Press Release (ePRNews.com) - Red Bank, New Jersey - Nov 29, 2017 - John Keefe, Jr., Certified Trial Attorney and founder of Keefe Law Firm, was recently appointed to the Transition Team for New Jersey Governor-Elect Phil Murphy. He joins other distinguished members of the New Jersey legal community as part of the committee for Law and Justice. Together, Keefe and the rest of the committee will advise Governor-Elect Murphy’s administration on legal and ethical concerns associated with the transition and with state government issues.
Phil Murphy will be inaugurated on January 16, 2017, succeeding Gov. Chris Christie. He has expressed his intention to ensure that his administration is transparent in its adherence to the law, in letter and in spirit.
About New Jersey Attorney John Keefe, Jr.
Trial attorney John Keefe, Jr. has been practicing in New Jersey since 1990. In 1996, he founded Keefe Law Firm, which currently has offices in Red Bank, Newark, New Brunswick and Point Pleasant. Keefe devotes much of his civil trial practice to negligence and product liability claims; he also has extensive experience with complex mass tort cases. As a result of his experience and record of success, he has served as co-counsel for national and state consumer fraud class actions.
John Keefe, Jr. is AV rated Preeminent by Martindale-Hubbell for professional excellence. These ratings are determined by fellow attorneys and recognize lawyers who demonstrate the highest level of legal and ethical standards.
In addition to his role on Governor-Elect Murphy’s transition team, Keefe is currently the New Jersey State Bar Association’s President-Elect. He takes on the role of President of the NJSBA in May. He is also Past President of the Trial Attorneys of New Jersey.
About Keefe Law Firm
Keefe Law Firm is a New Jersey plaintiffs’ law firm that offers a broad range of legal services across the state. For more information about managing partner John Keefe, Jr. or our practice areas, please contact our law firm today. Source :
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