Anthony D’Elia focuses his practice on various litigation matters, including commercial litigation, corporate and business disputes, intellectual property disputes, bankruptcy and creditors’ rights, construction, and professional liability. Anthony also has a general litigation practice.
Through his litigation practice, Anthony represents creditors and other interested parties in bankruptcy cases and adversary proceedings, as well as lenders and other creditors in litigation over unpaid loans. He handles the appointment of rent receivers, collection of debts, and enforcement of settlement agreements. Anthony’s intellectual property practice includes copyright and trademark litigation. He also handles disputes over defective construction and claims for delays, damages, and back charges. Anthony’s work in the area of professional liability has involved matters relating to engineering and accounting liability.
Anthony’s pro bono work has involved assisting incarcerated individuals in litigation over claims of assault, seeking unpaid judgments in bankruptcy court through the filing of proofs of claim and adversary complaints, and negotiating plea bargains in family court.
Following law school, Anthony served as law clerk to the Honorable Garry J. Furnari, J.S.C., who, in addition to his civil docket, managed the environmental docket of the Essex County Superior Court. Anthony assisted Judge Furnari in matters involving tort, contract, property, insurance, and environmental law. During his clerkship, he also mediated both small claims and Law Division matters. Anthony also drafted opinions, summaries, and recommendations regarding motion practice; interacted with attorneys and pro se parties regularly; and observed oral arguments, trials, motion hearings, and case management conferences.
In law school, Anthony was a member of Seton Hall University School of Law’s nationally-ranked Interscholastic Moot Court Board, the Courtroom Advocates Project, and the Immigrants’ Rights/International Human Rights Clinic.