Civil Trial & Appellate Litigation in the Federal and State Courts
Appeals to The Supreme Court of New Jersey
Appeals to the United States Third Circuit Court of Appeals
Appeals to the Appellate Division, N.J. Superior Court
United States District Court, D.N.J. -- Litigation, Motions, Discovery
United States Bankruptcy Court -- Complex Litigation, Trials, Voidable Preference Actions, Adversary Proceedings
Law Division, N.J. Superior Court -- Litigation, Motions, Discovery
Chancery Division, N.J. Superior Court -- Litigation, Motions, Discovery
Litigation in the New Jersey State Office of Administrative Law
Corporate & Commercial Litigation
Litigation in Government & Regulatory Law cases
Order to Show Cause litigation and other Emergent Litigation
Removal Litigation in the Federal District Courts
Complex Litigation in Chapter 11 Reorganization before the United States Bankruptcy Court;
Adversary Proceedings in Chapter 7, Chapter 11, Chapter 13 before the United States Bankruptcy Court
Thaddeus R. Maciag Esq. represents corporate and individual clients in civil Trial and Appellate litigation in the State and Federal Courts, including motion practice, trials, plenary hearings, discovery, and other contested matters.
Ted Maciag has argued cases before the Supreme Court of New Jersey, including a landmark decision on the powers of the Governor and the Legislature under State finances law and the New Jersey State Constitution. Mr. Maciag also has several precedent-setting reported decisions in the Appellate Division of New Jersey Superior Court.
THE SUPREME COURT OF NEW JERSEY:
Lance v. McGreevey,180 N.J. 590, 853 A.2d 856 (2004)
Schundler v. Donovan, Schundler v. Hogan, Forrester v. Donovan, 183 N.J. 383, 874 A.2d 506 (2005)
NEW JERSEY APPELLATE DIVISION:
Schundler v. Donovan, Schundler v. Hogan, Forrester v. Donovan,377 N.J.Super. 339, 872 A.2d 1092 (App. Div. 2005).
Oswall v. Tekni-Plex, Inc., 299 N.J. Super. 658, 691 A.2d 889 (App. Div. 1997)
Chen v. Chen, 297 N.J. Super. 480 (App. Div. 1997)
Trust Co. of N.J. v. Planning Board of the Borough of Freehold,. 244 N.J. Super. 553 (App. Div. 1990).
As an experienced courtroom lawyer, Ted Maciag's litigation practice includes representing corporations and individuals at the Federal Courthouses in Newark, Trenton and Camden, N.J.; at the Supreme Court of New Jersey; at the Appellate Division of N.J. Superior Court; and at the Law Division or Chancery Division of N.J. Superior Court at the County Courthouses in Somerset, Hunterdon, Warren, Middlesex, Morris, Monmouth, Ocean, Union, Essex, Hudson, Bergen and Passaic Counties. (Those county courthouses are located in, respectively, Somerville, Flemington, Belvedere, New Brunswick, Morristown, Freehold, Toms River, Elizabeth, Newark, Jersey City, Hackensack and Paterson) .
Ted Maciag has been admitted in State and Federal Courts in New Jersey (D.N.J.), New York (S.D.N.Y., E.D.N.Y.), Pennsylvania (E.D.Pa.) and Illinois (N.D.Ill.), on a pro hac vice basis for special matters. He has been admitted to the Bar in New Jersey (1981 - active), Virginia 1981 - presently inactive) and the District of Columbia (1989 - presently inactive), and has been admitted to the bars of, and has appeared in: the New Jersey Supreme Court, the United States District Court for the District of New Jersey, and the United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit. He is experienced in Removal Litigation, involving the Removal of cases to the Federal Courts.
Ted Maciag has acted as lead counsel in complex internationally litigated cases, coordinating co-counsel at the Palace of Justice at The Hague, The Netherlands, and in the Dutch Courts in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.