Barry S. Crane Esq.
Barry S. Crane is an associate a member of its Litigation Department and Corporate Department, where he largely works with the firm’s healthcare, construction, and transportation clients. As a skilled negotiator and litigator, Mr. Crane prides himself on providing his clients with quality, practical, and results-oriented legal services in matters involving commercial real estate, construction law, consumer fraud, debt collection, corporate law, landlord-tenancy law, land-use law, complex civil litigation, and special civil litigation.
Mr. Crane is also experienced in resolving Employer Shared Responsibility Payment disputes with the Internal Revenue Service and in litigating unemployment insurance payment disputes.
Prior to joining the firm, Mr. Crane was an associate at a general-practice law firm in Monmouth County, where he maintained a diverse caseload of litigation matters, and simultaneously, a heavy day-to-day transactional practice centric on real estate, liquor licensing, corporate transfers and acquisitions.
Mr. Crane also served as a Judicial Law Clerk for the Honorable Paul X. Escandon, Presiding Judge of the New Jersey Superior Court’s Special Civil Part in Monmouth County, where he assisted in the adjudication of all special civil, small claims, and landlord-tenant claims filed in the County, and all motions practice therefor.
Prior to graduating from Touro Law Center, Mr. Crane was a member of the Honor’s Program, Moot Court Team, and Mock Trial Team and Unemployment Action Center from. Mr. Crane is also a David Berg Fellow (2014) and Public Interest Law Fellow (2013), and is the recipient of the Award for Exemplary Contributions to the Quality of Student Life at Touro Law Center (2015).
Mr. Crane also served as a Law Assistant for the Suffolk County District Attorney’s Office, and interned with the Office of the New York State Attorney General, United States Attorney’s Office, the County Attorney’s Office (Suffolk, NY), and the Chambers of the Honorable Mark D. Cohen, New York Supreme Court Justice.