Gregory S. Bergman

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Greg defends insureds and self-insureds in state and federal court.  His practice is focused on defending clients in the areas of commercial transportation liability, automotive liability, product liability, and premises liability.  In his defense practice, Greg  handles pleadings, discovery/discovery disputes, drafting dispositive motions, and all aspects of trial preparation.

Greg defends insureds and self-insureds in state and federal court.  His practice is focused on defending clients in the areas of commercial transportation liability, automotive liability, product liability, and premises liability.  In his defense practice, Greg  handles pleadings, discovery/discovery disputes, drafting dispositive motions, and all aspects of trial preparation.

Greg earned his juris doctor from Rutgers University School of Law in 2014. In his second year of law school, Greg participated in the highly competitive Hunter Moot Court Competition.  Throughout his first two years in law school, he served as a judicial extern for United States District Court Judge Joel H. Slomsky in the Eastern District of Pennsylvania and as a Judicial Intern for the Honorable Alice Beck Dubow in the Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas.

Greg participated in a number of pro bono projects throughout law school, including VITA and Street Law. In his final year of law school, he oversaw a number of publications in his position as Editor-in-Chief of the Rutgers Journal of Law & Public Policy, including the Rutgers Center for Risk and Responsibility’s 2013 Symposium on Fragmented Risk and the 2013 PILCOP Symposium on Equality Privatization. His student note was published in the Rutgers Journal of Law & Public Policy in spring of 2014. Greg received the Plumbum Nos in Posterus Academic Scholarship all three years of law school.

Greg graduated summa cum laude from the University of Pittsburgh in 2011 with a Bachelor of Arts in both Political Science and History.  Additionally, he graduated with honors in history based upon composition and presentation of his thesis, "New Federalism and Individual Rights: The Good Faith Exception." During the summers of 2009 and 2010, Greg wrote and presented papers on the Fourth Amendment and First Amendment, respectively, as part of the Brackenridge Fellowship within the University Honors College.  During his freshman year, he played for the University of Pittsburgh Division 1 Men’s Club Ice Hockey Team.

publications

Piercing the Corporate Veil in Commercial Collection, National Business Institute (Dec. 2013), co-authored with Gregory W. Fox,Esq.

Unpaid Internships: A Tale of Legal Dissonance, 11 Rutgers Journal of Law & Public Policy 551 (2014)