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Undergraduate Education: Rutgers College

Law School Education: Seton Hall University School of Law

Admitted to Practice of Law: New Jersey, U.S. District Court for New Jersey

Randall J. Peach, Attorney-at-Law


Randall J. Peach is a prominent litigator with more than 25 years of experience, who practices primarily in the fields of employment law, divorce and family law, and general civil litigation before the state and federal courts. The family law matters accepted by Mr. Peach include not only divorce, custody and support matters but also guardianship actions and school law disputes.

Mr. Peach also handles attorney malpractice cases and consumer fraud matters. Previously he had served as the Secretary for the District X Fee Arbitration Committee, which adjudicates fee disputes between attorneys and their clients.

Mr. Peach’s wide experience includes litigation at both the trial and appellate levels. He has handled numerous appeals, including the following published cases:

State v. Scoles, 214 N.J. 236 (2013)(decision by the New Jersey Supreme Court).

Jacobs v. Jersey Central Power & Light Co., 452 N.J. Super. 494 (App. Div. 2017)(ruling by the New Jersey Appellate Division).

Sarbak v. Citigroup Global Markets, Inc., 354 F.Supp.2d 531 (D.N.J. 2004)(decision by the U.S. District Court for New Jersey).

Mr. Peach’s cases have regularly been reported on by the legal media. He is currently representing a home buyer in an appeal expected to result in a major ruling affecting real estate transactions (“Property Sold at Auction Exempt From Attorney Review Period, Judge Rules,” New Jersey Law Journal, July 1, 2019). Other published articles have reported his successful appeal in a college election dispute (“Pre-Law Lessons,” New Jersey Law Journal, November 26, 2007), as well as his winning motion to disqualify the opposing law firm in a large employment discrimination case (“Pro Hac Attack,” New Jersey Law Journal, August 25, 2003).

In addition to having his own cases reported on, Mr. Peach has authored numerous articles on the law and particularly employment discrimination, including “Should Religious Slurs Amount to a Hostile Workplace?: Court Wrongly Takes Absolutist View,” New Jersey Law Journal, October 16, 2008; “Make All Workplace Slurs Actionable?: New Jersey Legislation is an Irrational Response to a Weak Case,” New Jersey Law Journal, February 4, 2008; “Lighten LAD’s Load On Small Companies,” New Jersey Law Journal, May 22, 2006; and “Princeton Eating Clubs Must Admit Women,” 22 Seton Hall Law Review 235 (1991).

Mr. Peach was admitted to the New Jersey Bar in 1993, and completed a trial court clerkship for the Honorable David S. Cramp, who later became a Presiding Judge for the Superior Court. Mr. Peach had a distinguished academic record and was appointed to the Law Review at Seton Hall University’s School of Law, where he served as a Survey Editor.

Please contact Mr. Peach at or (908) 526-4050 to schedule a consultation to discuss your matter.

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