Bradford W. Muller
Areas of Practice
– Comments Editor, Seton Hall Law Review
SETON HALL UNIVERSITY, B.S., summa cum laude, 2006
– Business Administration with concentration in Finance
United States District Court for the District of New Jersey
District of Columbia (inactive)
Bradford W. Muller, Associate
Mr. Muller’s main practice area is complex commercial litigation. Prior to joining Stone & Magnanini, Mr. Muller was associated with Norris McLaughlin & Marcus, P.A., where he was actively engaged in representing businesses large and small in litigation; appeared “on the brief” for a published decision before the New Jersey Supreme Court; was part of a trial team that represented a major firm client in an intellectual property dispute through a successful federal jury trial; and assisted multiple parties on both the plaintiff and defense side of business divorces. In addition, Mr. Muller has assisted in the counseling of clients on complex matters dealing with contractual, employment, and white-collar criminal issues.
Mr. Muller also served as a Deputy Attorney General with the New Jersey Office of the Insurance Fraud Prosecutor, where he led a trial team that handled white-collar criminal matters involving insurance fraud, tax evasion, health care claims fraud, staged automobile accidents, identity theft, theft by deception, and other related financial crimes. In recognition for his outstanding performance, Mr. Muller received a Commendation Award from the National Insurance Crime Bureau and an Attorney General’s Award for Excellence in Multi-Agency Investigation or Coordination.
Mr. Muller served as a law clerk to the Honorable Anthony J. Parrillo of the Superior Court of New Jersey, Appellate Division (2009 – 2010).
Mr. Muller has been selected for inclusion in New Jersey’s Super Lawyers® magazine as a Rising Star for 2013 and 2017.*
Virtual Crimes, Real Damages Part II, 17 Va. J.L. & Tech. 75 (2012) (co-author).
Promissory Estoppel, Implied Duties & Quasi Contracts, appearing in Handling Contract/Commercial Litigation Issues (NJICLE 2011) (co-author).
Virtual Crimes – Real Damages: A Primer On Cybercrimes In The United States and Efforts to Combat Cybercriminals, 16 Va. J.L. & Tech. 116 (2011) (co-author).
Avoid the Rainy Day: Survey of U.S. Cloud Computing Caselaw, 2011 B.C. Intell. Prop. & Tech. F. 011101 (2011) (co-author).
Appellate Activism: Using the Appellate Division’s Original Jurisdiction to Reduce the Time and Money Spent on Family Matters in New Jersey, 38 Rutgers L. Rec. (2010-2011).
Comment, Encouraging Price Competition Among New Jersey’s Residential Real Estate Brokers, 39 Seton Hall L. Rev. 665 (2009).
Panelist, “Data Breach: Responsibilities and Ramifications,” Rutgers University School of Law (Newark), February 26, 2016.
Panelist, “Be Careful Who You ‘Like:’ Ethical and Legal Implications of Social Media in the Workplace,” Seton Hall Law School, February 5, 2012.
Panelist, “Do’s and Don’ts: Legal Risks in Outsourcing-Solutions and Strategies,” Global LPO Conference and Exhibition, Elmhurst, NY, October 12, 2012.
Panelist, “Social Media, Big Data, and Big Brother,” 2012 InfraGard Security Summit, New York City, September 12, 2012.
Panelist, “From Crisis to Catharsis: Cybersecurity and Legal Measures to Respond to, Remediate, and Prevent Data Breaches,” The Masters Conference, Washington D.C., October 2011.
Panelist, “Cybersecurity Law and Policy Conference,” Seton Hall Law School, June 8, 2011.
Panelist, “Virtual Crimes – Real Damages: Challenges Posed by Cybercrimes in the U.S. and Efforts to Combat Cybercriminals,” University of Virginia School of Law, March 3, 2011.
*The New Jersey Super Lawyers Rising Stars list is published by Thomson Reuters; its selection methodology can be found at http://www.superlawyers.com/about/selection_process.html. No aspect of this advertisement has been approved by the Supreme Court of New Jersey.