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Matthew A. Sebera

Location: Newark, New Jersey
Phone: 973-854-6718
Fax: 973-596-1781
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Matthew A. Sebera is an associate attorney at Ehrlich, Petriello, Gudin & Plaza who focuses his practice primarily on landloard-tenant matters and civil litigation, including commercial and family law disputes. Mr. Sebera strives in his practice to provide vigorous and efficient representation tailored to each client's particular needs and goals. Mr. Sebera graduated magna cum laude from Rutgers University in 2011 and attended Fordham University School of Law where he graduated cum laude in 2014. Mr. Sebera is admitted to practice in New Jersey and regularly appears before Superior and Muicipal courts throughout the state as advocate for a diverse range of corporate and individual clients. He is also an active member of the New Jersey State Bar Association.

Areas of Practice

  • Civil Litigation
  • Landlord/Tenant
  • Family Law

Bar Admissions

  • New Jersey, 2014

Education

  • Fordham University School of Law New York, New York
    • J.D. - Cum Laude - 2014
  • Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Jersey
    • B.A. - Magna cum laude - 2011
    • Major: English

Professional Associations and Memberships

  • New Jersey Bar, Member 2014 - Present

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