Florham Park

600 Campus Dr.
Florham Park, New Jersey 07932-1047
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Phone: (973) 549-7000 Phone: (973) 549-7000 Fax: (973) 360-9831
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Florham Park


The Florham Park office is comprised of attorneys and staff who provide clients with services related to a wide variety of legal issues. These include litigation, real estate, corporate and securities, white collar crime, labor and employment, products liability, mass tort, health care and insurance matters.


  • Chambers USA, Band 3 – Litigation: Insurance, New Jersey (2019)
  • Chambers USA, Band 2 – Bankruptcy/Restructuring, New Jersey (2019)
  • Chambers USA, Band 3– Healthcare, New Jersey (2019)
  • U.S. News & World Report, Tier 1 – Mass Tort Litigation / Class Actions – Defendants, New Jersey (2016)

Community Involvement

The Florham Park office is committed to the education and advancement of the region’s youth. The staff and attorneys’ passion for this cause is reflected in their continual contributions of time and resources to legal education programs and various fundraisers.

Recent community volunteer efforts include:


Law2Life is an ongoing Legal Enrichment Program developed and implemented by Drinker Biddle in cooperation with Eastside High School in Paterson, New Jersey. The program is designed to inspire students by introducing them to the legal profession and to other careers in business and government. Every other week during the school year, students receive a comprehensive overview of trial advocacy and are asked to test their trial skills—first, in front of their peers, and later before a sitting judge. Students also have the opportunity to meet lawyers and other business professionals to learn about their work, career paths and the real-life legal issues they encounter.

Battle of the Barristers

The Florham Park office softball team participates in the annual Battle of the Barristers. The day-long event is the largest fundraiser for the Newark Day Center, which sends Essex County youngsters to day and sleep-away camps in rural parts of New Jersey and New York each summer through the Greater Newark Fresh Air Fund.