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Judge Marina Corodemus (Ret.) Named Woman Leader in the Law
Mass Tort ADR Firm Managing Partner Selected for Inaugural Issue of ALM and Martindale-Hubbell’s™ New Jersey Women Leaders in the Law
Judge Corodemus was chosen based on her prominence as a judge, attorney, special master and ADR professional. She has more than a decade of experience on the bench as New Jersey’s sole mass tort Judge. Her record includes adjudicating some of the most important mass tort, product liability and environmental contamination cases in the U.S. in the past three decades. A sampling of these cases includes: Fen-phen Diet Drug, Rezulin, Durham Woods Pipe Line Explosion, Talalia v. Cooper Tire and Toms River Ciba Geigy Cancer Cluster cases.
Earlier in 2012, Judge Corodemus was named the Best Individual Mediator by The National Law Journal and her ADR firm was ranked among the leading ADR providers in the nation.
“Judge Corodemus is truly worthy of this recognition,”
Judge Corodemus is the director of ADR practice at Corodemus & Corodemus. She is a highly regarded special master for federal and state courts, handling class actions, mass torts, environmental contaminations, natural resource damages, products liability, consumer fraud and serious aggregate litigation. Judge Corodemus is a member of the ALI Aggregate Litigation Advisor Committee, sat on the board and executive board of the Sedona Conference and is an adjunct professor at Rutgers Law School in Newark, N.J. She has previously been honored with the Middlesex County Outstanding Lawyer Achievement Award and the NJ ICLE Outstanding Service Award.
Corodemus & Corodemus, L.L.C. provides alternative dispute resolution (ADR) services in general, mass tort, class action and multidistrict litigation (MDL) nationwide while achieving the highest ideals of justice, professionalism and quality service. The firm provides neutral ADR professionals, special masters and experts in arbitration, mediation and complex civil litigation management. The firm’s practitioners are free of bias, prejudice, conflict or restrictions, know the law, understand financial values, practice sound case management and apply common sense to the matters before them. For more information, visit www.ccesqs.com.