Philip Mazur is an experienced attorney focusing on complex commercial litigation. Having studied political science and philosophy, he earned his Bachelor’s degree from Rutgers College in 1996. Three years later, he graduated from the same university’s law school with high honors. Philip Mazur began his career as a clerk for Justice Long of the New Jersey Supreme Court. In this position, he gained litigation experience while working with some of the most respected and experienced attorneys in the state. Philip Mazur began to focus on commercial, employment, and shareholder litigation during his time with Drinker Biddle, LLP. In 2003, he accepted a position with Orloff, Lowenbach, Stifelman & Siegel, where he worked with New Jersey "Superlawyer" Laurence B. Orloff. In his capacity within this firm, Philip Mazur gained further expertise in complicated commercial litigation. In 2009, he used his previous experience in commercial disputes to found his own firm. With The Law Offices of Philip E. Mazur, he concentrates on litigation involving shareholders, partners, employment disputes, and closely held entities. Philip E. Mazur serves all types of companies, from smaller entities to multi-million dollar corporations. His company has successfully litigated numerous cases because he understands both shareholders’ and companies’ needs. In an effort to better acquaint shareholders and company figures with legal matters, he provides a page with detailed answers to frequently asked questions on his office’s website, PhilMazurLaw.com. Philip Mazur also provides a comprehensive list of his litigation successes on his website. Among these victories is the negotiation of buyout terms beneficial to both parties in a commercial real estate case. He also obtained favorable settlements in a major class action lawsuit. He has successfully resolved many similar cases.