Domenic B. Sanginiti, Jr. is a Shareholder and member of the Accident & Personal Injury Group. Mr. Sanginiti concentrates on catastrophic personal injury matters, negligent security claims, wrongful death and product liability matters. Mr. Sanginiti also focuses his practice on the hazards and defects of lithium ion batteries, e-cigarettes, and other vaping products. Mr. Sanginiti is currently leading the Juul litigation at Stark & Stark and recently filed complaint against JUUL Labs. You can visit our e-cigarette blog to read articles he has written on this topic.
Prior to joining Stark & Stark, Mr. Sanginiti, Jr. practiced personal injury for two South-Jersey law firms, where he defended casinos against personal injury claims, as well as defending health insurance carriers against claims for benefits under ERISA. He served as judicial law clerk to current Supreme Court Justice Faustino J. Fernandez-Vina, while he was presiding judge of the Civil Division of Camden County, New Jersey.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Domenic B. Sanginiti, Jr
Domenic B. Sanginiti, Jr. is a Shareholder and member of the Accident & Personal Injury Group with Stark & Stark, and he was named as an National Law Review Go-To thought leader for his analysis of the emerging story on dangers of vaping and e-cigarettes and the controversies around banning these popular devices. Taking a broad view, Sanginiti has pointed out in his articles how the design of Juul products appeal to children, and how streaming platforms such as Netflix have removed depictions of vaping from their content. Following Sanginiti’s updates, one gets a thorough picture and understanding of the research surrounding vaping and the emerging danger from a personal injury perspective.