Anthony P. Limitone, Jr.
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Employment Litigation; Business Litigation; Wrongful Termination; Employment Discrimination; Sexual Harassment; Noncompete Litigation; Noncompetition and Non-Solicitation; Employment Mediation; Employment Arbitration; Employment Disability Discrimination; Executive Severance Contracts; Family and Medical Leave Act; Restrictive Covenants; Retaliatory Discharge; Title VII Discrimination; Whistleblower Litigation; Age Discrimination in Employment; Covenants Not to Compete; Employment Breach of Contract; Employment Contracts; Alternative Dispute Resolution; Business Mediation; Business Arbitration; Business Formation; Business Fraud; Business Organization; Business Start-Ups; Business Torts; Limited Liability Company Law; Small Business Law; Small Business Corporations; Residential Real Estate
Admitted: 1968, Connecticut; 1972, New York; 1974, U.S. District Courts, Southern and Eastern Districts of New York; 1975, U.S. Court of Appeals, 2nd Circuit; 1979, New Jersey and U.S. District Court, District of New Jersey; 1981, U.S. Court of Appeals, 3rd Circuit
Law school: Cornell University, J.D.
Member: Morris County and New Jersey (Member, Sections on Labor & Employment Law; Member, Executive Committee, 2003; Editor in Chief, Labor & Employment Law Quarterly, 2001-2003; Member, Board of Directors, Dispute Resolution, 2005; Member, International Mediation Institute, 2009) Bar Associations.
Biography: Editor, Cornell International Law Journal, 1967-1968. Named New Jersey Super Lawyer, New Jersey Monthly since 2006. Moderator & Presenter, "3 Keys to Success in Mediation: Preparation, Psychology and Persuasion," N.J. State Bar Association Annual Meeting (2011); Panelist "Preparation is the Key to Successful Mediation," Hot Tips in Labor & Employment Law (ICLE Seminar 2010); Moderator "What to Expect at your First Labor or Employment Arbitration" (ICLE Webinar 2010); Moderator and Presenter: "Counseling Clients in Mediation," New Jersey State Bar Association Annual Meeting, 2007; "Arbitration and Mediation of Employment Disputes," Employment Litigation in New Jersey, LexisNexis, 2006; "Confidentiality under the Uniform Mediation Act," NJ Labor & Employment Law Quarterly, Fall 2004; "The ABC's of Online Dispute Resolution," 6th Annual Conference of American Bar Association Dispute Resolution Section, 2004; "Step by Step to Successful Mediation," New Jersey Lawyer, December 9, 2002; "Setting Up a Small Business" and "Employment Law Issues," Counseling the Small Business Client in NJ, NBI, Inc., 2002; "Third Circuit Modifies Standard of Review In ERISA Cases." NJSBA Labor & Employment Law Quarterly, Spring 2001; "Reasons for Granting FMLA Leave" and "The FMLA's Relationship With Other Laws" in Family & Medical Leave Act in N.J. (Lorman Ed. Svcs. 2000); "Peck v. Imedia: Appellate Division Recognizes Promissory Estoppel As An Additional Remedy For Wrongful Denial of Employment," N.J.S.B.A. Labor and Employment Law Quarterly, Summer 1997; "Compliance Review Advisory," Savings Bank Journal, pp. 67-72, October 1980. Co-Author: "University Fair Employment Practices: Litigation Strategy & Tactics," 1 J. Coll. & University L. 20 (1973); "The Registration of Ships by International and Intergovernmental Organizations," Sea Grant Special Bulletin #2, University of Miami Sea Grant Program, 1971; "The Interaction of Law & Technology: The Continental Shelf Problem," 1 Cornell Int'l L.J. (1968). Chair: Small Business Committee, Morris County Chamber of Commerce, 1987-1989; Civil Rights Commission, Summit, N.J., 1990-1992. Arbitrator and Mediator: American Arbitration Association; Superior Court of New Jersey. Arbitrator: U.S. District Court, District of New Jersey. Accredited Professional, Business and Commercial Mediator, New Jersey Association of Professional Mediators, 1996 to 2010 and President, 2007-2008; Certified Mediator, International Mediation Institute 2009.
Born: Burlington, Vermont, August 16, 1943
Military service: U.S. Army, 1968-1970
Cases: Brounstein v. American Cat Fanciers Assoc., 839 F. Supp. 1100 (D.N.J. 1993); Maher Terminals v. Director, 6 N.J. Tax 513 (Tax Ct. 1984), aff'd in part, rev'd in part 212 N.J. Super. 164 (App. Div. 1986); Lucas v. Gulf & Western Indus., 666 F. 2d 800 (CA3 1981); In re Tug Helen B. Moran, 1979 AMC 576 (S.D.N.Y. 1978), aff'd 607 F.2d 1029 (CA2 1979); Marshall v. Marist College, 14 EPD 7735 (S.D.N.Y. 1977).