Over twenty years of practical experience, Arlindo “Art” Araujo has counsel and defended clients in diversified areas of law since 1993. Art handles administrative, bench and jury trials in the areas of criminal law, civil litigation, immigration removal / deportation matters, public employment, family law and personal injury cases.
Mr. Araujo is licensed in the States of New Jersey, New York, and the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, and related federal courts. In addition to these states, he has been involved in litigation matters in Michigan, Brazil and immigration courts throughout the United States. Art has completed business transactions involving the purchase/sale of real property and businesses such as restaurants, bars, gas stations and manufacturers. Mr. Araujo was winning counsel in the tax matter of Liapakis v. State Dept. of Treasury, Div. of Taxation, 363 N.J. Super. 96 (App. Div. 2003).
- Qualified in court expert on domestic violence in the N.J. Superior Court.
- Six figure award in an employment law case against restaurant for discrimination
- Six figure award for an employee retaliated by a Fortune 20 international company
- Six figure settlement in automobile negligence case
- Personal injury court verdict for victims of assault at dance hall
- Jury verdict against partner for breach of contract
- Not guilty jury verdict in attempted murder case at nightclub
- Reduced tax claims against taxpayers involving IRS and State tax authorities
- Immigration Cancellation of Removal cases stopping deportation for immigrants with hardships, disabilities and criminal records
- Clemency for bank robber saving client from removal from the USA to China
- Represented police and correction officer unions in labor contracts with management
- Represented Catholic school elementary teachers for better working conditions
- Litigate cases involving Landlord/Tenant matters, claims against police departments, domestic violence and family divorce law
- Represented clients in liquor license transfers, zoning issues and procurement / defense of professional licenses involving teachers, nurses and law enforcement
- Formation and counseling of non-for-profit groups such as social clubs, churches and community service entities.
Mr. Araujo attended college at Rutgers University and earned degrees in Accounting and Philosophy. Prior to practicing law, Mr. Araujo was an auditor at the accounting firm of Deloitte & Touche. During law school, Art was the Article Editor for the Seton Hall Legislative Journal and published Federal Surface Transportation for the 1990s and Beyond: Moving Ahead? 16 Seton Hall Legis. J. 685 (1992). He was a member of the Moot Court Board. Following graduation from Seton Hall University School of Law, Art completed his LL.M. in taxation at New York University School of Law.
Adding to his commitment to the law and the effective representation of clients, Art is fluent in his native Portuguese language and proficient in the Spanish language. Additionally, Art earned the Steuben Society of America award for German language studies. He is an extensive world traveler, having visited over 65 countries, and is active in his community’s affairs.
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- New Jersey 1993
- Federal District of New Jersey
- Pennsylvania 1993
- Eastern District of Pennsylvania
- New York 1996
- Southern District of New York
- Rutgers University – B.A. in Philosophy and B.S.in Accounting 1990
- Seton Hall University School of Law J.D. 1993
- New York University School of Law LL.M. 1995
- New Jersey Bar Association
- Pennsylvania Bar Association
- New York Bar Association
- American Immigration Lawyers Association
Regarding Arlindo B. Araujo
Thank You so much for handling this case with that professionalism that I’ve know you guys for.Have a happy and hncw year!