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Brian Dunwald 11/3/2016
Stellar attorney, in general practice, yet expert at any battle he attempts and wins. He is an invaluable resource for the last 25 years, and who has a honest view of the practical nature of his profession, yet unrestrained by fear of the "big" law firms.
Dr. Stephen L. Newman
I have used Mr. Brady's services for two court matters. He was very professional and knowledgeable, and I was very pleased with the outcome in both cases. I highly recommend hiring James P. Brady if you need an attorney.
Aimee C. - A Traffic Offense Client
James Brady handled our real estate transactions for the purchase of our homes. I highly recommend his practice. He has been our attorney for many years.
Michelle Budaj Intintola
Mr. Brady saved me a tremendous amount of inconvenience, time, and money! Top notch, top notch!
Tom G. - A Criminal Defense Client
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Jamez - A Criminal Defense Client
When I met Mr. Brady I was very Impressed with his Stature and Mannerisms...He was very well dressed and quite knowledgeable about my problem and represented me in quite the fashion I could not believe...THANK YOU again Mr. Brady...Thank You for making me feel comfortable and competent that you will be able to handle my case...It was a Victory for me...I will Recommend you to Anyone who needs Real help...
James - Criminal Defense Client
I have had a number of occasions where I have utilized the professional legal services of James P. Brady. He has represented me and/or my company in a number of litigations and I have always found his services to be highly professional, knowledgeable, and well worth the fees charged. His skills at grasping and understanding the issues on my behalf (and in my case many of the issues where of a highly technical nature); preparing and filing the necessary documents; negotiating with opposing attorneys; and trial representation were of the highest caliber. I would recommend Mr. Brady without hesitation.
Joseph Harris, President - ADPC, Inc.
Through his persistence and legal acumen, some very serious charges against me (I was innocent) were dismissed.
A Criminal Defense Client
"Judge blasts Mack aide as city tech flap ends chapter"
"TRENTON - Trenton's information technology fiasco ended yesterday with Judge Linda Feinberg having the last say.
And what Feinberg said was "Anthony Roberts is unqualified to evaluate bids, and his actions are suspicious."
Feinberg blasted Roberts, an aide to Mayor Tony Mack, as well as other members of Mack's administration before ruling that all the bids be tossed and that the city must start from scratch and re-bid the IT contract.
ADPC lost its longtime contract with the city when it was undercut by Lynx, the firm favored by Mack and tied to "The Apprentice" star and famed black business advocate Randal Pinkett.
City Council initially awarded the contract to ADPC, but in a second vote -- with Pinkett in the house -- reversed that decision and awarded the contract to two-year-old Lynx. The 5-2 vote was split along racial lines.
On Feb. 18, Feinberg tossed the Lynx bid, saying, "this is sloppy, and this bid, if properly evaluated in the first place, would not have made it to council for a vote one time, let alone two times."
Feinberg called ADPC's lawyer, James P. Brady of Toms River, "the best, most terrific lawyer to have ever argued a case before (her) in 25 years on the bench."
Feinberg did not find fault with city attorneys Marc McKithen and Peter Cohen, saying, "I have no problem with the city attorneys. The Mack administration should have thrown this bid out as soon as they received it. I find fault with their decision-making; this process did not follow the law."
Feinberg ruled that ADPC's contract is valid until the end of Trenton's 2010 fiscal year - - June 30, 2011. She also ordered that all of the bids be tossed due to Roberts' incompetence, and that the contract be sent out for bid again.
The judge warned city attorneys not to create an emergency or they would find themselves right back in her courtroom.
After the hearing, ADPC CEO Joe Harris said, "We believe the decision goes a long way toward restoring propriety to the IT contracting process in the City of Trenton.
In a statement, Mack spokeswoman Lauren Ira said, "The city of Trenton will honor its existing contract with ADPC, which ends on June 30, 2011. Before the contract expires, the administration will make a final determination to either renew our existing contract or engage new prospective service providers."
REPRINTED FROM "THE TRENTONIAN" MARCH 12, 2011 BY ROBERT CHILSON
We bought a home on the water, and we chose to use James P. Brady to represent us in the purchase of waterfront / lagoon property in Ocean County. His expertise saved us from additional expenses of a riparian lease because a riparian grant was never exercised by the owner and pointed out that the sellers title insurance would pay for the riparian grant. We now enjoy a new 50' dock for our boat "MY TIME" along with a riparian grant from the State of New Jersey for the land under the dock. Great catch.
Robert - A Real Estate Client
Mr. Brady has represented me on several occasions and has also given me other attorneys that he recommended in other situations. The results have always been beneficial to me, and has always given a level of comfort needed in legal situations.