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Education

  • J.D., Rutgers School of Law - Camden, with high honors, 2008
  • B.A., Rutgers College,

    with honors, 2005

    Rutgers Law Journal, Executive Editor

Bar Admissions

  • New Jersey
  • Pennsylvania
  • District of Columbia

Steven B. Gladis

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Associate
  • T: 732.867.9673
    F: 732.352.7773

Steven Gladis has over 10 years of litigation experience representing clients in all aspects of both state and federal litigation at the trial and appellate levels. His practice encompasses a wide variety of substantive areas, including products liability, complex commercial disputes, employment, construction, environmental, insurance coverage, banking, real estate, securities, antitrust, taxation, intellectual property and regulatory compliance.

Representative Matters

Represented employer in suit against former employee alleging that employee had breached fiduciary duties and misappropriated confidential information, including obtaining dismissal on motions of former employee’s counterclaims alleging antitrust violations, tortious interference, and unfair competition.
Represented a national homebuilder in connection with an international arbitration seeking insurance coverage for claims alleging construction defects at various projects around the country.
Represented two manufacturers of paper and paper products in a federal litigation adverse to an international manufacturer of packaging products regarding the contractual allocation of environmental liabilities, resulting in the court adopting client’s interpretation of the governing contract on a motion for summary judgment.
Represented a community bank in a state-court chancery action brought by shareholders challenging a proposed merger, successfully opposing an application to enjoin the shareholder vote and an emergent appellate application.
Represented a former property owner seeking an exemption from the New Jersey industrial Site Recovery Act in an administrative trial and on appeal, resulting in the reversal of the agency’s denial of the application.