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Brian Michael Ruditys

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As an associate in Freundlich & Littman’s Litigation department, Mr. Ruditys focuses his practice on personal injury, commercial litigation, and real estate litigation. He is admitted to practice in the commonwealth of Pennsylvania and the State of New Jersey.

Mr. Ruditys earned his Juris Doctorate from Rutgers Law School in May of 2018. During law School Mr. Ruditys interned with the Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas for the Honorable Judge Daniel Anders. In addition to interning with the Court of Common Pleas while in Law School, Mr. Ruditys was a Student Attorney with the Rutgers Law School Domestic Violence Clinic, where he represented survivors of domestic abuse in Final Restraining Order Hearings.

Following Law School Mr. Ruditys Clerked for the Delaware Superior Court for the Honorable Judge Richard F. Stokes. While clerking for the Superior Court of Delaware Mr. Ruditys contributed to judicial opinions concerning various criminal, civil litigation, and real estate matters. Following his year long clerkship in the Delaware Courts, Mr. Ruditys worked for an Insurance Defense Firm in Philadelphia. Now representing injured victims, he brings first-hand knowledge of defendants and their insurance companies to each case he handles. His unique understanding allows him to ensure that each of his clients receives a fair outcome in their case.

Mr. Ruditys earned his bachelor’s degree from Quinnipiac University, in Hamden Connecticut. While at Quinnipiac University Mr. Ruditys was a member of the Universities Division I Baseball program. As a member of the Baseball program Mr. Ruditys earned MAAC conference Academic All-American recognition and participated in charitable organizations such as the March of Dimes.

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