Mr. Abrams’ practice focuses on complex commercial litigation and professional liability matters.
Seth has broad experience representing individuals, large corporations, and small businesses in matters pertaining to complex commercial, real estate, insurance coverage, professional liability, and general liability issues in both State and Federal Court in New Jersey and New York.
Seth’s experience includes all aspects of litigation from inception through trial, including appeals, mediations, and appearances before administrative agencies. Some recent representative matters Seth handled include obtaining a reversal on appeal of a novel insurance coverage issue and obtaining summary judgment in a property damage claim between a commercial landlord and tenant.
Seth is a graduate of the University of Miami School of Law where he served as a Staff Editor for the International and Comparative Law Review. While in law school, Seth interned for the Hon. William C. Turnoff, U.S. Magistrate Judge and the Hon. Shelby Highsmith, U.S. District Judge, both of the Southern District of Florida.
Following law school, Seth clerked for the Hon. Catherine Langlois, P.J.Ch. in the Chancery Division, General Equity Part in the Morris/Sussex Vicinage.
Very active in various professional and civic associations, Seth currently serves on the Executive Committee of the Hoboken Democratic Committee. Additionally, he recently completed a four-year term as a commissioner on Hoboken’s Historic Preservation Commission and is a former Barrister in the Brennan-Vanderbilt Inn of Court. Seth is also a recent graduate of the Anti-Defamation League’s Glass Leadership Institute, the cornerstone leadership development program for the Anti-Defamation League, an organization dedicated to the fight against hatred and bigotry.
- New York, 2008
- New Jersey, 2008
- United States District Court, Southern District of New York, 2009
- United States District Court, Eastern District of New York, 2009
- United States District Court, District Court of New Jersey, 2008
- Third Circuit Court of Appeals