Brian P.S. McCabe
The definition of luck is ‘the harder you work, the luckier you get’. The attorneys with whom I work are some of the hardest working people I know and will work tirelessly to obtain the best possible result for the client.
- Creditors Rights
- Appellate Practice
- New Jersey State and Federal Courts, 1985
- New Jersey Creditors Bar Association
- National Creditors Bar Association
- J.D., University of Dayton School of Law, 1985
- Albright College, 1982, Cum m Laude
Mr. McCabe is an associate, who for over thirty-four years, has concentrated in the field of litigation. For the last twenty-eight years he has concentrated his practice in the areas of retail and commercial collection, commercial and civil litigation, general litigation, landlord/tenant litigation, and appellate practice related to the area of retail and commercial collections. Mr. McCabe currently serves as the litigation supervisor for the collections department of the firm. He was Law Clerk to the Hon. Paul Bangiola, J.S.C. in the Superior Court of New Jersey, Morris County, from 1985 to 1986.
During my initial six years of practice, I worked for the litigation side of a medium size firm handling all aspects of litigation, including retail and commercial collection, general litigation, commercial litigation, landlord/tenant law as well as criminal and municipal court trials. During that period of time I developed my litigation experience in all areas of law which included a jury trial in which I obtained a hung jury and eventual dismissal in a case of first impression involving homeopathic practitioners and whether they were illegally practicing medicine under a newly passed law. In the upcoming years, my practice shifted more and more to litigation and law related to the areas of retail and commercial litigation. Since 1993 I have concentrated in the areas of retail and commercial collections and litigation and appellate practice related to that area of law. I currently supervise the attorneys and paralegals in the collection department related to the day to day litigation process.
As previously stated, we endeavor to obtain positive results on a daily basis for all of our clients, whether those results arise from settlements, arbitration, trials, or appeals. Two examples of where we obtained exemplary results for our clients in the area of appellate practice are contained in the unreported decisions of CACH of NJ, LLC v. Susan E. Bode, App. Div. A-1137-13T3 and CACH of N.J., LLC v. Carmen V. Diamond, App. Div. A-5511-12T3.