Our attorneys earn their reputation every day by navigating a clear, results-driven legal path for our clients.


Much of the representation we provide at Ansell.Law involves zealous advocacy on behalf of clients who find themselves embroiled in a dispute or engaged in or face the prospect of litigation. While we pride ourselves on the skills and acumen of our trial lawyers and our ability to consistently protect or advance our clients’ rights in litigated matters, we also recognize the courtroom is not always the best forum for resolving conflict.

When parties to a dispute and their attorneys seek an alternative to costly and disruptive litigation, Ansell’s Mediation practice group provides them with the opportunity to have their voices heard and issues resolved with the assistance of a seasoned, judicious, and respected third-party neutral.

Our Mediation practice group is led by Retired New Jersey Superior Court Judge Joseph P. Quinn, J.S.C., who brings over two decades of insights, knowledge, and experience from the bench to help parties find negotiated resolutions to their disputes. Judge Quinn served as a New Jersey Superior Court Judge in the Civil, Chancery, and Family Divisions for 23 years, including five years as the Civil Presiding Judge of the Civil Division. He retired in October 2023 as Presiding Judge of the Monmouth County Chancery Division, where he was responsible for all general equity and all contested probate cases. 

During his time on the bench, Judge Quinn presided over and resolved countless cases involving a broad spectrum of issues, including complex business disputes, partnership dissolutions, restrictive covenants, foreclosures, will contests, disputed estate issues, personal injuries, automobile accidents, medical negligence, insurance issues, contract claims, land use matters, and employment disputes.

Known for his fairness and thoughtful approach, Judge Quinn offers individuals and entities a forum where they can respectfully exchange their perspectives, assert their positions, and work collaboratively to find an equitable, efficient, and conclusive resolution to their dispute.

Please contact Judge Quinn to learn more about mediation services at Ansell.Law.

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