Brem Moldovsky, Esquire is admitted to practice law in NJ, NY and PA and the Federal Courts. Brem Moldovsky continues the family legacy of practicing law as his Father, Joel S. Moldovsky, his Father-in-law, Gerald J. Pomerantz, and his elder brother, Ari S. Moldovsky have been recognized as accomplished attorneys. Brem Moldovsky is the only family member attorney actively involved with Brem Moldovsky, L.L.C. A number of Brem Moldovsky’s accomplishments are reflected in the accomplishments section of this website.
Brem Moldovsky has represented clients in litigation and/or transactional matters in at least 10 Counties in each of NY, NJ and PA.
Brem Moldovsky’s education included the University of Pennsylvania School of Law (Philadelphia) J.D. 1996, Honors; International Moot Court, National Trial Competition (Captain of Penn’s first team); Class Representative; Activities: Drafted Dean’s Strategic Planning Committee Proposal; Staff Writer for Environmental and International Newsletters; and Yeshiva University (New York) B.A. Cum Laude 1993, Honors: Dean’s List (seven semesters), Early Admissions, Model U.N., Track Team.
In 1996, upon completion of law school, Brem was offered a position as an attorney law clerk with a PA Supreme Court Justice. Prior to starting his own law firm in 1997, Brem Moldovsky worked as a law clerk, in a legal clerical capacity or as a paralegal for the Philadelphia Common Pleas Court, Judge Paul Ribner (Phila.) 1996 – 1997, Pomerantz, Lewis and Associates (Philadelphia) January 1996 – July 1996, United States Department of Justice, Attorney’s Office (Phila.) Fall 1995, Moldovsky and Moldovsky (Philadelphia) 1990 – Summer 1995, and Spring 1996, and for United States Magistrate Judge Peter B. Scuderi (Philadelphia) Summer 1994, and held other legal and non legal positions as well.
Brem Moldovsky’s professional involvements include, but are not limited to: the Philadelphia Bar Association, New York State Bar Association as a Sustaining Member, Panel Member of Philadelphia Bar Association’s Lawyer Referral and Information Service, Panel Member of the Association of the Bar of the City of New York’s Lawyer Referral Service, the Business Law Section of the Philadelphia Bar Association, the New York State Bar Association’s Commercial and Federal Litigation Section and its Committees on the Commercial Division, the CPLR, and Ethics and Professionalism, and other professional associations and groups. Brem Moldovsky has also served as an arbitrator for a Bar Association’s attorney-client fee dispute arbitration program, as well as an interviewer for potential panel members for a Bar Association’s Lawyer Referral Service panel.
Brem Moldovsky is one of the authors of a 2015 Formal Opinion of the New York State Bar Association, Federal and Commercial Division Section’s Committee on Ethics and Professionalism titled “Whether an Attorney May Threaten to File a Disciplinary Complaint Against Another Lawyer.”
Brem Moldovsky is a contributor to a past New York State Bar Association, Federal and Commercial Division Section’s Compilation of the NYS Commercial Division Judge’s Rules.
Brem Moldovsky’s Pro Bono work includes counseling to small business owners, farmers, the mentally ill, and educational institutions, as well as being a volunteer attorney with New York Free Legal Answers.
Mr. Moldovsky has participated as a judge at Drexel Law School’s nationwide transactional meet competition.
Brem Moldovsky’s civic activities include, but are not limited to: Pro Bono representation of indigents from 1997 to the present and contributions to and volunteering for various educational, community and philanthropic organizations. He has served as a little league commissioner and many times as coach. Brem Moldovsky is particularly fond of causes which help children, the less fortunate, and the environment. When not working Brem can be found with his family or outside tending to his family farm from which organic vegetables are shared with food pantries.
Brem Moldovsky has worked with and trained over 50 law clerks attending such law schools as University of Pennsylvania, Drexel University, Temple University, NYU, Yeshiva University, and others.