E. Burke Giblin

E. Burke Giblin


➤ Founding partner Giblin, Combs, Cunningham & Masone


➤ Certified Civil Trial Attorney Supreme Court of New Jersey


➤ State of New Jersey
➤ State of New York
➤ United States District Court, District of New Jersey
➤ United States Court of Appeals, Third Circuit


➤ Legal: Northeastern University School of Law, Juris Doctor
➤ Undergraduate: Boston University, Bachelor of Arts
➤ Post-Graduate: Fairleigh Dickinson University, Business Administration


➤ Alzheimer Association
➤ New Jersey Supreme Court Ethics Committee, District X
➤ American Bar Association
➤ New Jersey State Bar Association
➤ Morris County Bar Association
➤ Mercer County Bar Association
➤ New Jersey Society of Hospital Attorneys
➤ Trial Attorneys of New Jersey
➤ Who’s Who in American Law
➤ Named one of top lawyers in New Jersey by
➤ New Jersey Monthly and New Jersey Super Lawyers
➤ Named AV Preeminent Attorney – Judicial Edition by Martindale – Hubbell


➤ Leukemia Society of America, Northern New Jersey Chapter

  • Trustee, 1987-1988
  • Vice President, 1989-1994

➤ Tri-County Scholarship Fund, Trustee, 1992-1996


➤ State Bar Association
➤ New Jersey Medical Society
➤ Various Hospitals, Medical and Community Groups


➤ Contributor of periodic risk management articles appearing in Medical Economics and Medical Society Journals
➤ “Deposition Questions That Can Destroy a Physician’s Defense in A Delay in Diagnosis Case”, July 2017
➤ “Avoiding Pitfalls of Electronic Medical Records”, January 2017
➤ “Does Patient Responsibility Still Exist? An Ongoing Problem for Physicians Revisited”, July 2016
➤ “How Physicians Should Handle Dangerous Cross Examination in Alleged Delay in Diagnosis Cases”, March 11, 2016
➤ “Increased Use of Literature by Plaintiffs’ Attorneys in Malpractice Cases Requires Physicians to be Fully Prepared to Properly Respond to Same,” November 2015
➤ “Important New Developments in Breast Cancer Litigation Which Will Impact Physicians in Multiple Specialties,” August 2014
➤ “Catastrophic Injury Cases can Still be Won Before a Lay Jury”, Oct 17, 2013
➤ “Informed Consent: Some Good News for Physicians”, June 11, 2013
➤ “New Literature to Help with Cases of Shoulder Dystocia/Brachial Plexus Injury” January 29, 2013
➤ “Defense Options Physicians Must Know: Trial with a High/Low Agreement and Arbitration with a High/Low Agreement,”
January 2013
➤ “Does Recent Literature Permit More Shoulder Dystocia Cases To Be Won?” October 2011
➤ “LAD Claims and Their Impact on Physician’s Practices,” July 2011
➤ “Informed Refusal,” July 2011
➤ “Does Patient Responsibility Still Exist?” March 2011
➤ “Everything They Should Have Taught You in Medical School About the Law,” March 2010
➤ “Physician Communication,” June 2008
➤ “Deposition Preparation,” November 2006
➤ “Informed Consent Update,” February 2004
➤ “New Supreme Court of N.J. Decisions Regarding Informed Consent,” August, 1999
➤ “New Developments Regarding Informed Consent,” 1999
➤ “New Supreme Court of N.J. Decisions Regarding Informed Consent,” August 1999
➤ “Managing Physicians’ Risk,” 1997
➤ “MSOs and Group Practices Without Walls,” 1996
➤ “General Rules for Depositions,” 1996
➤ “Sale of a Physicians’ Practice to a Hospital,” 1996
➤ “Proposed HMO Regulations Offer Providers Some Protection,” 1995
➤ “Tort Reform Act Update for Physicians,” 1995
➤ “Physicians’ Liability for Decisions of Managed Care Organizations,” 1995
➤ “Physicians’ Managed Care Options: Some Pros and Cons,” 1994
➤ “Financial Ties Between Physicians and the Products or Services They Prescribe,” 1993
➤ “Physicians’ Contracts with Managed Care Organizations,” 1992
➤ “Physician Practice Update: N.J. Board of Medical Examiner Regulations,” 1992
➤ “The PRO-A Lawyer’s Perspective,” 1990
➤ “Right to Die Cases-The Physician’s Role,” 1987
➤ “The Impact of Stempler v. Speidell on Interviews of Treating Physicians,” 1985
➤ “Physician’s Role as Expert Witness,” 1982
➤ Contributor of periodic risk management articles appearing in Medical Economics and Medical society journals.


Peer Recognition:
AV Rated, Super Lawyers
Top 1% of Malpractice Attorneys, N.J.

Criteria for awards and reviews.