Leslie L. Phiefer, Esq.
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- Associate Attorney
- Fazzio Law Offices
- 5 Marine View Plaza, Ste. 218
Hoboken, NJ 07030
- (201) 529-8024
Leslie is a civil litigator with over 22 years of experience. She is a client-centered counselor who provides sound advice to her clients in the office and zealously advocates for them in the courtroom. She also represents small business owners with commercial loan transactions, real estate closings, asset/stock purchase transactions and helps our bsuiness clients with all of their other contract preparation, negotiation, and enforcement needs. She also helps our business clients navigate municipal governance and contracting matters. Leslie is well versed in complex discovery and eDiscovery issues in commercial litigation and with cost-saving Alternative Dispute Resolution ("ADR").
At Fazzio Law Offices, Leslie handles a wide range of civil litigation matters including foreclosure defense matters, family law matters, bankruptcies, and civil defense litigation in State and Federal Court. Leslie also represents individuals and small business in reaching settlements with the IRS, the State of New Jersey, and other regulatory bodies.
Leslie worked for several year representing New Jersey homeowners and borrowers as a consumer defense attroney at Northeast New Jesey Legal Services, where she handled contested cases and trials for consumer borrowers facing foreclosure and other creditor actions. Leslie has also worked for plaintiff's side foreclosure firms such as Stern, Lavinthal & Frankeberg, LLC, Pressler and Pressler, LLP and Pellegrino & Feldstien, LLC.
Leslie's civil litigation experience also extends to contract and tort disputes, commercial litigation, intellectual property lawsuits, land use matters, and other varieties of financial services litigation.
Leslie graduated from Seton Hall University School of Law, where she served as the Editor-in-Chief of the Seton Hall Legislative Journal and graduated cum laude.
"To Help or Not to Help: Assisted Suicide and its Moral, Ethical and Legal Ramifications," 18 Seton Hall Legisl. J. 728 (1994).