John Gregorek is Of Counsel and a trial attorney at Ruprecht Hart Ricciardulli & Sherman, LLP. He is admitted to practice in New Jersey and New York, and focuses his practice on high exposure, complex personal injury matters involving railroads, bus operators, electrical utility companies, and New Jersey public entities. He also has substantial experience handling personal injury claims involving motor vehicle accidents, fall down incidents, and negligent security.
John has tried multiple cases to verdict as both first and second chair and has won numerous appeals on behalf of clients for both plaintiffs and defendants. Cases of his that have resulted in published opinions include Moraes v. Wesler, 439 N.J. Super. 375, 376 (App. Div. 2015) and McGlynn v. State, 434 N.J. Super. 23, 26 (App. Div. 2014).
John obtained his bachelor’s degree in economics and business from Lafayette College in 1999 and his J.D. from Seton Hall University School of Law in 2007. During law school, he was a Merit Scholar and co-author of several groundbreaking publications involving the Guantanamo Bay detainees. His work was featured in the national media, relied upon in congressional hearings and submissions to the United States Supreme Court, and earned him the William Patterson Award from the American Constitutional Society as well as a Senior Fellowship in the Seton Hall Center for Policy and Research. Following law school, John clerked for the Honorable James P. Hurley, the Presiding Judge in the Civil Division for Middlesex County.
John enjoys skiing, surfing, playing soccer and spending time with his wife, son and extended family.