Mr. Amari was born in Elizabeth New Jersey. He graduated from Seton Hall University, W.P Stilllman School of Business with a B.S. in 1985. Mr. Amari graduated from the Seton Hall University School of Law in 1991. He was admitted to the New Jersey Bar in 1991 and U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit in 1996.
Upon graduating from law school, Mr. Amari began his legal career at Morley, Cramer, Tansey, Haggerty and Fanning in Woodbridge New Jersey later known as Tansey Fanning Haggerty Convey and Tracy. His primary work focused upon product liability defense, insurance defense matters based upon premises liability, construction defect and asbestos matters. As part of the evolving and expanding consumer rights laws Mr. Amari was tasked as the lead consumer claim defense counsel for the firm that included defending consumer claims founded in the Magnuson Moss Warranty Improvement Act, Uniform Commercial Code, Consumer Fraud Act and New Jersey New Vehicle Warranty Act matters for automobile and chassis manufacturers. Case venues ranged from Federal Court to Superior Court Law Division to Special Civil Part and new jersey Office of Administrative Law.
Mr. Amari later opened his own practice in 2009 with emphasis on defense of consumer law claims. Over his career Mr. Amari has also defended private citizens in municipal court and as a note of accomplishment, successfully gained the release of a wrongly incarcerated defendant demonstrating time served had been satisfied. A sample of his Office of Administrative Law hearing decisions include Ketrow v General Motors, CMA 10524-09, Nosti v. General Motors Corporation, 00247-07 , Rosenberg v Lotus Cars, U.S.A, 1995 WL 374547 (March 28, 1995).
Prior to attending law school Mr. Amari worked as a special services product representative for a business services company and then as an operations/IT manager for an international perfume manufacturer.
New Jersey 1991
US Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit 1996
Seton Hall University of Law 1991
Seton Hall University, W.P. Stillman School of Business 1985