CSG Law Welcomes Three Attorneys to Litigation Group

Chiesa Shahinian & Giantomasi PC (“CSG Law”) is pleased to announce that Nicholas A. Grieco, Alyssa E. Spector and Graham K. Staton have joined the firm’s Litigation Group.

Nicholas Grieco joins the firm as a Member, Alyssa Spector as Counsel, and Graham Staton as an associate.

Nicholas focuses his practice on governmental and municipal litigation, commercial and business litigation, insurance defense litigation, tort litigation, corporate general counsel services, mediation and arbitration. Nicholas, who was a partner at a northern New Jersey law firm before joining CSG Law, has extensive experience representing public and private clients in a wide variety of areas including public entity tort liability defense (Title 59), employment litigation defense (LAD and CEPA), and state and federal civil rights defense.

Nicholas has also served as a Mediator, Panelist and Special Master in a number of federal and state litigation matters and he has served on both the Essex County Utilities Authority and the Essex County Improvement Authority as a Commissioner.

Alyssa focuses her practice on appellate law, municipal law, land use, contract disputes and insurance defense, including medical professional liability.

Before joining CSG Law, Alyssa was a partner at a northern New Jersey law firm, and she previously served as an associate at a boutique litigation firm in Essex County. Alyssa also clerked for the Honorable John T. Mullaney, J.S.C., in the Superior Court of New Jersey, Monmouth County.

Graham focuses his practice on defense of matters involving OPRA, Federal and State Constitutional claims, and employment discrimination litigation.

Before joining CSG Law, Graham served as an associate at a northern New Jersey law firm and he clerked for the Honorable Craig R. Harris, J.S.C. in Essex County. He also practiced law with the Rutgers Law Associates Fellowship Program, a general practice firm that serves low-to-moderate income clients in New Jersey.

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