Duane Morris Partner Eric Breslin Appointed to New Jersey Supreme Court Criminal Practice Committee
October 30, 2013
NEWARK, October 30, 2013—Eric Breslin, a partner with law firm Duane Morris LLP, has been appointed to the New Jersey Supreme Court Criminal Practice Committee. Breslin, a litigator in the firm's Newark office, will serve on the committee through August 2015.
The Criminal Practice Committee reviews cases and issues referred to it by the state Supreme Court and makes recommendations regarding revisions and amendments to the New Jersey Rules Governing Criminal Practice. The rules dictate practice and procedure in all criminal proceedings in the state's courts, including the municipal courts.
Breslin concentrates his practice in the areas of white-collar criminal defense work and general commercial litigation, representing a broad range of companies and individuals. He has tried a variety of criminal and civil matters to verdict in state and federal courts in New Jersey and elsewhere. He has also conducted numerous internal investigations for corporate clients.
Breslin is a 1982 graduate, with honors, of George Washington University Law School and a graduate of Oberlin College. He is a former judicial clerk to the Honorable Robert N. Wilentz, Chief Justice of the New Jersey Supreme Court.
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