Edward A. Coleman, Esq.
Edward Coleman joined Lewis Saul & Associates, P.C. in 2009. He graduated from Rutgers School of Law – Newark in 2009 where he served as the Senior Articles Editor for the Law Record, one of the nation’s first law journals published entirely online. He served as a Senior Editor for the publication as the editorial board transitioned the journal into a more accessible, short-form publication. His article, “Heavy Metal Mayhem: The Ongoing Public Nuisance of Lead Paint” was published in the Law Record in 2010. While at law school, he also served on the Moot Court Board and assisted with developing the competition problem and materials for the 2009 David Cohn Appellate Advocacy Competition with two other board members. He graduated from Vassar College with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Film in 2000.
Mr. Coleman has focused his practice on complex products liability cases, primarily working on pharmaceutical and medical device litigation. He has successfully represented the firm’s clients in a broad range of litigation matters, including metal-on-metal hip implants, Yas®/Yasmin®/Ocella®, NuvaRing®, and Levaquin®, where he worked on three trial teams in both state and federal court.
In addition to pharmaceutical and medical device cases, he has experience in products liability, personal injury, medical negligence, and administrative appeals. Mr. Coleman is currently overseeing the management of the firm’s filed transvaginal mesh cases and is actively involved in the firm’s defective hip implant cases, defective knee implant cases, Selective Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitors cases, and Mirena IUD cases.
Mr. Coleman is licensed to practice law in both New Jersey and New York. He is a member of the New York and New Jersey Bar Associations, the New York County Lawyer’s Association, and the American Association for Justice.
Mr. Coleman is an avid fan of film, music and the writings of Dashiell Hammett. He has played a variety of musical instruments since childhood, including the piano, guitar, bass and drums.