Stier, Edwin H. was born on November 2, 1939 in Newark, Bachelor of Arts, Rutgers University, 1961, Bachelor of Laws, 1964.Bar: New Jersey 1965, Supreme Court of the United States Connecticut 1979. Assistant United State Attorneys Federal Connecticut, Newark, 1965-1969.
Rutgers University (Bachelor of Arts, 1961. Bachelor of Laws, 1964).
Worked at Stier, Anderson & Malone (Bridgewater, New Jersey) specializing in Special Counsel Investigations, Litigation, and Employment Relations. Admitted to the bar, 1965, New Jersey. 1979, United States. Supreme Court.
Editor, Rutgers Law Review, 1963-1964. Co-Author: "Employee Concerns Programs in the Nuclear Industry: Ten Guidelines For Utility Managers," American Nuclear Society, September, 1995. "What You Don't Know Can Hurt You: The Case For Special Counsel Investigations," California Management Review, Spring 1987.
Author: "Strategic Decision Making In Organized Crime Control - The Need For a Broadened Perspective," and "The Interrelationships Among Remedies For White-Collar Criminal Behavior," D.C. Heath & Company, Lexington Books, 1981. Assistant United States. Attorney, (Chief, Criminal Division) New Jersey, 1965-1969.
Assistant Attorney General, New Jersey, 1969-1982. Director of New Jersey Division of Criminal Justice, 1977-1982. Member, New Jersey Supreme Court Criminal Practice Committee.
Member, New Jersey Health Care Fraud Prevention Task Force, 1992. Member: New Jersey State and American Bar Associations. Stier, Anderson & Malone conducts special counsel internal investigations for corporate and government clients nationwide.
These investigations involve close coordination with corporate counsel, corporate boards of directors, and governmental regulatory agencies. The firm's practice also includes complex litigation in which extensive investigation is required, such as environmental law, employment relations, RICO cases, and white collar criminal defense.
Member, New Jersey Supreme Court Criminal Practice Committee. Member, New Jersey Health Care Fraud Prevention Task Force, 1992. Member: New Jersey State and American Bar Associations.