Mary Sue Henifin is an experienced litigator who represents individuals and corporations in a wide array of legal and business matters.
Clients rely on her significant experience to handle complex business disputes in state and federal courts in New Jersey, New York, California, Pennsylvania and Connecticut, including contract, intellectual property, employment, health care, tax, real estate, environmental, and white-collar matters.
Her work and experience include internal investigations, regulatory matters, mediations, arbitrations and due diligence. Many of her matters involve complex technical facts and issues and corporate counseling on risk management and strategy.
She is a sought-after speaker and lecturer on the use of expert witnesses and other trial evidence issues to state and federal bar and judicial organizations across the country. She has chaired programs for the Institute of Continuing Legal Education on litigation and expert witness issues and has taught Business Law and Ethics in the MBA Program at Rider University.
She co-wrote chapters on toxicology for the Reference Manual on Scientific Evidence, a treatise for federal court judges published by the Federal Judicial Center, which is frequently cited in both state and federal court opinions. Mary Sue also co-authored the New Jersey Trial and Evidence Treatiseand the New Jersey Brownfields Law.
Prior to entering private practice, Mary Sue served for three years as a deputy attorney general for the state of New Jersey, where she prosecuted complex environmental and white-collar criminal matters.
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