Jonathan Rudnick has been litigation consumer cases for three decades in New Jersey and has tried in arbitration and court - before a jury - to decision many cases.
Jonathan Rudnick also has sued car dealerships for violating employee pay plans and failing to pay their employees proper commissions in New Jersey, Arkansas, Washington State and Illinois.
Jonathan Rudnick has litigated against hundreds of dealerships in New Jersey for Fraud and Consumer Fraud for selling cars with salvage titles, flood titles, prior damage, and non disclosure of significant defects.
- Consumer Law
- Employment Law
- Personal Injury
- Boat Litigation
- Car Accidents
- Class Action
- General Civil
- Lemon Law
- Wills, Trusts & Estates
- Wrongful Repossession
- Consumer Fraud
- consumer litigation
- Free Consultation
On most cases
- Credit Cards Accepted
- Contingent Fees
- New Jersey
- New Jersey Courts
- New York
- The Law Office of Jonathan Rudnick
- - Current
- Rudnick Addonizio Pappa
- Law Clerk to Judge Stamelman
- Superior Court New Jersey
- Pace Law School
- J.D. (1990) | Law
- Indiana University
- B.S. (1987) | Finance
- BV Rated
- Super Lawyer
- Super Lawyers
- New Jersey State Bar Association
- - Current
- Activities: Consumer Law Committee 2002-present
- Monmouth County Bar Association
- Auto Fraud
- Legal Services of New Jersey
- Discovery in a Case Against a Car Dealership
- How to Sue a Car Dealership
- Jonathan Rudnick's Website Profile
- The Law Office of Jonathan Rudnick LLC Website
- New Jersey Lemon Law Lawyer Blog
- Check for Recalls When Researching a Car you might Purchase
11 November 2017
- Demand for Arbitration Statement to the Arbitrator – American Arbitration Association
19 August 2017
20 June 2017
- Guarantees Credit Approval. Financing Guaranteed. We finance Anyone. We will Get it Done.
6 November 2016
- Baby Powder Litigation
1 November 2016
- Wronged consumers get more than $11 million back from student loan servicers
1 November 2016
- Alleged Fraud and The Opening of Bogus Accounts at a Bank
6 October 2016
- Wells Fargo and Possible Lawsuits and arbitration: They get a free pass from the court system
6 October 2016
- Justice Department Announces Largest Health Care Fraud Settlement in Its History | OPA | Department of Justice
19 August 2016
- Q. My supervisor has been making lewd comments whenever the two of us are alone at work together.
- A: yes follow the procedure in he handbook you were given and you should be protected. But you do have rights assuming your employer fails to take reasonable precautions to stop this
- Q. The company I paid $4000 dollars to moved somewhere and didn't finish my case. What can I do?
- A: Call consumer affairs or sue them for breach of contract
- Q. New Jersey Usury Law,Is 19.25% car loan legal?
- A: Most likely yes
- Q. I want to file a class action lawsuit in NJ against honda motor co for defective paint jobs. How do I start ?
- A: Find a lawyer who does class action work as a starting point and he can determine if you qualify for class action treatment
- Q. How many days does a dealer in trenton new jersey have to send a title of a motor vehicle to the buyer
- A: 15 or 20 days
- Q. Do you have a certian amound of day you may return a new auto you brought
- A: No, once the contract is signed and you are approved for financing the car CANNOT be returned. The is no NJ state law that permits you to return the car.
- Q. How long does an appeal take, for personal injury
- A: Tough to answers the question since the answer depends on what you are appealing. It can take form eight months to two years.
- Q. In a wreck in NJ and being sued by Liberty Mutual. Don't own a house. Own a motorcycle and truck. Will I lose them?
- A: If any business or entity obtains a judgment against you they can execute (take) any assets you own. So if you own a bike or truck they can take this if they sue you and get a jusgment.
- Q. I was injured in a car accident
- A: You are free to reach such an agreement with the other driver or their insurance company but you would only need a lawyer if you wanted to make sure it was fair and needed answers to issues regarding future need for medical treatment. It is even more complex if you are receiving Medicare or Medicaid. Generally not a good idea.