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Norton, one of the highest-rated attorneys and mediators in the State of New Jersey, announced the membership as part of a new focus on his online presence.
Woodland Park, NJ (PRWEB) February 12, 2014
New Jersey native Harry Norton hopes to continue his outstanding work as an attorney and a mediation professional. Thats why he recently determined to establish and expand his online presence by joining Mediation.coms network of attorney-mediators.
Ive been practicing law for more than 35 years, and in that time Ive learned that serving your clients and community means offering every option available, especially if it means a quicker, more affordable and more satisfactory resolution to the case, said Norton. Mediation is always one of those options and I vigorously advocate for it when I feel it can provide a better result for my clients. As someone who continues to actively practice, it is my belief that I can provide litigants service as a mediator that will assist them in resolving their matters short of full-blown litigation.
Norton is a Certified Mediator in New Jersey, in civil, general equity and probate actions. He also serves on the Mediation Panel of the US District Court of New Jersey. His practice is based in insurance defense, Title 59 litigation, employment and civil rights matters both on state and federal level.
A graduate of Seton Hall University School of Law, Norton is a published author on insurance and motor vehicle law. He has also been awarded the AV Preeminent Attorney designation by Martindale-Hubbell and was chosen as a New Jersey Super Lawyer in the years 2012-2014. He is admitted to practice in New Jersey and New York; the US District Court; the US Court of Appeals, Third Circuit; and the US Supreme Court.
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