James J. Green

James J. Green is a partner in the firm's Mt. Laurel office.  He concentrates his practice in the defense of retail establishments, recreational facilities and restaurants in premises liability, products liability, ADA, weights and measures and consumer fraud actions.  Mr. Green also counsels large and small businesses in contract formation and represents their interests in a variety of litigation-related matters.

James J. Green is a partner in the firm's Mt. Laurel office.  He concentrates his practice in the defense of retail establishments, recreational facilities and restaurants in premises liability, products liability, ADA, weights and measures and consumer fraud actions.  Mr. Green also counsels large and small businesses in contract formation and represents their interests in a variety of litigation-related matters.

Mr. Green also has substantial experience defending veterinarians from malpractice claims involving prized Thoroughbred and Standardbred racehorses.  In June of 2016, he obtained a defense verdict in a highly-publicized veterinary malpractice case following a contentious two week jury trial, in which the horse racing syndicate suing his clients claimed the deceased horse to be worth $3 million.

Prior to joining Cipriani & Werner in 2008, Mr. Green defended insurance companies, businesses and individuals in both liability and workers’ compensation matters at a Philadelphia law firm.

He has been selected by his peers as a New Jersey Super Lawyer – Rising Star in 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016 and 2017.

Mr. Green is a member of the American and Pennsylvania Bar Associations, as well as the Claims and Litigation Management Alliance (CLM).  He is admitted to practice in New Jersey and Pennsylvania.

Mr. Green graduated with honors from Rutgers College with a B.A. in English in 2004, and was a successful Division I athlete in the sport of rowing, competing in both national and international regattas.  He received his J.D. from  Rutgers School of Law – Camden in 2007 where he served as Managing Editor of the Journal of Law and Religion.  He also taught Constitutional Law at Camden High School for the distinguished Marshall-Brennan Fellowship Program.

Recognitions & Seals

Rutgers College (B.A., 2004)

Rutgers School of Law - Camden (J.D., 2007)