James Andrews Presents on Mid-Marriage Agreements For Princeton Bar Association
May 29, 2012
May 29, 2012– On May 22, 2012, James Andrews, shareholder in the firm’s Litigation Department, gave a presentation to the Princeton Bar Association, “Mid-Marriage Agreements: Should couples be allowed to independently define their marital relationship free of control or supervision by the State? ”. The presentation discussed all types of marital agreements and how mid-marriage or post-nuptial agreements differ from pre-nuptial agreements. To view the outline of the seminar, please click here.
Jim Andrews focuses his practice in the areas of corporate/commercial litigation, environmental law, matrimonial law and product liability defense. He has tried over seventy significant corporate/commercial cases to conclusion in both federal and state courts and has been recognized for his work in legal malpractice cases and attorney ethics. An accomplished litigator, Mr. Andrews has appeared before the New Jersey Supreme Court on three occasions, and the U.S. Court of Appeals for the First, Second and Third Circuits on three occasions. Jim has received the highest possible rating from Martindale-Hubbell and has been designated as a Super Lawyer for 2005-2009.
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