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The Dwyer Law Firm, LLC

550 Broad Street, Suite 704
Newark, NJ 07102

Phone: (973) 242-3636 
intake@thedwyerlawfirm.com

The Dwyer Law Firm, LLC serves clients throughout the New Jersey and New York metropolitan area including the cities of Newark, Morristown, Jersey City, Hackensack, Elizabeth, Trenton, Atlantic City, Camden, New Brunswick, Freehold, Toms River, Paterson, Woodbridge, Paramus, East Orange, Plainfield, Princeton, Edison, Clifton, Passaic, Union City, Bayonne, Irvington, Union, Parsippany, Bloomfield, West Orange, Montclair and the counties of Atlantic, Bergen, Camden, Cape May, Cumberland, Essex, Hudson, Mercer, Middlesex, Monmouth, Morris, Ocean, Passaic and Union.

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Media

Sometimes the litigation we engage in attracts media attention, especially if the cases go to trial or are heard on appeal. Examples of some of the articles written about our work include the following:

Articles & Presentations

 

Because of his years of experience and singular focus in representing employees, Andy Dwyer is sometimes asked to write articles or give presentations on topics related to employment litigation. Examples of some of his articles and presentations include the following:

  • "How to Use Jury Selection to Win Your Next Trial," New Jersey National Employment Lawyers Association, January 30, 2013, New Brunswick, New Jersey

  • "Tips on Appellate Oral Argument," New Jersey National Employment Lawyers Association, January 21, 2013, Iselin, New Jersey

  • "Ethical Issues in Employment Litigation," New Jersey National Employment Lawyers Association, October 19, 2012, New Brunswick, New Jersey

  • "Opening Statement and Cross-Examination in Mock Trial," New Jersey Association for Justice, April 26, 2012, Atlantic City, New Jersey

  • "Anatomy of a Complaint," New Jersey National Employment Lawyers Association, October 19, 2011, New Brunswick, New Jersey

  • "Direct and Cross-Examination," New Jersey National Employment Lawyers Association, October 14, 2011, New Brunswick, New Jersey

  • "Discovery – Common Tactics and How to Respond," New Jersey National Employment Lawyers Association, October 8, 2010, New Brunswick, New Jersey

  • "Using Written Discovery in Employment Litigation," New Jersey National Employment Lawyers Association, March 24, 2010, New Brunswick, New Jersey

  • "Attorneys Fees Under the New Jersey Law Against Discrimination," Disability Rights New Jersey, December 3, 2009, Trenton, New Jersey

  • "Defending and Taking Depositions," Joseph & Herzfeld, April 7, 2009, New York, New York

  • "How To Take Depositions," Guest Lecture for Employment Discrimination Class at Rutgers Law School, March 11, 2009, Newark, New Jersey

  • "Presenting Damages at Trial in Employment Cases," New Jersey National Employment Lawyers Association, October 17, 2008, Iselin, New Jersey

  • "Evidence and Objections at Trial," New Jersey Protection & Advocacy, May, 2006, Trenton, New Jersey

  • "Defending Against Summary Judgment Motions," New Jersey National Employment Lawyers Association, April, 2006, Woodbridge, New Jersey

  • "How to Bring an Interlocutory Appeal," New Jersey National Employment Lawyers Association, October, 2004, New Brunswick, New Jersey

  • "Direct and Cross Examination," New Jersey Protection & Advocacy, May, 2004, Trenton, New Jersey

  • "Defending Depositions," New Jersey Protection & Advocacy, April, 2004, Trenton, New Jersey

  • "How to Take Depositions," New Jersey Protection & Advocacy, May, 2003, Trenton, New Jersey

  • "Defeating Summary Judgment," New Jersey American Trial Lawyers Association, October, 2002, Edison, New Jersey

  • "How to Defend Against a Summary Judgment Motion," New Jersey American Trial Lawyers Association, April, 2002, Atlantic City, New Jersey

  • "Some Taxing Questions For Employment Lawyers," New Jersey Law Journal (Feb. 21, 2000)

  • "Defeating Psychiatric Examinations of Plaintiffs," New Jersey National Employment Lawyers Association," February, 2000, New Brunswick, New Jersey

  • "Is the Crown Always Right?" New Jersey Law Journal (Oct. 12, 1998)

  • "Ruling could chill potential whistleblowers," New Jersey Lawyer (Sept. 28, 1998)