Jeremy E. Abay
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Mr. Jeremy E. Abay works on the firm's complex cases, concentrating
his practice in
healthcare fraud (qui tam),
class action, consumer fraud, insurance law and other areas of litigation.
He is licensed to practice in Pennsylvania and New Jersey. Federal court
admissions include the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, the District
of New Jersey and Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit.
Mr. Abay develops high-value cases and assists clients in navigating complex
litigation. He represents whistleblowers, employees and consumers with
claims of corporate malfeasance. He often collaborates with assistant
attorney generals in prosecuting healthcare fraud.
Mr. Abay has served as an adjunct professor at Rutgers School of Law in
Camden. He recently returned to his law school alma mater to teach deposition advocacy.
In addition to his litigation experience, Mr. Abay gained unique insight
into corporate compliance programs while working for Fortune 500 companies,
including John & Johnson and Barclays Capital. He acquired knowledge
of municipal liability while working for the City Attorney's Office
in New Orleans, Louisiana.
He is a member of the American Bar Association, New Jersey Association
for Justice and American Health Lawyers Association.
Mr. Abay graduated
cum laude from Rutgers University in New Brunswick, New Jersey. He attended Rutgers
School of Law in Camden, New Jersey as a merit-based scholarship recipient.
During law school, he served as research assistant to Dean and Professor
Adam Scales, analyzing emerging trends in tort theory and insurance law.
He also participated in many pro bono programs like the Financial Literary Project.
Mr. Abay was awarded the Don F. D’Aqui Esquire Memorial Award, which
is presented to the law student achieving the highest average in and displaying
the greatest aptitude for the law of torts.