Education: Fordham University, Bronx, NY (B.A.), Seton Hall University School of Law, Newark, NJ (J.D.)
Admissions: New Jersey, U.S. District Court for New Jersey, U.S. Supreme Court
Professional Affiliations: Former President of the Trial Attorneys of New Jersey, Former Chairman of the Board of Trustees for the Trial Attorneys of New Jersey, Bencher, The Joseph Halpern American Inn of Court
1974 - 1978: Assistant Prosecutor, Hudson County Prosecutor’s Office, Jersey City, New Jersey
1972 - 1974: In-Court Investigator, Hudson County Prosecutor’s Office, Jersey City, New Jersey
1970 – 1976: Honorably Discharged – United States Army National Guard
SUMMARY OF PRACTICE
Tom Mulcahy has a broad range of litigation and trial experience. A former prosecutor with extensive criminal trial experience, he has tried countless civil matters to verdict. He defends corporations in complex product liability suits, multi-party litigation, premises liability accidents, property claims and employment law matters. He litigates claims in all areas of insurance coverage including first-party property, subrogation, legal, architectural and engineering and broker/agent matters. Tom is frequently retained to litigate claims involving insurance fraud. He handles a variety of commercial litigation matters including suits against corporate officers, employment-related issues, and commercial transactions. He drafts and negotiates employment contracts for highly compensated employees and officers, and has extensive experience in drafting and litigating employment contracts. He has successfully represented plaintiffs in significant personal injury, wrongful death and survivor actions.
Practice Areas: Complex product-liability suits, multi-party construction matters, premises liability, public entity Title 59 defense, property claims, employment matters, insurance coverage and policy disputes, including first-party party, subrogation, legal, architectural, engineering and broker/agent professional liability claims, commercial transactions, personal injury, wrongful death and survivor actions.
"Courage is the most important attribute of a lawyer. It is more important than competence or vision. It can never be an elective in any law school. It can never be de-limited, dated or outworn, and it should pervade the heart, the halls of justice and the chambers of the mind."
- Robert F. Kennedy