Honors Referral Fees For Referring Attorneys
Earn Referral Fees
Pursuant to the New Jersey Rule of Professional Conduct 1:39-6(d), certified attorneys may pay referral fees to the referring attorney “without regard to services performed or responsibility assumed by the referring attorney.” Our dedicated and experienced team at McOmber McOmber & Luber, P.C. retains the client, assumes all responsibility, and prosecutes the case on your behalf. We consider the client to be your client. Therefore, by referring a case to our team, you earn a fee without performing any services for the client.
If you have a matter or client in which you cannot represent, please contact our Marlton office at 856-980-9800 and our Red Bank office at 732-842-6500, or contact us on our online form. We are more than happy to discuss any referral.
Meet Certified Civil Trial Attorney Armen McOmber
Mr. McOmber is “very excited and truly honored to have been designated as a Civil Trial Attorney by the Supreme Court,” and further noted he is “grateful to [his] colleagues at McOmber McOmber & Luber, P.C., without whom this would not have been possible.”
About Civil Certified Designation
In 1980, the Supreme Court of New Jersey established this certification program in an effort to help provide credibility to a small percentage of those practicing in their particular area of the law–i.e. for the purpose of helping consumers find attorneys with a recognized level of competence in their particular area of law.
The civil cert designation is awarded to attorneys through the Board on Attorney Certification based upon experience, education, knowledge and skill in civil trial law. The standards set by the Supreme Court are high; in fact, the designation is held by only 2% of the practicing attorneys in the state. Specifically, in order to qualify, attorney candidates must do the following:
- Possess an unblemished reputation based on the evaluations of attorney peers and judges who attest to their character;
- Pass a specific written examination concerning the specific area of certification;
- Be in good standing with the New Jersey Bar for at least five years;
- Complete a specific number of continuing legal education courses in the years preceding certification; and
- Demonstrate a “substantial level of involvement” in the preparation of litigated matters.
The certification program was established not only to protect consumers from false advertising but to raise the level of competence in particular areas of law.