Kevin J. Duffy assists clients in all types of commercial litigation matters. He has also served as an adviser to several public entities and nonprofit organizations, providing legal counsel with respect to various regulatory and legislative issues.
Kevin is committed to pro bono representation. In one matter, Kevin successfully argued before the Supreme Court of New Jersey for his client’s constitutional right to a jury trial in the Special Civil Part of the Superior Court of New Jersey.
Prior to joining Day Pitney, Kevin practiced in the areas of commercial litigation, government affairs, and municipal law. Kevin served as law clerk to the Honorable Jane Grall, Judge of the Appellate Division of the Superior Court of New Jersey, and to the Honorable Maurice J. Gallipoli, Assignment Judge of the Superior Court of New Jersey, Hudson Vicinage.
Successfully argued before the Supreme Court of New Jersey for a litigant’s right to a jury trial in the Special Civil Part of the Superior Court of New Jersey
Successfully defended a factoring company against a fraudulent transfer claim for which the plaintiff was seeking in excess of $6 million in damages
Successfully obtained judgment against municipal entity for failure to pay the outstanding balance on a contract for construction of a municipal parking garage
Successfully obtained summary judgment dismissing wrongful arrest claims asserted against municipal police department on the basis of immunity
Successfully defended a prevailing solid waste bidder against challenge filed by a competing bidder whose bid was rejected for its inclusion of a defective consent of surety
magna cum laude2007
Recipient of a Day Pitney Coleman Award for his commitment to pro bono and public service, 2017