· American Bar Association
- Member - Forum on Franchising
· New Jersey Bar Association
- Franchise Law Committee
· Hunterdon County Bar Association
· Material Handling Society of New Jersey
· "The Impact of the New Jersey Franchise Practices Act on Contracts," New Jersey Lawyer Magazine, December 2012
· "Qualifying for Protection of the New Jersey Franchise Practices Act," New Jersey Business Magazine, June 2011
· "The New Jersey Franchise Practices Act Now Protects More Businesspeople as Franchisees," Commerce, Summer 2010
· "New Jersey Franchise Practices Act Expanded to Cover Wholesale Distribution Warehouses," Material Handling Society of New Jersey Newsletter, March 2010
· "Succession Planning Opportunites," Forkliftaction.com, May 2009
· "When dealer termination and bankruptcy collide," Forkliftaction.com, April 2009
· "Protections Under State Franchise Laws," Forkliftaction.com, March 2009
· "Are You Protected by the NJ Franchise Practices Act," Material Handling Society of New Jersey Newsletter, January 2009
· "Supreme Court Upholds Employer's Right To Determine Whether Employee is Satisfactory," Labor & Employment Law Alert, March 2003
· "2011 Business Law Symposium," New Jersey Institute for Continuing Legal Education and New Jersey State Bar Association Business Law Section, Renaissance Woodbridge Hotel, Iselin, New Jersey, April 8, 2011
· "Developments in Constructive Termination Law," New Jersey State Bar Association Franchise Law Committee, April 28, 2010
· "Hot Legal Issues in this Economy for Material Handling & Industrial Equipment Businesses," Norris McLaughlin & Marcus, P.A., Bridgewater, New Jersey, June 16, 2009
· "What Franchisees Need To Know To Avoid or Survive Franchise Termination," NMM Client Seminar, November 1, 2007
· Maintainco, Inc. v. Mitsubishi Caterpillar Forklift America, Inc., 408 N.J. Super. 461 (App. Div. 2009)
· Friends Retirement Concepts v. Bd. of Educ. Borough of Somerville, 356 N.J. Super. 203, 811 A.2d 962 (Law Div. 2002)
Jeremy I. Silberman, a member of the firm, practices in the Litigation Group. Jeremy counsels and represents clients in a wide range of contract issues, including franchise terminations, construction claims, equipment lease violations, and landlord-tenant disputes.
Jeremy has assisted business owners on a diverse range of business law issues. Using the extensive resources of Norris McLaughlin & Marcus, Jeremy is able to help clients with virtually all of their legal needs including general contract issues, employment law matters, tax problems, and real estate concerns.
In the franchise terminations area, Jeremy recently assisted in obtaining a multi-million dollar judgment on behalf of an industrial equipment dealer fighting the loss of its exclusive sales territory and termination of its franchise. Jeremy has worked with many equipment dealers, parts distributors, and food industry franchisees. He also assists franchisees in reviewing and negotiating franchise agreements and renewals.
Jeremy is experienced in handling leasing disputes for commercial landlords. He also represents both owners and contractors in preparing construction contracts and resolving construction claims, including consumer fraud actions.
Jeremy is a member of the New Jersey State Bar Association Franchise Law Committee and the American Bar Association Forum on Franchising. He is also a member of the Hunterdon County Bar Association and the Material Handling Society of New Jersey.
Prior to joining Norris McLaughlin & Marcus, Jeremy was a supervising staff attorney at Essex-Newark Legal Services where he was responsible for litigating the housing rights of low-income tenants.