Jeremy J. Zacharias, RPLU
Areas of Practice
Jeremy is a member of the Professional Liability Department where he represents and defends attorneys, accountants, insurance producers, corporate directors and officers, and financial institutions, among other clients.
Jeremy also represents clients in privacy and data breach matters and handles cases involving intellectual property, copyright and trademark infringement, as well as trade secret, trade dress technology and media-related litigation.
He is an active member of the Professional Liability Underwriting Society (PLUS) where he is an alumnus of its Leadership and Mentoring Program (LAMP). Through PLUS, Jeremy achieved his Registered Professional Liability Underwriting (RPLU) Certification. He also completed training at PLUS University and served as a member of a PLUS task force to revitalize curriculum and to address current trends in the professional liability insurance marketplace. Jeremy is also an active member of Future PLUS and serves on its Leadership Committee and the Mid Atlantic Chapter Committee.
Jeremy graduated magna cum laude from Drexel University's LeBow College of Business. He earned his juris doctor from Rutgers University School of Law, graduating cum laude and in the top 15 percent of his class.
He is an active member of the New Jersey State, Camden County, and Burlington County Bar Associations. He is a frequent guest speaker at his alma mater, Rutgers University School of Law, on topics including professionalism and career development. He is also active in the Knights of Columbus organization in his community.
Jeremy is admitted to the bars of the states of New Jersey and Pennsylvania and is admitted to practice in federal court in the District of New Jersey.
"Strategy is Key for Opening Statements and Closing Arguments," New Jersey Lawyer, June 2021
"The Impact of COVID-19 on the Global IPO Marketplace," PLUS Blog, March 15, 2021
"The Liability of Trial Counsel for Strategic and Tactical Judgments Made During Trial," New Jersey Law Journal Professional Malpractice Supplement (page 6), January 13, 2020
“Attorneys’ Ignorance of New Jersey’s eCourts System Is No Defense to Failure to Follow the Amended New Jersey Court Rules,” Defense Digest, Vol. 25, No. 3, September 2019
"How to Avoid Liability For Your Clients' Representations," New Jersey Law Journal, Professional Malpractice Supplement, January 9, 2019
“Counsel Fees: When an Attorney’s Pledge of Anticipated Counsel Fees Can Be Considered an Account Receivable,” Defense Digest, December 2018, Vol. 24, No. 4
"The Immunity of Attorneys for the Occasional Bad Result," New Jersey Law Journal, Professional Malpractice Supplement, January 15, 2018
Case Law Alerts, regular contributor, January 2018-present
When Attorney Fees Can Be Awarded in Legal Mal Actions Brought by Non-Clients," New Jersey Law Journal, January 24, 2017
“The Implications of New Jersey’s Limitation of the Fee Shifting Standards,” Defense Digest, Vol. 22, No. 3, September 2016
"Are New Jersey Courts Modifying the Affidavit of Merit Requirements in Professional Malpractice Cases?," Defense Digest, Vol. 21, No. 2, June 2015
"RPLU Designee Testimonials - An Interview With Jeremy Zacharias," PLUS Publishing, March 2022
"Interview With LAMP Alumni," PLUS Blog, September 21, 2020
Jeremy represented an indigent defendant facing prison time for violating a final restraining order for contacting his ex-girlfriend in Gloucester County, New Jersey. Jeremy was able to obtain a dismissal of this case since his client had no prior violations and was able to maintain steady employment.
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