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Specializing in serious business litigation and shareholder/member disputes.
H. Joel Newman has obtained numerous multi-million dollar verdicts and settlements representing plaintiffs and has successfully defended numerous clients against multi-million dollar claims. He works efficiently on his client's behalf, to maximize value.
Mr. Newman successfully defended a "Big Three" automobile and truck manufacturer in an action brought by two major motorhome manufacturers seeking eight-figure damages for the allegedly defective product. He has represented plaintiffs and defendants in numerous shareholder lawsuits, at least two of which involved more than $1,000.000,000 in...
Mr. Rachmiel served as an Assistant Union County Prosecutor from 1973 to 1979, during which time he prosecuted 75 jury trials. He opened his own law office in 1979, where he now limits his practice to plaintiff's personal injury litigation, criminal defense, and municipal court matters, including DWI/DUI.
Mr. Rachmiel became a Certified Criminal...
Prior to joining Weik, Nitsche & Dougherty, Joel worked for a regional defense law firm where he represented insurance companies. As a result, Joel is aware of how insurance companies attempt to diminish the value of injury claims and can effectively advise his clients to achieve the...
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