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James M. Foerst, Esq. has joined the Million Dollar Advocates Forum, one of the most prestigious groups of trial lawyers in the Country. Only 1% of attorneys in the United States are members. Membership is limited to attorneys who have won multi-million dollar settlements.

New Jersey Super Lawyers – James M. Foerst, Esq. has been selected as a New Jersey Super Lawyer for eight consecutive years (2011-2018) and was ranked in the Top 100 New Jersey Lawyers in 2014 and 2013. He was also a “Rising Star” in 2010 in the area of Plaintiff’s Personal Injury Litigation. Selection methodology.*

When the New Jersey State Supreme Court designates attorneys as “Certified Trial Attorneys”, it means that such attorneys have attained a level of experience and skill at trial, and that they are proficient at pursuing litigation through trial. The Supreme Court designates lawyers as “Certified” only when they’ve met those high standards and criteria mandated by the Court.

Spector Foerst and Associates wins multimillion dollar settlement for burn victim. “Suit Over Worker Injuries, Death From Electrocution Settles for $8 Million.Cifelli v. A&P.

Spector Foerst and Associates wins $783,800 settlement for a Death by Automobile Accident. Voitila v. Chesler.

The National Trial Lawyers has selected James M. Foerst, Esq., for inclusion in the “Top 40 under 40″ trial lawyers in New Jersey of 2012. The National Trial Lawyers Top 40 Under 40 is a professional organization comprised of America’s top young trial attorneys. Membership into this organization involves a comprehensive selection process that includes peer nominations and third-party research. Those lawyers selected have excelled in the court room, possess superior qualifications, and have displayed leadership as young trial lawyers.

James M. Foerst, Esq. named Barrister of the Richard J. Hughes American Inns of Court. American Inns of Court (AIC) are designed to improve the skills, professionalism and ethics of the bench and bar. An American Inn of Court is an amalgam of judges, lawyers, and in some cases, law professors and law students.

Foerst teaching part-time at Seton Hall Law. Town Councilman James Foerst will be taking on the additional role of an adjunct professor at Seton Hall Law School in Newark. A partner in the law firm of Spector Foerst & Associates in Millburn, Foerst was ask by a law school administrator to teach a class called Zoning, Planning and Land Use Policy. “It’s exciting, definitely exciting,” Foerst said in an interview. “It’s definitely a new endeavor for me.”

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