New York Litigation Lawyers

Bertollini & O’Reilly is a law firm in New York focusing on national and International civil litigation. Our Attorneys have many years of experience in representing private clients and corporations in a variety of cases in the New York and New Jersey Courts.

Simone Bertollini holds law degrees in both Italy and the United States. His unique academic background and International experience allow him to handle the most complex transnational matters involving U.S. and Italian laws. Simone is a member of both the New York and New Jersey Bar, and has handled dozens of civil and criminal cases. In the first ever “click fraud” criminal trial, Simone obtained a “not guilty” verdict on all the felony charges. See U.S. v. Gasperini, 16-cr-441 (EDNY).

Paul O’Reilly is licensed in both New York and New Jersey. Paul has handled hundreds of cases in the past 10 years. After graduating from the University of Syracuse College of Law, he has concentrated his practice on civil litigation, representing clients in business, real estate, and personal injury matters.

Areas of practice

We handle a variety of litigation cases, including appellate matters. We have represented large corporations in national and international business litigation suits, such as breach of contract, injunctions, enforcement of foreign judgments and collection cases.

We also handle Internet & Cybercrime cases. We protect the online reputation of individuals and corporation against defamatory material posted on the Internet. We represent clients in Copyright infringement cases. We defend individuals accused of hacking and other civil violations under the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (CFAA).

Finally, we represent clients in Civil, Criminal, and Immigration Appeals. Paul has submitted appeals and briefs to the Appellate Division of the Superior Court of New Jersey on a diverse range of issues. Simone has filed and argued Federal appeals on behalf of corporate and private clients.

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