Practice Areas: Corporate and Employment Law / Civil and Health Litigation / Tort Law

John A. Bermingham, Jr. Esq. is a New Jersey Attorney who has over 15 years’ experience as in-house counsel and most recently as global general counsel for Novartis specializing in corporate law, employment law, civil litigation, health law, and tort law. Attorney Bermingham is admitted to practice in the United States Supreme Court, the Supreme Court of New Jersey and all other state courts of New Jersey; and admitted to the District Court for the Federal District of New Jersey.

Attorney Bermingham has been teaching as a professor for over ten years as well.  He teaches Corporate Law, Constitutional Law, Government Law, Business Law, various Health Law classes, and is the lead Attorney of oversight for the Paralegal Studies Program at Centenary University.  Attorney Bermingham received his Bachelor of Science in Justice Studies at Arizona State University, his MBA with a Concentration in Criminal Justice at Saint Leo University, and his Juris Doctor at Catholic University.

Furthermore, Attorney Bermingham was elected by the people of Upper Mount Bethel, Pennsylvania in the November, 2015 General Election to the Board of Supervisors and is currently the Chairman of the Board of Supervisors for the township of the term 2016 until 2022.  He lives in Upper Mount Bethel with his wife Laura, their children J.C. and Michael and dog Benji.  He has published articles for the National Association of Legal Assistants/Paralegals (NALA) and drafted their examination questions for paralegals.

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