Leonard J. Artigliere
Mr. Artigliere, a New Jersey native, established the firm in 2003, after practicing initially in Morris County and then as a Partner in the Phillipsburg firm of Curzi and Artigliere. (From 1987 to 2003). He is admitted to bars of both New Jersey and Pennsylvania, and has extensive trial experience in both civil and criminal law. Mr. Artigliere is an honors graduate of both Lafayette College in Easton PA and the prestigious Villanova School of Law. Among his scholastic honors Mr. Artigliere also received Lafayette's 1913 Trophy (Scholar Athlete); East Coast Conference Scholar Athlete Award and the Morris County Collegiate Athlete of the year.
Mr. Artigliere has served many years as Chairman of the Civil Practice Committee in Warren County as well as serving as a Civil Arbitrator. He has been involved in the local community as a member of the Washington Township Zoning Board, past Chairman of the Washington Township Land Use Board, the Washington Township Economic Development Committee and an original Board member of the Washington Borough Business Improvement District.
Mr. Artigliere resides in Washington Township, New Jersey with his wife, Karen, and their son, Matthew
John F. McDonnell
After graduating from the Syracuse University College of Law, Mr. McDonnell was admitted to practice law in New York in 1983 and in New Jersey in 1984. Mr. McDonnell practiced in New York for one year and since 1984 has practiced exclusively in New Jersey.
For twenty years Mr. McDonnell practiced at a firm in Morristown, New Jersey specializing in employment civil rights and general litigation. In 1998 Mr. McDonnell was awarded an "AV" rating by Martindale Hubbell, the highest rating given by the nationally recognized attorney rating service. In 2003 Mr. McDonnell moved his practice to Warren County to establish the McDonnell Artigliere firm with Leonard J. Artigliere.
Mr. McDonnell continues to specialize in litigation for plaintiffs and defendants in employment, civil rights, consumer fraud and general litigation in the Superior Court, Appellate Division and Supreme Court.