Mr. Kanterman is a problem solver, dedicated to helping his clients navigate complex civil and criminal matters, and focused on achieving innovative and practical results. Mr. Kanterman works diligently to identify all viable options for achieving the client’s desired outcomes, and is prepared to counsel clients, both plaintiffs and defendants, in pre-litigation resolution, alternative dispute resolution, and if necessary, through trial and appeal.
Before joining Stone & Magnanini, Mr. Kanterman served as a law clerk to the Honorable Marie P. Simonelli of the Superior Court of New Jersey, Appellate Division, where he worked on various legal topics, including complex whistleblower and insurance issues. Before that, he was a law clerk at White and Williams LLP, a large regional law firm, where he worked on insurance coverage litigation and complex products liability matters, including an internationally recognized defective product case involving a Scandinavian furniture maker.
Mr. Kanterman actively publishes on a number of legal topics, and his scholarship has appeared in some of the nation’s leading law reviews and most widely-used trial advocacy textbooks, with articles featured by the Rutgers University Law Review, the Rutgers Journal of Law and Public Policy, and the Emory Corporate Governance and Accountability Review. Topics on which Jason has published include federal civil litigation, whistleblower litigation, insurance producer liability, state constitutional law, criminal law, and statutory interpretation.
Jason graduated with honors from Rutgers Law School, where he was Business Editor of the Rutgers University Law Review, received a best-brief award for his work in the Hunter M