Areas of Practice
- New York
U.S. District Court, Southern District of New York
U.S. District Court, Eastern District of New York
U.S. District Court , District of New Jersey
- J.D., Seton Hall University School of Law, 2012
- B.A. University of Maryland, 2009
Austin D. O'Malley
Austin O’Malley is an associate with the firm’s Litigation department, focusing primarily on toxic tort and mass tort matters, in addition to construction matters. He assists in representing private corporations, utility companies, and insurance carriers, as well as real estate developers, property owners, and commercial contractors. Austin is involved in various aspects of pre-trial discovery and post-trial matters, as well as throughout the trial itself.
Throughout law school, Austin interned for the Honorable Kevin G. Callahan, Judge for the Superior Court of New Jersey in Hudson County, Criminal Division. In addition, Austin worked full-time during the summers and part-time throughout the school year for a Jersey Shore law firm, focusing mainly on the areas of civil litigation and trusts and estates. Upon completion of law school, Austin served as a law clerk for the Honorable Kenneth J. Grispin, Presiding Judge for the Superior Court of New Jersey in Union County, Civil Division, and the Honorable Alan G. Lesnewich, Judge for the Superior Court of New Jersey in Union Country, Civil Division. Throughout his time as a law clerk, Austin also served as a Court-trained mediator for the Special Civil Division of the Union County Court. Upon completion of his term as a law clerk, Austin practiced at a Monmouth County, New Jersey law firm, where he focused primarily on civil litigation and criminal defense.
Areas of Concentration
- Mass Tort and Toxic Tort defense
- Construction Litigation
Professional & Community Activities
- Member, New York Bar Association
- Member, New Jersey Bar Association
- Member, American Bar Association
- Event Coordinator, Walk the Walk Foundation, 501(c)3 charitable organization focusing on various causes and groups of people throughout New York and New Jersey, including senior citizens and local police and fire fighters.