Paul Castronovo is an accomplished trial attorney exclusively representing employees.  Lawyers throughout New Jersey have chosen him for the New Jersey Super Lawyers® lists every year since 2006.  In 2020, the National Law Journal selected Paul as a nationwide Trailblazer in employment law due to his achievements in setting new legal precedents and successes at trial.  As a trial lawyer, Paul has won more than $16,600,000 in jury verdicts and judgments for his clients, including a $6,000,000 verdict for his client in a race discrimination case and $2,000,000 for a retaliation claim.  Paul also won a jury verdict of over $1,200,000 for a disability harassment case.  He has argued before the Supreme Court of New Jersey on landmark sexual harassment and whistleblower cases, including a case that defined for the first time who is a supervisor under the 68-year old Law Against Discrimination.  In a written opinion, the Superior Court of New Jersey’s Appellate Division praised Paul’s written and oral advocacy as “masterful” in a joint employer case.  Earlier in his career, Paul was the first lawyer to use New Jersey law to win a jury verdict against a mortgage company for unfair business practices.  After a successful trial of a discrimination case, a Superior Court of New Jersey judge praised Paul Castronovo and his law firm: “Plaintiff’s counsel is experienced and able and holds a reputation as among the best plaintiff’s employment lawyers and law firm.”

After graduating from law school, Paul worked as a law clerk for Judge Helen E. Hoens who later served as a member of the Supreme Court of New Jersey.  Paul began his law firm career with two large defense firms representing large corporations, government bodies, and closely-held businesses.  Paul graduated from Rutgers University School of Law where he received awards for best oral advocate and achievement in civil procedure.  When not practicing law, Paul is a devoted Mets fan.