Mr. Bergstein is a Certified Civil Trial Lawyer with extensive jury and non-jury trial experience in a broad range of commercial, probate, personal injury and employment litigation. He has represented and litigated against an array of Fortune 500 corporations and individual clients in complex litigation before state and federal courts. He has also received a Certificate from the Harvard Law School for completing its program in mediation and negotiation. He has been honored by receiving the Alfred C. Clapp Award for excellence in legal education as a result of more than 40 years of state and national lecturing on topics which include "The Psychology of the Trial and the Trial Lawyer," "The Art and Craft of Conducting Depositions," and "Winning Strategies in Litigation." He has been an adjunct professor at Rutgers Law School since 1972 where he has taught various trial law courses and the Psychodynamics of Lawyering and Litigating an Employment Discrimination Case. Bergstein has served as a member of various Supreme Court committees including the Board on Trial Attorney Certification. In 1999 he was selected as Civil Trial Attorney of the Year by the Essex County Bar Association. He is past president of that association and is a member of the Editorial Board of the New Jersey Law Journal. He has been recognized in New Jersey Monthly magazine's "Super Lawyers" in 2009.