Henry Klingeman

Henry Klingeman Joins Porzio As Of Counsel

Henry Klingeman is an established trial attorney and legal problem-solver who recently joined Porzio as Of Counsel. Known for defending high-profile clients such as Teresa Giudice of “Jersey Shore,” Klingeman has defended her in her federal tax fraud case.

As well as representing a major Swiss bank in a major federal criminal investigation, he has over two decades of trial lawyering experience.

Early Life and Education

Klingeman was born on July 17th 1953 in Milwaukee WI to Alice Jean Poler May and Henry Klingman and had seven siblings and numerous grandchildren as family. As well as being an avid hunter and fisherman himself, he also taught his skills as an avid baseball player to his offspring.

Mr. Cerimele received his Bachelor of Arts from University of Wisconsin-Madison in 1972 and law degree from Fordham University School of Law in 1991, before opening Klingeman Cerimele Attorneys located in Morristown New Jersey where he specializes in Criminal Defense: White Collar and Business Litigation cases – earning Super Lawyer status in 2007. Additionally he is a member of Essex County Bar Association as well as being an adjunct professor at Fairleigh Dickinson University with a reputation as a highly esteemed trial lawyer.

Professional Career

Henry Klingeman has earned an exceptional reputation in legal advocacy. Specializing in criminal and white-collar matters with an emphasis on high-profile trials, Henry has represented various celebrities like RHONJ star Teresa Giudice.

Ernesto Cerimele currently works at Porzio, Bromberg & Newman as Of Counsel to strengthen their litigation capabilities and enhance existing capabilities of Porzio Bromberg & Newman law firm.

As an Assistant U.S. Attorney, he handled both trials and appeals, earning the Essex County Bar Association’s 2015 Criminal Trial Lawyer of the Year honor. Currently he represents a senior bank executive facing major fraud prosecution in Delaware’s District Court; Real Housewives cast members facing federal tax and securities cases; witnesses involved with Bridgegate investigations;

Personal Life

Henry Klingemann lives at 20 Radtke Road in Randolph, New Jersey, United States with four of his children and five other siblings. He is married to Virginia Grace Klingemann (nee Goss).

The pair has gained recognition for their work on high-profile cases, such as Real Housewives star Teresa Giudice and her husband Joe’s criminal trial for fraud allegations and bankruptcies of several New Jersey financiers.

He is a member of both the State Bar of New Jersey and American Law Institute, working at Klingeman Cerimele Attorneys located in Morristown. Their focus lies on White Collar Crime and Criminal Defense cases; recently, they announced they will join Porzio Bromberg & Newman as Of Counsel allowing both firms to increase their capabilities.

Net Worth

Henry Klingeman boasts a net worth of $1,000,000 as of 2023 and practices criminal defense: white collar law in Morristown, New Jersey.

He has represented a senior bank executive in an extensive fraud prosecution and SEC enforcement action in Delaware; an “Jersey Shore” cast member in a tax matter before New Jersey federal courts; as well as representing Swiss banks involved in numerous investigations including those regarding Bridgegate allegations as well as witnesses involved in these matters, among many others.

Recent appointments at Porzio Bromberg & Newman of Morristown, NJ as Of Counsel in their Criminal and Complex Civil Litigation departments as well as remaining the lead partner at Klingeman Cerimele Attorneys where he works alongside Ernesto Cerimele on helping clients with some of their most difficult legal problems are just two examples of recent commitments by him and Ernesto Cerimele to provide clients with effective solutions.

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