Graham Curtin makes use of the cumulative expertise of its attorneys on a cross-disciplinary basis to address the legal needs of its clients. Below is an overview of our practice areas but please click on an individual practice area for a more in-depth description of what we do.

The Firm’s litigators practice in such diversified disciplines as appellate practice, class actions, construction and surety, employment, intellectual property, products liability, premises liability defense, consumer product warranty and toxic tort defense. The firm has gained particular recognition for its work in the areas of professional liability defense, insurance coverage, products liability defense and consumer product warranty.

Our transaction lawyers counsel clients on corporate finance and securities, business formation, mergers and acquisitions, real estate, land use, taxation and technology, privacy and internet. Whether the client is an individual entrepreneur, a group starting a new venture, an established enterprise undergoing change, a closely held family business, or a publicly traded company, our transaction attorneys leverage their knowledge and experience for our clients.

Within Estates, Trusts and Probate, the firm’s attorneys guide clients in all aspects of estate planning, including the preparation of wills and trusts and other testamentary documents, the administration of estates and trusts and the counseling of beneficiaries, and estate, trusts and probate disputes.

Our Intellectual Property lawyers assist clients in prosecuting patent, trademark, and copyright applications; provide licensing and transactional advice; perform intellectual property audits; and litigate patent, trademark, trade secret, and unfair competition cases through trial and appeal.

Graham Curtin’s family law practice handles matrimonial settlement agreements and all issues as they relate to divorce and child custody. When necessary, we are experienced in handling litigation matters and trials at all levels of the New Jersey court system. The firm’s extensive business law practices are called upon as issues often overlap with other sophisticated practices, including real estate, tax, trusts and estates, insurance, and employment law.