Craig W. Davis

Craig Davis joins Webber McGill with nearly fifteen years of experience as a commercial litigator with one of New Jersey’s largest and oldest law firms. Mr. Davis has considerable experience litigating and resolving complex contract disputes. He has recovered substantial amounts on behalf of clients, including under various types of insurance policies for a wide array of claims. He has successfully represented bankruptcy trustees in recovery of proceeds under the bankruptcy estate’s insurance policies, and has litigated and arbitrated multiple contract disputes. His articles appear in professional and scholarly publications, including the Seton Hall Law Review.

Mr. Davis has substantial pro bono experience representing men and women seeking political asylum in the United States, having successfully obtained asylum for people fleeing ethnic and political persecution in various parts of the world.  He has provided pro bono assistance as part of a consumer law clinic and served pro bono as mediator in the Superior Court of New Jersey, Special Civil Part.

Mr. Davis was law clerk to Justice Barry T. Albin of the New Jersey Supreme Court during the Court’s landmark 2005-2006 judicial term. In his spare time, he teaches Latin at a private high school in Boonton, New Jersey, and is an adjunct professor of philosophy at Assumption College for Sisters in Denville, New Jersey. He also has taught German, science, and the history of science, and has studied several other languages, including Italian, French and (ancient) Greek.