Mark_Hall
Livingston, NJ
T: 973.863.7634
F: 973.994.3375
MHall@morganlawfirm.com
Practice Areas

Commercial Litigation

Commercial Motor Vehicle Defense

Employment Litigation Defense

Insurance Coverage and Bad Faith Litigation Defense

Personal Injury Defense

Product Liability and Toxic Tort Defense

Professional Liability Defense

Mark T. Hall, Associate

Mark handles complex civil litigation and specializes in litigating insurance coverage disputes in the trial and appellate courts in New Jersey and New York. He regularly represents insurers in coverage disputes involving construction defects, personal and commercial automobile liability, environmental damage, property damage, bodily injury, personal injury, advertising injury, product defect, additional insurance, indemnification, bad faith and fraud claims. In addition, his practice includes the defense of insureds in these areas of liability.

In addition to his litigation practice, Mark has extensive experience in providing opinions to insurers on coverage issues involving all types of insurance policies. Clients have also called upon him to review policy forms for compliance and to author endorsements for insurance for the construction and trucking industries.

Prior to beginning his legal career, Mark had a successful career in criminal justice, with distinguished service in the following civilian and military law enforcement agencies: Corrections Officer at Florida State Prison, 1995-1999; Duty Officer with the Florida Marine Patrol, 1993-1995; and Military Police Patrolman with the United States Marine Corps, 1987-1993.

Work Experience

Associate, Morgan Melhuish Abrutyn, 2001-Present

Bar Admissions

New Jersey

New York

US District Court for the District of New Jersey

US District Court for the Southern District of New York

US Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit

Education

JD, with honors, University of Florida, 2001

BA, magna cum laude, University of North Florida, 1999

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