Uri Carni practices commercial litigation, with a concentration in products liability, premises liability, and construction accident claims. He has extensive experience writing and arguing motions in trial and appellate courts, conducting and defending depositions, and working with expert witnesses. Uri has authored numerous appellate briefs, including issues of first impression.
J.D., Fordham University School of Law, 2014. Editor, Fordham Journal of Corporate & Financial Law. Intellectual Property & Information Law Clinic. Archibald R. Murray Public Service Award.
B.A., summa cum laude, Philosophy, Rutgers University, 2009. Founding Editor, Rutgers Undergraduate Philosophy Journal. Paul Robeson Scholar.
Conservatory Certificate, Jazz Theory, The Collective School of Music, New York, 2005
New York County Lawyers Association
New York City Bar Association
Authored appellate brief, and argued underlying motion, challenging application of state law in “federal enclaves”.
Authored and argued prevailing motion to strike prejudicial and scandalous pleadings on behalf of premises owner.
Authored and argued prevailing motions to dismiss based on lack of personal jurisdiction on behalf of industrial pump manufacturers.
Authored and argued prevailing motion for summary judgment based on successor liability on behalf of electrical wire manufacturer.
Authored post-trial motion for directed verdict on behalf of boiler manufacturer.
Authored post-trial motion for judgment notwithstanding the verdict on behalf of boiler manufacturer.