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NEW JERSEY PER DIEM BRIEF WRITING SERVICES BY AN EXPERIENCED NEW JERSEY BRIEF WRITER
The Law Office of Paul DePetris writes New Jersey per diem briefs and New Jersey per diem motions for many law firms. Depending on an attorney’s requirements, the firm drafts New Jersey per diem briefs or even entire New Jersey per diem motion packages, from the coverletter to the court to the certifications, brief and proposed forms of order.


Mr. DePetris is experienced in the use of Microsoft Office programs and the Firm emails work product to attorney clients. Often, Mr. DePetris drafts New Jersey per diem briefs and New Jersey per diem motions on very short notice. A list of some of the firms that used Paul’s New Jersey per diem attorney services in the past is available on request.

Over the years, Mr. DePetris has provided New Jersey per diem brief writing services to over 25 law firms. Mr. DePetris has provided New Jersey per diem brief writing services to law firms in New York City and Atlantic, Bergen, Burlington, Camden, Gloucester, Hudson, Mercer, Middlesex, Morris, Philadelphia and Salem counties.

NEW JERSEY PER DIEM ATTORNEY BRIEF WRITING AND NEW JERSEY NEW JERSEY PER DIEM ATTORNEY MOTION PREPARATION SERVICES
• Need a New Jersey order to show cause package prepared?
• Do you need to get a New Jersey summary judgment motion or New Jersey motion to dismiss motion filed before trial?
• Facing New Jersey opposition briefs and don’t have time to draft a New Jersey reply brief?
• Do you have to make a New Jersey motion to compel discovery?
• Need New Jersey trial briefs or New Jersey motions in limine prepared?
• Want a New Jersey memorandum of law prepared on a difficult New Jersey legal issue?
• Need a New Jersey fee application prepared?

New Jersey per diem brief writing services shall let you get these tasks done effectively and to impress your clients. The Law Office of Paul DePetris writes New Jersey per diem briefs and New Jersey per diem motions for many law firms. Depending on an attorney’s requirements, the firm drafts New Jersey per diem briefs or even entire New Jersey per diem motion packages, from the coverletter to the court to the certifications, brief and proposed forms of order. Let an experienced New Jersey per diem attorney provide you the services you need to get your New Jersey briefs and New Jersey motions out the door.

As deadlines come closer and your firm’s file load increases, use the New Jersey per diem brief writing services of Mr. DePetris to draft the following:
• New Jersey per diem Appellate Briefs
• New Jersey per diem Oppositions To Summary Judgment And Dismissal Motions
• New Jersey per diem Summary Judgment Motions
• New Jersey per diem Dismissal Motions For Failure To State A Claim
• New Jersey per diem Discovery Motions
• New Jersey per diem Orders To Show Cause Applications
• New Jersey per diem Arbitration Briefs
• New Jersey per diem Motions In Limine
• New Jersey per diem Memoranda Of Law
• New Jersey per diem Trial Briefs
• New Jersey per diem R. 4:37 & R. 4:40 Dismissal Motions
• New Jersey per diem fee applications

NEW JERSEY MOTION TO DISMISS BRIEFS AND MOTIONS
• Is a deadline approaching for you to respond to a New Jersey motion to dismiss for failure to state a claim?
• Do you have to answer a New Jersey complaint and believe it should be answered by a New Jersey motion to dismiss for failure to state a claim?
• Are you having difficulty finding the time to write a New Jersey brief in opposition to a New Jersey motion to dismiss for failure to state a claim?
• Are you unsure whether you should file a New Jersey summary judgment motion or a New Jersey motion to dismiss for failure to state a claim?
• Are you unfamiliar with the New Jersey motion to dismiss for failure to state a claim standard or the New Jersey Court Rules about New Jersey motions to dismiss for failure to state a claim?
• Is a New Jersey arbitration or New Jersey trial approaching and you want to file a New Jersey motion to dismiss for failure to state a claim before the New Jersey case proceeds to arbitration or trial?

The Law Office of Paul DePetris writes New Jersey per diem motion to dismiss for failure to state a claim briefs and New Jersey per diem motions to dismiss for failure to state a claim and prepares New Jersey per diem oppositions to New Jersey motions to dismiss for failure to state a claim. Depending on an attorney’s requirements, the firm drafts New Jersey per diem motion to dismiss for failure to state a claim briefs or even entire New Jersey per diem motion to dismiss for failure to state a claim packages, from the coverletter to the court to the certifications, brief and proposed forms of order. Mr. DePetris has prepared countless New Jersey per diem motions to dismiss for failure to state a claim and New Jersey per diem oppositions to New Jersey motions to dismiss for failure to state a claim. Let an experienced New Jersey per diem attorney write your New Jersey motions so you can focus on other work.

Keep in mind that the New Jersey motion for reconsideration standard on a final judgment and the New Jersey appellate standard to reverse a New Jersey motion to dismiss for failure to state a claim decision is much more difficult than the New Jersey motion to dismiss for failure to state a claim standard. If you or your client lose a New Jersey motion to dismiss for failure to state a claim, the chance of you getting a “second bite at the apple” by winning a New Jersey motion for reconsideration or New Jersey appeal may be quite small. Don’t make the mistake of failing to properly address your New Jersey motion to dismiss for failure to state a claim.

NEW JERSEY SUMMARY JUDGMENT BRIEFS AND MOTIONS
• Is a deadline approaching for you to respond to a New Jersey summary judgment motion?
• Are you having difficulty finding the time to write a brief in opposition to a New Jersey summary judgment motion?
• Are you unfamiliar with the New Jersey summary judgment standard or the New Jersey Court Rules about New Jersey motions for summary judgment?
• Is a New Jersey arbitration or New Jersey trial approaching and you want to file a New Jersey motion for summary judgment before the New Jersey case proceeds to a New Jersey arbitration hearing or New Jersey trial?

The Law Office of Paul DePetris writes New Jersey per diem summary judgment briefs and New Jersey per diem motions for summary judgment and prepares per diem papers for oppositions to New Jersey motions for summary judgment. Depending on an attorney’s requirements, the firm drafts New Jersey summary judgment briefs or even entire New Jersey summary judgment motion packages, from the coverletter to the court to the certifications, brief and proposed forms of order. Mr. DePetris has prepared countless New Jersey per diem motions for summary judgment and per diem oppositions to New Jersey summary judgment motions.

Keep in mind that the New Jersey motion for reconsideration standard on a final order and the New Jersey appellate standard to reverse a New Jersey summary judgment decision is much more difficult than the New Jersey summary judgment standard. If you or your client lose a New Jersey motion for summary judgment, the chance of you getting a “second bite at the apple” by winning a New Jersey motion for reconsideration or New Jersey appeal may be quite small. Don’t make the mistake of failing to properly address your New Jersey summary judgment motion.

NEW JERSEY MOTIONS TO VACATE DEFAULT JUDGMENT & NEW JERSEY MOTIONS TO VACATE DEFAULT

• Did your client have a New Jersey default judgment entered against them in a New Jersey case and they face a New Jersey proof hearing?
• Do you want to vacate a New Jersey default judgment but just can’t find the time to write the brief or to prepare the motion package to vacate the New Jersey default judgment?
• Did you or your client win a New Jersey default judgment and are you having difficulty finding the time to write a brief in opposition to a New Jersey motion to vacate default judgment or New Jersey motion to vacate default?
• Are you unsure whether you should file a New Jersey motion to vacate default or a New Jersey motion to vacate default judgment?
• Are you unfamiliar with the New Jersey motion to vacate default judgment or New Jersey motion to vacate default standard or the New Jersey Court Rules about New Jersey proof hearings?
• Is a deadline approaching for you to respond to a New Jersey motion to vacate default judgment or New Jersey motion to vacate default?

The Law Office of Paul DePetris writes New Jersey per diem motion to vacate default judgment or New Jersey per diem motion to vacate default briefs and prepares New Jersey per diem oppositions to New Jersey motions to vacate default judgment. Depending on an attorney’s requirements, the firm drafts New Jersey per diem motion to vacate default judgment or New Jersey per diem motion to vacate default briefs or even entire New Jersey per diem motion to vacate default judgment or New Jersey per diem motion to vacate default packages or New Jersey per diem oppositions to New Jersey motions to vacate default judgment, from the coverletter to the court to the certifications, brief and proposed forms of order. As a New Jersey per diem attorney, Mr. DePetris prepared many New Jersey per diem motion to vacate default judgment or New Jersey per diem motion to vacate default briefs and prepares New Jersey per diem oppositions to New Jersey motions to vacate default judgment.

If you are filing a New Jersey motion to vacate default judgment or New Jersey motion to vacate default, you may only get one chance to get it right. Doing a halfhearted job isn’t sufficient. Keep in mind that the New Jersey motion for reconsideration standard and the New Jersey appellate standard to reverse a denial of a New Jersey motion to vacate default judgment or New Jersey motion to vacate default decision is much more difficult than the New Jersey motion to vacate default judgment or New Jersey motion to vacate default standard. If you or your client lose a New Jersey motion to vacate default judgment or New Jersey motion to vacate default, the chance of you getting a “second bite at the apple” by winning a New Jersey motion for reconsideration on a final judgment or New Jersey appeal may be quite small. Don’t make the mistake of failing to properly address your New Jersey motion to vacate default judgment or New Jersey motion to vacate default.

NEW JERSEY MEDIATION SUBMISSIONS PREPARED
Did your New Jersey case get scheduled for a New Jersey mediation hearing and you need a New Jersey mediation statement prepared for your New Jersey mediation hearing or your file organized for your New Jersey mediation hearing? Let Mr. DePetris get a mediation settlement package ready and prepare your New Jersey mediation statement. A New Jersey mediation hearing may be the best way for you to resolve your New Jersey case fully and finally before it proceeds to a New Jersey mediation or New Jersey trial.

NEW JERSEY ARBITRATION SUBMISSIONS PREPARED
The Law Office of Paul DePetris writes New Jersey arbitration hearing documents and prepares New Jersey files for arbitration. Use the New Jersey per diem brief writing services of Mr. DePetris for the following tasks:
• Organize file into binders for use at arbitration
• Prepare New Jersey arbitration exhibit lists
• Prepare New Jersey arbitration statements
• Prepare New Jersey arbitration briefs

NEW JERSEY MOTIONS TO CONFIRM ARBITRATION AWARD
• Is a deadline approaching for you to respond to a New Jersey motion to confirm a New Jersey arbitration award?
• Do you have to confirm a New Jersey arbitration award and the deadline for doing so is rapidly approaching?
• Are you having difficulty finding the time to write a brief in opposition to a New Jersey motion to confirm a New Jersey arbitration award?
• Are you unsure how to file a New Jersey motion to confirm a New Jersey arbitration award?
• Are you unfamiliar with the New Jersey motion to confirm a New Jersey arbitration award standard or the New Jersey Court Rules about confirming New Jersey arbitration awards?
• Did your client win a New Jersey arbitration award and you want to confirm a New Jersey arbitration award before the deadline passes and the New Jersey case is forever dismissed?

Use the New Jersey per diem brief writing services of Mr. DePetris to prepare your motion to confirm the arbitration award. Mr. DePetris has successfully confirmed many New Jersey arbitration awards.

NEW JERSEY TRIAL SUBMISSONS AND NEW JERSEY TRIAL DOCUMENTS PREPARED
As a New Jersey per diem attorney, Mr. DePetris has prepared numerous files for New Jersey trials and has appeared before the Superior Court of New Jersey in 20 of the 21 New Jersey counties and many of these appearances were trial calendar calls. Use the New Jersey per diem brief writing services of Mr. DePetris to perform the following tasks:
• Prepare a New Jersey powerpoint trial presentation for your closing or other parts of your case
• Prepare New Jersey per diem pretrial information exchanges
• Prepare New Jersey per diem trial briefs
• Prepare New Jersey per diem motions in limine
• Prepare New Jersey per diem jury instructions
• Prepare New Jersey per diem jury interrogatories
• Prepare New Jersey per diem voir dire questions
• Prepare New Jersey per diem statements of the case
• Prepare New Jersey per diem deposition digests for cross examination of witnesses at your New Jersey trial

Keep in mind that the New Jersey appellate standard to reverse a negative decision on a New Jersey arbitration or New Jersey trial is often very high. If you or your client lose a New Jersey arbitration hearing or New Jersey trial, the chance of you getting a “second bite at the apple” by winning a New Jersey appeal may be quite small. Don’t make the mistake of failing to properly address your New Jersey arbitration hearing or New Jersey trial.

NEW JERSEY FEE APPLICATION BRIEFS & NEW JERSEY MOTIONS FOR FEE AWARDS
• Are you in the middle of a New Jersey fee dispute?
• Is a deadline approaching for you to submit a New Jersey fee application in a New Jersey Case?
• Is a deadline approaching for you to respond to a New Jersey fee application in a New Jersey Case?
• Do you have to answer a New Jersey complaint in a New Jersey case and believe the New Jersey complaint is frivolous and want to recover attorneys’ fees?
• Are you having difficulty finding the time to write a New Jersey brief in opposition to a New Jersey fee application?
• Are you unsure whether you should file a New Jersey fee application?
• Do you want to try to recover fees for a New Jersey frivolous lawsuit or recover fees for a New Jersey frivolous answer?
• Do you need a New Jersey attorney to review your case to see if you have an opportunity to recover a New Jersey attorney’s fee award?
• Are you unfamiliar with the New Jersey fee application standard or the New Jersey Court Rules about New Jersey fee applications?
• Did you just complete a New Jersey arbitration or New Jersey trial or New Jersey appeal and you need to make a motion to recover attorney’s fees before the deadline for the fee request passes?

Use the New Jersey per diem brief writing services of Mr. DePetris to prepare your New Jersey per diem fee application briefs and New Jersey per diem fee applications and prepares oppositions to New Jersey per diem fee applications. Depending on an attorney’s requirements, the firm drafts New Jersey per diem fee application briefs or even entire New Jersey per diem fee application packages, from the coverletter to the court to the certifications, brief and proposed forms of order. Mr. DePetris has prepared countless New Jersey per diem fee applications and New Jersey per diem oppositions to New Jersey fee applications. Keep in mind that there are usually very short deadlines in which to make a New Jersey fee application or you may forever be prevented from recovering New Jersey attorney’s fees in your New Jersey case. Keep in mind that if you lose a New Jersey fee dispute, the New Jersey motion for reconsideration standard and the New Jersey appellate standard to reverse a New Jersey fee application decision is much more difficult than the New Jersey fee application standard. If you or your client lose a New Jersey fee application, the chance of you getting a “second bite at the apple” by winning a New Jersey motion for reconsideration or New Jersey appeal may be quite small. Don’t make the mistake of failing to properly address your New Jersey fee application.

NEW JERSEY PER DIEM APPELLATE BRIEFS AND APPELLATE APPENDIX PREPARATION
New Jersey appeals are complex and New Jersey appellate briefs usually take dozens of hours to prepare properly. Mr. DePetris has worked on at least 20 New Jersey appeals and prepared over 15 New Jersey per diem appellate briefs along with New Jersey appellate appendix. Don’t take a chance with your New Jersey appeal. Use New Jersey per diem appellate brief writing services and get the job done properly. The firm’s New Jersey per diem appellate brief services free up your time to do other things while your New Jersey appellate brief is prepared by an experienced New Jersey appellate brief writer.

EXTENSIVE NEW JERSEY BRIEF WRITING EXPERIENCE
Mr. DePetris has extensive New Jersey per diem brief writing experience, which includes drafting New Jersey per diem briefs on the following subjects:



Abuse Of Process
Actions In Lieu Of Prerogative Writs
Adverse Possession
Agency
Arbitration Agreements
Attorney Ethics
Automotive Personal Injury
Automotive Warranty
Automotive Fraud
Bailments
Boat Warranty Disputes
Boat Sale Fraud
Boundary Disputes
Breach Of Peace
Breach Of Contract
Breach Of Warranty
Broker Commissions
Changed Circumstances
Civil Appeals
Child Support
Commercial Breach Of Contract
Commercial Breach Of Warranty
Commercial Collection
Common Law Fraud
Constitutional Law
Construction Law
Construction Liens
Consumer Collection
Consumer Fraud Act
Consumer Law
Corporate Veil Piercing
Covenant Of Good Faith And Fair Dealing
Coverage Disputes
Creditors’ Rights
Debtors’ Rights
Declaratory Judgment Actions
Default Judgment
Discovery Disputes
Disgorgement
Ejectment Actions
Emancipation Of Minors
Employment Agreements
Equitable Distribution
Equitable Fraud
Equitable Relief And Remedies
Estate Disputes
Expert Testimony
Express Warranties
Family Law
Federal Odometer Law
Federal Warranty Law
Fraudulent Transfers
Frivolous Sanctions
Home Improvement Fraud
Implied Warranties
Insurance Disputes
Landlord Tenant
Legal Fraud
Lemon Law – New And Used Cars
Lepis Applications
Licensed Professionals
Limitations Of Liability Clauses
Magnuson Moss Warranty Act
Malicious Prosecution
Name Changes
Negligent Misrepresentation
New Car Lemon Law
Municipal Court Appeals
Municipal Ordinance Challenges
Negotiable Instruments
Odometer Fraud
Plain Language Act/Law
Premises Liability Personal Injury
Professional Liability & Malpractice
Property Damage
Quantum Meruit
Quasi Contract
Real Estate Broker Commissions
Real Estate Fraud
Real Estate Sale Fraud
Reconsideration
Relief From Judgment
Special Civil Part
Spousal Support
Statute Of Limitations
Statute Of Repose
Storage Agreements
Takings
Title Issues
Theft Of Goods And Services
Title 59
Truth In Consumer Contract, Warranty And Notice Act
Undue Influence
Uniform Commercial Code
Unjust Enrichment
Used Car Lemon Law
Verbal Threshold
Vicarious Liability
Warranty Disputes
Will Interpretation
Wrongful Repossession
Zoning Disputes


Mr. DePetris is also the author of the following publications:

• New Jersey Consumer Fraud Act & Forms (New Jersey Law Journal Books).
• Learned Professionals, Licensed Semiprofessionals and the Consumer Fraud Act: The Origins of the Licensed Professionals’ Doctrine (New Jersey Lawyer, Oct. 2008);
• Liability For Consumer Fraud In Real Estate Transactions (New Jersey Law Journal, March 18, 2009). Mr. DePetris also gives seminars on the New Jersey Consumer Fraud Act.

For a no obligation phone consultation, call the Law Office of Paul DePetris at 609-714-2020 or send the firm an email.
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