Anthony D’Elia’s practice encompasses litigation matters in the areas of construction, creditor’s rights, bankruptcy and special education.
In connection with his work in the Creditor’s Rights and Bankruptcy Group, Anthony covers such topics as the appointment of rent receivers, collection of debts, litigating adversary proceedings and enforcement of settlement agreements. Anthony focuses on the representation of creditors and other interested parties in bankruptcy cases and adversary proceedings, as well as lenders and other creditors in connection with litigation over unpaid loans. In addition, Anthony works in the Construction Group on such topics as disputes over defective construction and claims for delays, damages and back charges. Anthony also has a general litigation practice.
Prior to joining Connell Foley, Anthony served as law clerk to the Honorable Garry J. Furnari, J.S.C., who, in addition to his civil docket, manages the environmental docket of the Essex County Superior Court. In law school, Anthony was a member of Seton Hall University School of Law’s nationally ranked Interscholastic Moot Court Board and a summer associate with Connell Foley LLP.