the firm, joined Hoagland Longo in June 2009. His areas of practice include tort/personal injury defense, insurance defense, products liability, miscellaneous general practice, corporate and commercial. Richard is also skilled in the appeals process having written numerous appellate briefs for the courts.

Richard authored several articles, including:

“Driver Discipline – Application of the Subsequent Remedial Measures Doctrine” appeared in For the Defense (February 2006) Defense Research Institute (DRI);  (Co-authored with Robert M. Hanlon, Jr.)

“Spoliation of Evidence: A Compendium of State and Federal Law” (Second Circuit) published by DRI (Co-authored with Robert M. Hanlon, Jr.).

"Equipment Manufacturers' Liability for Injuries Caused by Replacement Component Parts: Elbert Hughes vs. Goulds" published by For the Defense (Winter 2014), New Jersey Defense Association newsletter; (Co-authored with Steven Satz).

 “One More Time:  Another Take on the National Scene of the ‘Bare Metal Defense’ in Asbestos Litigation” published by DRI Toxic Torts newsletter, Vol. 8, Iss. 3; (Co-authored with Steven Satz).

He was accepted into Mensa, the High I.Q. Society, and is a past member of the New Jersey Bar Association.   

Affiliations

  • MENSA, Former Member

Awards

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