Paul Stuart Haberman, Esq.

Paul Stuart Haberman, Esq.

Law Offices of Paul S. Haberman LLC
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Lecturer Bio

Paul S. Haberman, Esq.  is the principal/owner of the Law Offices of Paul S. Haberman LLC. An accomplished legal writer and veteran of three well-regarded Northeastern law firms, Paul has extensive experience representing individuals, companies, and institutions in the medical, hospitality, retail, consumer, real estate, general business, and sports industries in both federal and state courts, where he has secured nearly 40 victories in dispositive motion practice and a range of favorable outcomes on trial, on appeal, and through negotiation.  He also has experience representing individuals and entities in the aforementioned fields on a range of other business needs. Paul is particularly experienced in the health care industry, where he has represented clients on a wide range of litigation and transactional needs. His experience includes the defense and prosecution of medical malpractice, civil RICO, medical licensing, and insurance fraud cases in both federal and state courts, the drafting and negotiating of medical employment and services agreements so as to comply with applicable laws, and the advising of clients on regulatory health care issues.  Paul, a New York State-licensed boxing manager, the author of over 70 articles on legal and regulatory issues in combat sport, and a frequent lecturer on individual sports contract issues, is also seasoned in the representation of individuals and entities involved in sport. Paul was selected by Super Lawyers to the 2014, 2015, and 2016 “New York Metro Area Rising Stars” list and 2017 “New Jersey Rising Stars” list. Each year, no more than 2.5% of the attorneys in New York or New Jersey are selected by the research team at Super Lawyers to receive that honor.  He lives in Norwood, New Jersey, where he was elected to serve as a Councilman in November 2017, with his wife and two daughters. 

Practice Area

Trial

Courses by Paul Stuart Haberman, Esq.

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Boxing and the Law: Protecting Fighters

Boxers are “fighting” daily against stereotypes and are put in several situations where they cannot use boxing to defend themselves against their opponents. In this course, Sports Law Expert,…

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Dispositive Motions: Practice Makes Perfect

Successful dispositive motions can make or break your case. More importantly, they can save a client money and time.  This seminar focuses on the do and don't in seeking and defending against these…

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Doctors and Details: Perfecting Medical Contract Drafting Skills

The course will serve as a quick primer on the drafting of employment agreements for medical professionals. Presented by lecturer Paul S. Haberman, Esq., the course will be based upon the question of…

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Exploring Non-Circumvention, Non-Compete, and Non-Disclosure Agreements

This course provides an overview of the rationale behind non-circumvention, non-compete and non-disclosure agreements, by exploring the standard elements of each type agreement as well as potential causes…

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Federal Discovery Motion Practice

This course provides and overview on making discovery motions in various different scenarios.  Mr. Haberman navigates the steps you must take to ensure success.  Using different questions, hypotheticals,…

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Making or Breaking a Case: The Inner Workings of Dispositive Motions

Dispositive motions are vital and can often make or break a case entirely, in addition to saving clients’ money and time. In this course, lecturer Paul S. Haberman, Esq. outlines the best methods and…

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Making Sense of the MMAdness

In the still relatively new world of mixed martial arts, the rules guiding this combat sport are still developing as its popularity grows. In this course, lecturer Paul S. Haberman, Esq., a former manager…

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Murky Waters: How to Navigate Discovery Motions

In this course, lecturer Paul S. Haberman, Esq., navigates how to make a discovery motion in state and federal courts, specifically what the first steps need to be as well as covering what needs to be…

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Stepping into the Ring: Representing Athletes in Individualized Sports

A primer on the basics that an attorney should be equipped with for if/when an athlete in an individualized sport (i.e., boxing, mixed martial arts, tennis, golf, etc.) comes into their office with a…

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