Business & Employment Law
Defending the rights of employees
for more than 30 years
Noel C. Crowley
Noel C. Crowley has argued before the United States Supreme Court and other federal and state appellate courts. Crowley launched his practice in Morristown, New Jersey 20 years ago. Prior to establishing his own firm, he was a partner with Bressler, Amery & Ross with offices in New York City and Morristown.
For 15 years he served as Assistant General Counsel for Allied Signal Inc. (now Honeywell International) and its predecessor Bendix Corporation, handling selected lawsuits and antitrust and trade regulation matters. He has handled numerous jury and non-jury lawsuits involving general commercial disputes, employment (including ERISA) litigation, antitrust law, securities law, product liability claims and claims involving trade secrets and copyrights.
Crowley earned his law degree at the University of Virginia where he served as editor of the Virginia Law Review. Rated "a.v" by Martindale-Hubbell.
Michael C. Crowley
Michael C. Crowley has argued numerous times before state and federal appellate courts. Has handled a wide range of jury and non-jury lawsuits in state and federal courts involving commercial disputes, product liability and general civil matters.
Michael was previously associated with Schlussel, Drazin & Geer in Detroit, Michigan. He earned his law degree at the University of Detroit School of Law, where he was twice recognized as "Best Advocate" in Moot Court proceedings.
Scott G. Crowley
Scott G. Crowley focuses on civil and commercial litigation, business organizations, and intellectual property. Recent assignments include jury and non-jury lawsuits in state and federal courts involving privacy claims in the publishing industry, civil rights claims, product liability and personal injury matters, trademark and copyright infringement, and commercial disputes. Involvement in high profile cases led to appearances on national television, including ABC's Good Morning America.
Scott was previously associated with Hunton & Williams in Richmond, Virginia. He earned his law degree at Brigham Young University and served as editor of its Law Review. He served as law clerk to Judge J. Daniel Mahoney of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit in New York City.
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