Emily A. Kaller, a partner in the firm’s Litigation Department, has been installed as Vice President of Trial Attorneys of New Jersey (TANJ), an statewide organization of approximately 800 members consisting of both plaintiff & defense attorneys from the civil and criminal bars. The installation took place at the 49th Annual Trial Bar Awards Reception, which was held on October 20, 2016 at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in New Brunswick.
TANJ is dedicated to promoting the interests of the public at large, the interest of the litigants involved in civil and criminal cases, and the interests of the bench and bar. The group is also committed to training young attorneys through internship and scholarship programs, as well as training seasoned attorneys through continuing legal education programs.
Ms. Kaller previously served as Secretary/Treasurer of TANJ, and is Chair of the Public Positions/Legislative Committee. Her practice, which focuses on commercial litigation, encompasses the prosecution and defense of financing, credit and other banking matters, contract disputes including those arising under licensing and asset sale agreements, environmental contamination contribution actions, and complex litigation. Her experience also includes class action litigation in matters involving consumer claims, alleged securities fraud and personal injury. Ms. Kaller has represented clients in both state and federal courts, including appellate practice before the New Jersey Supreme Court, Appellate Division and the Third Circuit Court of Appeals. Her work in chancery practice includes estate litigation, claims for injunctive relief in business disputes, shareholder disputes and restrictive covenants.