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Ira E. Dorfman - New York & New Jersey Construction Lawyer

Ira E. Dorfman - Central New Jersey Commercial Construction Lawyer

Ira E. Dorfman

Associate

10000 Lincoln Drive East, Suite 202

Marlton, NJ 08053

Phone:     (856) 350-6060 ext. 40
Fax:     (856) 751-1677

idorfman@contractorlawoffices.com

Ira Dorfman focuses his practice on construction law litigation. Mr. Dorfman draws his extensive litigation experience from his time as an Assistant District Attorney with the Queens County District Attorney’s Office in New York.

As an Assistant District Attorney for six years with the Queens County District Attorney’s Office in New York, Mr. Dorfman worked as a prosecutor, handling cases in the Criminal Court Bureau, Appeals Bureau, Homicide Investigations Bureau, and the Career Criminal Major Crime Trial Bureau.  He has tried numerous felony jury trials to verdict as well as argued before the Appellate Division, Second Department on multiple occasions. Mr. Dorfman also served as the lead investigator and a member of the prosecution trial team in the second capital case to be prosecuted in Queens County.

Mr. Dorfman’s extensive litigation experience and focus on construction law makes him a valuable asset to any project.

Education:
B.S., SUNY Albany, 1989;
J.D., Brooklyn Law School, 1992

Bar Admission:
New York - 1993  United States District Court of New York,
Eastern District - 2003
United States District Court of New York, Southern District - 2003
New Jersey - 2006

The New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania Construction Attorneys at Steven A. Berkowitz & Associates, P.C. focus exclusively on meeting the legal needs of contractors, architects, engineers and owners in the construction industry. We help clients with the bidding process, claims, contract formation, construction litigation, and labor issues in New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania. To discuss your case, call (856) 350-6060 today or fill out our free case review form.

The client is the most important part of our business.
The client is not dependent on us; we are dependent on him.
The client is not an interruption in our work; he is the purpose of it.
The client is not an outsider to our business; he is a part of it.