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Carolyn Kelly Bogart

Updated: February 21st, 2022 | Mount Laurel | Lawyer List C | Marshall Dennehey Warner Coleman & Goggin P.C. | Commercial Litigation, General Liability, Product Liability,

Address: 15000 Midlantic Drive, Suite 200, mount-laurel, NJ, 08054
Law Firm: Marshall Dennehey Warner Coleman & Goggin, P.C.
Phone: (856) 414-6006
Fax: 856-414-6077
Website: http://www.marshalldennehey.com

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Areas of PracticeGeneral Liability, Product Liability, Commercial Litigation
DescriptionCarolyn, a shareholder in our Casualty Department, has been a practicing attorney since 1996. She focuses her practice on premises liability, defense of liquor liability, auto negligence claims, significant exposure excess insurance claims, contract and general casualty matters, and sports and entertainment litigation. Carolyn regularly defends fraternal organizations, schools and universities in matters involving contractual disputes, indemnity, vicarious liability, dram shop and general negligence. She is well versed in NJ immunity laws for schools and fraternal entities.Much of Carolyn’s caseload requires interpretation of contractual disputes involving insurance status and coverage disputes. She has extensive experience litigating complex contract and insurance coverage issues arising in construction, landlord and tenant, and other casualty matters. Carolyn has litigated numerous matters to verdict in the state of New Jersey and practices in all counties and federal court venues in the state.In addition to her law practice, Carolyn provides annual legal updates to various clients ranging from issues dealing with auto liability, premises liability and risk management. She often provides consult to clients regarding liability matters, preparing for future issues to avoid litigation and developing policies and procedures for risk assessment. Carolyn is a graduate of The Catholic University of America, Washington, D. C. While residing in Washington, D.C., she worked on Capitol Hill as a legislative intern for Congressman James Saxton (Rep. 13th District of New Jersey). After receiving a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science, Carolyn continued her education at Catholic University’s Columbus School of Law where she was actively involved in the Families and Law Clinic, Moot Court, and was also employed as a judicial intern for the Honorable Brook Hedge, D.C. Superior Court, Criminal Division.Upon completion of her juris doctor in 1995, she accepted a position with the New Jersey State Judiciary and became law clerk to the Honorable George L. Seltzer, New Jersey Superior Court, Law Division.Honors & awards AV Preeminent by Martindale-Hubbell The Martindale-Hubbell rated attorney list is issued by Internet Brands, Inc. A description of the selection methodology can be found here . No aspect of this advertisement has been approved by the Supreme Court of New Jersey.Year joined1996Results Dismissal of complaint under New Jersey’s Charitable Immunity Act. Social Services & Human Services LiabilityAppellate Advocacy and Post-Trial PracticeMay 18, 2020 Marshall Dennehey was successful in the New Jersey Appellate Division, which affirmed the dismissal of the plaintiff’s complaint under New Jersey’s Charitable Immunity Act. The defendant operated a shelter for battered women, their dependent children and the homeless. The plaintiff and her child were residents at the shelter and beneficiaries of its charitable goals when the plaintiff slipped and fell on ice on the shelter’s property. She argued that she was not a beneficiary of the charity because she did administrative tasks and volunteered in the charity’s thrift store. Claims Barred Under New Jerseys Charitable Immunity Doctrine. General LiabilityAugust 24, 2018 We obtained summary judgment in the Passaic County Superior Court of New Jersey on behalf of a non-profit shelter for battered women. The plaintiff, who was staying at the shelter at the time of her alleged incident, accused the shelter of negligence with regard to removing snow and ice from their parking lot. The plaintiff attempted to argue that she was not a beneficiary of the shelter but was a volunteer, who was not required to help but who chose to work at the shelter in exchange for room and board.Thought Leadership Sidewalk Liability – What You and Your Condo Association Have In Common Mount Laurel Property Litigation December 1, 2012 Key Points: Defense Digest, Vol. 18 No. 4, December 2012 Classes/Seminars TaughtCommercial Defense Practice in New Jersey and Pennsylvania, Nationwide Insurance Company, Co-Presenter, December 2013

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