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At Sherman Wells Sylvester & Stamelman LLP, we devote ourselves fully to the objectives of our clients. We provide businesses and individuals with the experienced guidance needed to navigate a wide array of challenges, and work tirelessly to achieve superior outcomes for them.

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Sherman Wells is pleased to announce that the firm has been named on the 2021 "Best Law Firm" listing by Best Lawyers & U.S. News and World Report. We are proud to be ranked Metropolitan Tier 1 and Tier 2 in eleven practice areas.


Banking Alert October 2020

In This Issue:

  • New Jersey Appellate Division Affirms Final Judgment of Foreclosure and Striking of Borrower’s Counterclaims
  • New Jersey Federal Court Dismisses Complaint Alleging Fraud Against Mortgage Servicer
  • New Jersey Appellate Division Rejects Borrower’s Challenge to Bank’s Standing to Foreclose


Sherman Wells Ranked Among NJBIZ's Best Places to Work for the Fifth Consecutive Year


Sherman Wells Secures Another NJ Supreme Court Victory For Firm Client

For the second time this Term, Sherman Wells has secured a victory for one of its clients in a case before the New Jersey Supreme Court. Julian W. Wells and Jordan D. Weinreich represented firm client Bank Leumi USA on an issue of first impression regarding the scope of the entire controversy doctrine. In a unanimous decision, the New Jersey Supreme Court held that the entire controversy doctrine does not bar a party who files a successful motion to dismiss for failure to state a claim from later asserting claims that arise from the same transactional facts. 



Firm has major win in New Jersey Supreme Court

Anthony J. Sylvester and Caitlin T. Shadek secure a win in the New Jersey Supreme Court for firm client TD Bank, and pave the road for limiting future claims against banks. The New Jersey Supreme Court, in a unanimous decision, reinstated the trial court’s decision dismissing claims against TD Bank, and reversed the Appellate Division’s decision permitting the plaintiffs to amend their complaint to add a claim under New Jersey’s Uniform Fiduciaries Law (”UFL”).