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Joseph M. Bimonte

Attorney Bio:


Joseph’s practice is based in litigation with a focus on real estate litigation, commercial and business litigation, personal injury matters, employment litigation and consumer finance litigation.

Prior to joining CMS, Joseph’s practice included the representation of individual homeowners in connection with foreclosure and real estate litigation as well as complex commercial litigation. Joseph managed a docket of nearly 200 cases, including but not limited to matters involving violations of the New Jersey Consumer Fraud Act, the New Jersey Fair Foreclosure Act, the Truth in Lending Act and the Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act. Joseph’s matters required extensive motion practice and involvement as lead trial counsel in several trials before the State Courts in New Jersey.

Joseph has also extensively represented property owners in residential and commercial real estate disputes involving landlord-tenant, foreclosure and contract rights. He also regularly counsels clients on securing their rights and developing strategies for each phase of a case both prior to and during extensive litigation.

Before graduating cum laude from Western Michigan University Cooley School of Law, Joseph served as a judicial intern for the Honorable John J. Langan, J.S.C. in the Bergen County Civil Division.

Professional Associations:
New Jersey State Bar Association
New York State Bar Association
American Bar Association
Bergen County Bar Association
Essex County Bar Association

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