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James N. Faller

James N. Faller

Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey

phone (201) 569-5959
fax (201) 871-4544
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James N. Faller focuses his practice on commercial and general litigation, as well as matrimonial matters. He received his undergraduate degree from New York University, and his J.D. from Rutgers School of Law-Newark. Prior to joining the firm, James interned with the Municipal Prosecutor´s Office for the City of Newark, and with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. He is admitted to practice law in the State of New Jersey, and he has passed the New York State Bar Exam, with bar admission pending.

Areas of Practice:
Civil Litigation
Personal Injury

Bar Admissions:
New Jersey
New York pending

New York University - B.A., History and Politics, 2006
Honors: Cum Laude
Rutgers School of Law-Newark - J.D., 2013
Honors: Dean´s Merit Scholarship recipient


560 Sylvan Avenue
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Englewood Cliffs, NJ
P: 201 569-5959
F: 201 871-4544
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Recent Newsletters & Articles

Spring 2016 (Vol. X, No. 1)
Fall 2015 (Vol. XI, No. 1)
Summer 2015 (Vol. X, No. 1)
Winter 2014 (Vol. IX, No. 2)
Autumn 2013 (Vol. IX, No. 1)

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