Brian O’Toole

Brian O’Toole

Brian O’Toole is an associate in Carella Byrne’s New Jersey office who has been with the firm since October 2021. He focuses his practice on complex class actions, including consumer fraud, product liability, RICO, and pharmaceutical matters. Before joining the firm, Brian gained considerable experience at a national law firm in New York and served as a law clerk to United States District Judge Claire C. Cecchi in the District of New Jersey.

A graduate of Dartmouth College, Brian earned his Juris Doctor degree, magna cum laude, from Fordham University School of Law, where he was a member of the Fordham Law Review. He is admitted to practice in New York state court and the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York.


  • New York State Bar


  • United States District Court for the Southern District of New York

Practice Areas



Practice Areas

Wills & Estates

Our attorneys understands how critical it is that business owners prepare for retirement or unforeseen circumstances in a way that provides for their financial well-being and the continuity of their companies.


When disputes arise, our seasoned litigators provide exceptional advocacy grounded in holistic strategies designed to achieve each client’s overall business, financial, and personal goals.

Land Use Law

When zoning and land use roadblocks stand in the way of your objectives for a real estate investment or development project, our attorneys have the knowledge and experience necessary to move you forward.

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Restaurant Brands
Carella Byrne has filed a securities fraud class action lawsuit in the United States District Court for the Southern District of Florida against Restaurant Brands International Inc. on behalf of those individuals who purchased or acquired common stock.
Johnson & Johnson
Carella Byrne Cecchi Olstein Brody & Agnello filed a consumer class action Thursday in New Jersey District Court against Johnson & Johnson over its Neutrogena aerosol sunscreen line.
Takata Corp.
A Florida federal judge granted final approval Monday to a $42 million settlement automakers Volkswagen and Audi reached to resolve multidistrict litigation over their alleged use of defective Takata Corp. air bags, as well as a $12.6 million attorney fee award from that total.

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