D. Max Friedman
Founder and Managing Attorney
Max is a practical problem-solver and deal-maker who advises clients on business and real estate transactions. His approach is methodical and efficient, always with an eye toward moving the ball forward for his clients. Max prides himself on building longstanding relationships and leverages those relationships to his clients' advantage by connecting like-minded people in his network with each other. For many of of his clients, Max is regarded not only as their attorney, but also as a trusted advisor.
JD, Rutgers University School of Law, 2012
BA, American University (Cum Laude), 2009
State Courts of Texas
State Courts of Pennsylvania
State Courts of New Jersey
US District Courts - New Jersey and Penn. Eastern
State Bar of Texas
2017 South Jersey Magazine "Top Attorney" for Closely Held Businesses
2014 Southern Jersey Business People Magazine "Top 40 Under 40"
Max Friedman focuses his practice advising small and medium size businesses in real estate transactions, commercial leasing, general corporate and business law, and commercial litigation. In addition to his position at Johnson Friedman Law Group, Max is of counsel to a boutique corporate and real estate law firm in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
After earning a bachelor’s degree cum laude from The American University in Washington, DC, Max received his law degree from The Rutgers-Camden law school. In law school, Max was a finalist in the Hunter Moot Court Competition and was honored as a Dean's Scholar—placing him among the school’s top 5% students.
Max is licensed to practice in Texas, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania.
Max has also been honored to contribute to the legal profession by the following:
CLE Presenter: Fundamentals of New Jersey Landlord-Tenant Practice, Rutgers University School of Law (April 2016).
Past Executive Committee Member, Real Property Division - Philadelphia Bar Association.
Past Member, Commercial Litigation Subcommittee - Burlington County Bar Association.
Finalist, Rutgers Law School Hunter Moot Court Competition.