Mike Simone is an experienced litigator who develops case strategies and dispute resolution approaches designed to both manage risk and advance his clients' objectives. Currently focusing his practice on sex abuse litigation, Mike is also involved in personal injury, premises liability, and construction matters.
A graduate of Rutgers University, Mike earned his law degree from Rutgers Law School. While in law school, Mike provided counsel and assistance to start-ups and small business owners as a member and Senior Associate of the Rutgers Law School Entrepreneurship Clinic, where he gained experience advising clients on entity selection, drafting operating agreements, proprietary information and invention agreements, and related contracts. He also published an article examining issues related to poverty, inequality, over-policing, and court-imposed monetary sanctions: “Criminal Customers: The Criminalization of Poverty and the Systemic Exploitation of the Working Class.”
After law school and before joining the firm, he served as a law clerk to Hon. Peter A. Bogaard, J.S.C., of the Civil Law Division, Morris County – Complex Business Litigation docket.