Prior to joining Marshall Dennehey, Julia was a litigator for 12 years. Most recently, she was senior corporate counsel at Quest Diagnostics Incorporated, the nation's leader in providing diagnostic testing, information and services. While at Quest, Julia oversaw defense counsel throughout the United States and Canada in handling the company's professional negligence claims.
Julia spent several years coaching students at Seton Hall School of Law who represented the law school at national moot court competitions. She has also lectured for the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey and MD Advantage Insurance Company.
Julia graduated cum laude from The University of North Carolina at Charlotte, with a degree in criminal justice. She was then employed as a paralegal while she attended Seton Hall School of Law. She received her juris doctor in 1994.
Julia is admitted to the New Jersey Bar and the United States District Court for the District of New Jersey.
•In a Case With Multiple Defendants, What Issues Arise in Dealing With a Settling Co-Defendant?, New Jersey Institute of Continuing Legal Education, 22nd Annual Medical Malpractice Seminar, New Brunswick, New Jersey, November 3, 2018.
•Civil Implications of Sexual Contact with a Patient , Marshall Dennehey Health Care and Health Law Seminar, November 9, 2017
•The Use of Medical Literature at Trial, New Jersey Institute for Continuing Legal Education 21st Annual Medical Malpractice Update, New Brunskwick, New Jersey, November 4, 2017
•Analyzing Medical Records, NJICLE, NJ Law Center, March 21, 2017
•Analyzing Medical Records, NJICLE, Fairfield, New Jersey, January 22, 2015
•How to Obtain, Offer and Exclude Evidence, MD Advantage Insurance Company, October 2010
•Fundamentals of Trial Techniques (defense of medical malpractice cases), presented to medical malpractice defense attorneys, Hyatt Regency, New Jersey 2008
Past Employment Positions
•Quest Diagnostics Incorporated, Senior Corporate Counsel
Pro Bono Activities
•New Jersey Bar Foundation Vincent J. Apruzzese Mock Trial Competition, judge, 2015-2016
Honors & Awards
•Rated BV Distinguished by Martindale-Hubbell
Year Joined Organization: 2009
Marshall Dennehey Announces 2018 Shareholder Class
January 3, 2018
Marshall Dennehey Warner Coleman & Goggin announced today that 14 associates and one special counsel have been elevated to shareholder, with 60 percent of the new shareholder class comprised of women. In Philadelphia, the new shareholders are: Lawrence J. Bartel, shareholder in the firm's...
Marshall Dennehey Announces New Shareholders and Special Counsel
January 4, 2016
Marshall Dennehey Warner Coleman & Goggin is pleased to announce that 14 attorneys were elected shareholders of the firm at the annual shareholders' meeting held December 8 in Philadelphia. The new shareholders, listed by office, are as follows. Philadelphia, PA: Jason W. Bialker, member of...
21st Annual Medical Malpractice Update
Seminar • Nov 4, 2017
Julia Klubenspies is presenting The Use of Medical Literature at Trial during the 21st Annual Medical Malpractice Update, hosted by the New Jersey Institute for Continuing Legal Education. The seminar is designed for insurance...
Civil Implications for Medical Practitioner of Sexual Contact with Patient
Articles • May 15, 2017
Prescribing High Potency Medication to Known Drug Abuser: Is the Doctor Liable for Resulting Forseeable Injuries?
Articles • October 1, 2015
Prescribing High Potency Medication to a Known Drug Abuser: Is The Doctor Liable for Resulting Injuries?
Defense Digest Article • September 1, 2014
By Julia A. Klubenspies, Esq.* Key Points: Was the “but for” proximate cause charge appropriate when multiple causes of the injury were possible? Was such a charge plain error by the trial judge? I..., Defense Digest, Vol. 20, No. 3, September 2014 Defense Digest is prepared by Marshall Dennehey Warner Coleman & Goggin to provide information on recent legal developments of interest to our readers. This publication is not intended to provide...
Prescribing High Potency Medication To a Known Drug Abuser: Is the Doctor Liable For Resulting Injuries? Part 2
Defense Digest Article • March 1, 2014
By Julia A. Klubenspies, Esq.* Key Points: Can a physician be held liable when a patient with a known drug and alcohol history overdoses on a high-potency skin patch medication by using it in an “off-label” manner? Were the...
Associations & Memberships
•New Jersey State Bar Association
•Union County Bar Association
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