Andrew S. Berns has been recognized by:
- New Jersey Super Lawyers 2018
- New Jersey Super Lawyers 2017
- New Jersey Super Lawyers 2016
- New Jersey Super Lawyers 2015
- New Jersey Super Lawyers 2014
- New Jersey Super Lawyers 2013
Andrew S. Berns is a partner and Chair of Einhorn Harris’ Commercial Litigation practice.
As such, Mr. Berns oversees the firm’s non-matrimonial litigation practice areas which include commercial litigation, labor and employment law and construction litigation.
Mr. Berns has significant experience in litigating all complex commercial and civil cases, construction cases, employment matters and personal injury cases and has tried cases in the United States Federal District Court for the District of New Jersey, Superior Court of New Jersey, Law and Chancery Divisions, and the New Jersey Administrative Law Courts.
Mr. Berns maintains trial experience in the following areas: defamation; complex commercial disputes; will contests and other probate matters; construction litigation; employment law and litigation involving professional, medical, accounting and legal entities; personal injury; medical and accounting malpractice; and products liability, both plaintiff and defense. He regularly represents construction companies and contractors in Prevailing Wage Act disputes.
Mr. Berns represented one of two successful plaintiffs in a defamation law suit that produced one of the largest private judgments awarded for defamation in New Jersey history.
Mr. Berns also maintains a practice in the area of Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR). He is a Rule 1:40 Qualified Mediator and has participated in multi-party litigation in State and Federal Courts resulting in multi-million dollar settlements in complex commercial matters through Arbitration, Mediation and as an advocate on behalf of commercial clients.
He is past-Chair the New Jersey State Ethics Commission as appointed by Governor Chris Christie; a position in which he served from 2010-2017. Read the Question/Answer Interview in the Daily Record, October 10, 2010. He was also appointed to the Rutgers University Board of Trustees where he served for the years 2012 and 2014.