Mr. Atkins joined the firm of Hoffman DiMuzio in February 2010. Mr. Atkins represents individuals and corporate clients in commercial and employment litigation. Mr. Atkins’ practice covers a wide variety of employment-related matters before New Jersey State and Federal courts, with a focus on discrimination, retaliation, sexual harassment, family leave and whistleblowing claims. Mr. Atkins regularly represents the interests of employees in unemployment appeals and disciplinary hearings. In addition, Mr. Atkins guides his corporate clients through the process of developing and implementing employment policies and handbooks. Mr. Atkins also concentrates his practice on commercial disputes between both individuals and businesses with a focus on obtaining cost-effective solutions for his clients.In 2015, Mr. Atkins was selected by Martindale Hubbell® to receive the Client Distinction Award, signifying that Mr. Atkins’ clients rank him at the highest level of professional excellence.After graduation from law school, Mr. Atkins served a judicial clerkship with the Hon. Richard S. Hoffman, J.A.D., in the Salem County Superior Court. Thereafter, Mr. Atkins became an Assistant Prosecutor with the Salem County Prosecutor’s Office. He then went on to work in the private sector representing individual and corporate clients in commercial litigation and employment disputes.
Mr. Atkins is a native of Gloucester County where he resides with his wife and children. Mr. Atkins graduated from Rowan University magna cum laude with a B.S. in Business Administration, with a concentration in Finance, in 2003. In 2006, he earned his Juris Doctor from the Syracuse University College of Law, cum laude.