Ed Dauber is a partner in the Firm’s Litigation Department and Alternative Dispute Resolution Department, with a major focus on white collar criminal matters. Recognized for his expertise in Business Litigation as one of the Best Lawyers in America (Bet the Company Litigation) and named by his peers as one of the top 100 New Jersey Super Lawyers, he has combined a career of public service and private practice. Prior to his founding of the firm with Mel Greenberg, Mr. Dauber served as Chief of the Fraud Division of the United States Attorney’s Office in New Jersey and thereafter was an advisor to the Attorney General of the United States.
In the early 1990’s, Mr. Dauber again entered the public sector, serving as the Executive Assistant Attorney General and Director of the Division of Law for the State of New Jersey. Mr. Dauber was in charge of the State’s more than four hundred Deputy Attorneys General, representing all state agencies including the Departments of Insurance, Banking and Environmental Protection, and all professional boards.
Mr. Dauber served as Acting Attorney General for Insurance Matters, was chairman of the State’s Interdepartmental Health Fraud Task Force and was honored for his initiatives in the use of Alternative Dispute Resolution by receiving the prestigious Center for Public Resources national award in 1992. He has served on the New Jersey Supreme Court Complementary Dispute Resolution Committee, has been approved as a mediator by both the Federal and State courts, and was a member of the New Jersey Supreme Court Advisory Committee on Judicial Conduct.
Mr. Dauber is a Rutgers College and Harvard Law School graduate and specializes in business litigation, white collar criminal matters, and representation with regard to State and Federal agency and regulatory matters. Mr. Dauber is also available for those seeking Alternative Dispute Resolution.