Mt. Laurel, NJ – – Transportation Department Chairman, John K. Fiorilla Esq., was recently appointed by Judge Karen Suter, Chancery Division, Burlington County as receiver of the historic rail equipment owned by the Pemberton Township Historic Trust. As receiver, he is charged with auctioning off and finding new locations for the rail equipment currently stored on Pemberton Township property.
Mr. Fiorilla, a Cinnaminson resident, focuses his practice in the railroad industry. He graduated from Georgetown University Law Center in 1974 and is a former Senior General Attorney for the Consolidated Rail Corporation (Conrail). For more than thirty-nine years he has been helping to create and present railroad management policy and positions with diversified management and litigation experience as both in-house counsel and local counsel for Class I, Class II, and Short Line Railroads. He has specific experience in presenting finance, real estate, operations, engineering, government affairs, and customer service positions.
Among his professional activities, Mr. Fiorilla is a member of the National Association of Railroad Trial Counsel; the American Short Line & Regional Railroad Association; the Association of Transportation Professionals; the Conference of Freight Counsel and the New Jersey State (Federal Practice and Procedure Section) Bar Association.