Craig represents individuals and businesses in the resolution of a wide variety of commercial disputes. His litigation experience ranges from class actions, breach of contract disputes, and business divorce to estate litigation and intellectual property claims with millions of dollars at stake.
Having participated in complex litigation at both the state and federal level, Craig remains focused on achieving clients’ business objectives and favorably resolving their lawsuits, be it in the courts or through alternate dispute resolution. His work ethic and dedication to those he serves is manifest in his ability to develop persuasive arguments that reflect each client’s tolerance for risk. His consistently excellent work makes him a valuable member of the client team.
Craig is also dedicated to community service. Active in the firm's pro bono program, he has successfully obtained asylum for clients from Honduras and Syria, advocated for detainees in the penal system, and advised charter schools on their internal practices. In addition, he serves as an alumni mentor for Rutgers Law School's Minority Student Program.
Prior to joining the firm, Craig worked as a case manager at Real House Inc. and as a legal assistant at Baker & McKenzie LLP.