William L. Kuzmin


William L. Kuzmin is a Member of Cohen, Placitella, Roth. He primarily represents injured parties in complex civil litigation cases including personal injury, product liability, asbestos litigation, and other civil litigation matters.

Mr. Kuzmin is a 2000 graduate of the Rutgers School of Law in Newark, New Jersey. He graduated from Rutgers University in New Brunswick with a degree in political science in 1997. He focuses his practice on mass tort litigation, with a concentration on asbestos cases. While in law school, he was the Managing Notes and Comments Editor for the Rutgers Computer and Technology Law Journal. Mr. Kuzmin has also written a case comment on Mt. Laurel Twp. v. MiPro Homes, 910 A.2d 617 (N.J. 2006), regarding the use of eminent domain by municipalities, which was published in the August 2007 issue of New Jersey Lawyer.


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Rutgers School of Law
J.D., 2000


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Rutgers University, B.A.
(Political Science), 1997


Included in the list of “New Jersey Rising Stars” in Super Lawyers by Thomson Reuters, based on peer review ratings, 2011.

Legal Representations

Barile v. Foster Wheeler, et al.

Bar Admissions

New Jersey


United States District Court, the Eastern District of Pennsylvania

United States District Court, New Jersey

Professional Memberships

New Jersey Association for Justice

Community Service

Mr. Kuzmin serves on the Atlantic Highlands Planning Board, and he also volunteers as a coach for the New Jersey Lightning, New Jersey’s first and only, blind baseball team. He is also part of the Genevieve Hawley Foundation.

Articles & Publications

Mt. Laurel Twp. V. MiPro Homes (case comment), NEW JERSEY LAWYER, (August 2007)

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