Jason S. Kanterman

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Phone: 973.218.1111
Fax: 973.218.1106

100 Connell Dr, Suite 2200
Berkeley Heights, New Jersey 07922

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.

Mr. Kanterman is also active in the legal community, serving in several leadership roles for the New Jersey State Bar Association. A strong believer in pro bono work, Jason volunteers his time assisting in prisoner reentry efforts and representing victims of domestic violence.

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 Moot Court Competition, represented the law school on its national mock trial team, served as a teaching and research assistant for Professor J.C. Lore, III, and as a teaching assistant for Professor Pam Jenoff.

Jason will serve as a law clerk to the Honorable Noel L. Hillman of the United States District Court for the District of New Jersey for the 2019-2020 term.


J.D., Rutgers Law School, 2016
cum laude

B.A., Rider University, 2013
Bachelor of Arts in Political Science & Global Studies

Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice

New Jersey
New York (Admission Pending)
United States District Court – District of New Jersey

Professional & Bar Association Memberships

United States District Court for the District of New Jersey
ReNew Camden, Federal Prisoner Reentry Program Volunteer


Complex Litigation

Selected Publications

Jason S. Kanterman and Corey LaBrutto, Interrogatory Practice Under the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure: What is the Basis for the Speculative and Argumentative Objections? Rutgers U. Law Rev. Commentaries (Aug., 2017).
Jason S. Kanterman and Sean P. Fulton, Reviewing the Port Authority of New York & New Jersey’s Whistleblower Protection Plan: Added Protections for Whistleblowers?, Rutgers U. Law Rev. Commentaries (Aug., 2017).
Jason Scott Kanterman, New Jersey Insurance Producer Liability: Attempting to Define the Special Relationship Theory, Rutgers U. Law Rev. Commentaries (Feb., 2017).
Jason S. Kanterman and J.C. Lore, III, Considerations for the Next Administration: Criminal Justice Reform and Prisoner ReEntry, 4 Emory Corp. Governance & Accountability Rev. 201 (Jan., 2017).
Jason Scott Kanterman, Comment, State Constitutional Law—Search and Seizure—Vermont Supreme Court Strikes Down Statute Mandating Production of DNA Sample Prior to Conviction. State v. Medina, 102 A.3d 661 (Vt. 2014). (July 2016).
Jason Scott Kanterman and Jesse Kyle Posey, New Jersey Domestic Violence Law: The Broken “Need Analysis”, Rutgers U. Law. Rev. Commentaries (May, 2016).
Jason Scott Kanterman, A Proposed Solution to The "Right to Counsel" In New Jersey Domestic Violence Litigation, Rutgers J.L. & Pub. Pol’y Region in Rev. Blog (Oct., 2015).


Hon. Noel L. Hillman, U.S.D.J.
United States District Court, District of New Jersey (2019-2020)

Hon. Marie P. Simonelli, J.A.D.
Superior Court of New Jersey, Appellate Division (2016-2017)