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John J. Fahy

Director of Legal Affairs

The Gumption Group

HQ Phone:  (973) 879-1150

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The Gumption Group

121 Meadowbrook Drive

Hillsborough, New Jersey,08844

United States

Company Description

The Gumption Group provides provocative, game-changing message strategies for the public and private sectors in a variety of platforms. Ian Shearn has assembled a team of distinguished journalists, graphic artists and multi-media producers, who will help you d...more

Background Information

Employment History

Lecturer

Institute for Continuing Legal Education


Partner

Reed Smith LLP


Prosecutor

formerBergen County


Affiliations

National Police Defense Foundation Inc

Board Member


FAHY CHOI LLC

Partner


Appellate Moot Court Board

Member


Education

B.S.

accounting

Fairleigh Dickinson University


J.D.

Seton Hall Law Center


MBA

accounting and taxation

Fairleigh Dickinson University


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About Us | The Gumption Group

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JOHN J. FAHY, Director of Legal Affairs
Fahy, the founding partner of Fahy Choi LLC, served as the Bergen County Prosecutor in Governor Florio's Administration. As such, he was responsible for all felony prosecutions in the county and for establishing policy for 70 police departments. Prior to this, Fahy also worked in the U.S. Attorney's Office in Newark, New Jersey. He supervised seven attorneys and was the chief of the political corruption unit in the office. For the past decade, Fahy has made frequent appearances on Court TV, CNBC and MSNBC as a commentator on criminal court. He is also a certified public accountant.


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JOHN J. FAHY, Director of Legal Affairs Fahy, the founding partner of Fahy Choi LLC, served as the Bergen County Prosecutor in Governor Florio's Administration. As such, he was responsible for all felony prosecutions in the county and for establishing policy for 70 police departments. Prior to this, Fahy also worked in the U.S. Attorney's Office in Newark, New Jersey. He supervised seven attorneys and was the chief of the political corruption unit in the office. For the past decade, Fahy has made frequent appearances on Court TV, CNBC and MSNBC as a commentator on criminal court. He is also a certified public accountant.


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The reason is simple, a person named John who pays
attention to details and wants you to have a nice experience when you visit one of his restaurants. Mr. Choi can be reached at 201 438-200 ext 202 or [email protected] Mr. Choi's law firm with the formerBergen County Prosecutor John Fahy, now has Chinese speaking attorneys on staff.


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A client of John "Jay" Fahy, a former Bergen County prosecutor, claims in a lawsuit he told her he had filed suit on her behalf in a workplace discrimination case and secured a $1.2-million settlement, but she found after Fahy committed suicide that none of that had occurred.
CARMINE GALASSO/STAFF PHOTOGRAPHER Former Bergen County Prosecutor John J. Fahy in 2012. Fahy, also a former federal prosecutor and a prominent attorney who had made frequent TV appearances, stunned Bergen County's legal community when he shot himself to death with a handgun in July on a sidewalk along Route 17 south in East Rutherford, a short walk from his home. Thorsen's lawsuit said Fahy's suicide might have to do with her case. "Following all these misrepresentations and fabrications that Fahy told the plaintiff, and because he had for whatever reason covered up his malpractice of having blown the applicable statute of limitations for some as yet unexplained reason and perhaps because of them ,... Fahy took his own life," the lawsuit said.


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John Fahy was well-known, well-respected, and successful.
What happened toward the end of his life? Friends and family still struggle to find answers - even as they struggle against a massive malpractice lawsuit that has opinions sharply divided. route17 Attorney John Fahy's Suicide Shocks Friends and Family John J. Fahy was 58 years old. He was a respected attorney in Bergen County, New Jersey. He was a founding and senior partner at law firm Fahy Choi, where he worked with partner Benjamin Choi. "He was an icon," in the words of local police sergeant Michael Barry, who described Fahy as "calm," "levelheaded," and "analytical" to Cliffview Pilot - he was someone who "epitomized everything we loved about the law. He had made television appearances, worked at a smattering of prominent law firms, and served as counsel to the National Police Defense Program. Fahy doesn't seem like he was a suicide risk. But on July 17, he paused underneath the Bergen Line Bridge where it passes over Route 17, near where he made his home in East Rutherford, and shot himself in the head with a handgun. Shortly before his suicide, Fahy had been on the unfamiliar side of the law. Following a billing dispute from a case, the Supreme Court was poised to hit the attorney with a minor fine - and more importantly, family suspects, a temporary license suspension. It logically seems as though this must be the explanation for his actions. But now, details of another, far more controversial case tied to Fahy are coming to light. eastrutherford Ex-Client Suing for $10M After $1.2M Worth of Malpractice One of John Fahy's clients was Vivian Thorsen, a resident of Morris County. Thorsen turned to Fahy for assistance, and for years, her case seemed to be moving along without any problems - favorably, in fact. Following Fahy's suicide, Thorsen decided to get in touch with his law firm, Fahy Choi, and collect her check. "Mr. Fahy was an icon in Bergen County, and I feel deeply sorry for his widow. But," he concedes, "we have a client with serious complaints.


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