Steven D. Farsiou

Steven D. Farsiou



  • Civil Litigation
  • Employment Litigation
  • Civil Rights Litigation in public sector
  • Municipal and Criminal Defense
  • Employment counseling
  • Litigation under the Anti-Bullying Legislation


  • Representation of Police in Excessive Force cases
  • Construction Defect Defense


J.D., Dickinson School of Law, 2000

B.S. Accounting Clemson University, 1997


  • New Jersey Super Lawyers, Rising Star Under 40

Steven D. Farsiou focuses in insurance defense, employment/labor/civil rights litigation, criminal defense, municipal court and general civil litigation.  He currently represents private clients in litigation matters in both the State and Federal court systems.

One of Mr. Farsiou’s areas of concentration is civil rights disputes with public entities. He has successfully represented many police departments and police officers in excessive force cases brought pursuant to 42 U.S.C. Section 1983 and the New Jersey Civil Rights Act. He also defends professionals in cases alleging malpractice, fraud and RICO claims. In addition, Mr. Farsiou has vast experience in representing construction companies and construction trade companies in construction defect cases.

Mr. Farsiou regularly handles employment disputes regarding the New Jersey Law Against Discrimination and Anti-Bully Rights Act in addition to providing counseling to employers regarding day to day human resource issues. He has also been recently named as a rising star under 40 years old by Super Lawyer for the year 2014.

Mr. Farsiou also regularly defends clients in criminal court and municipal court.

Mr. Farsiou is also one of three owners of Flemington Baseball Academy, a baseball training facility.  He is also the President of the Pyramid Baseball League, which oversees all of the American Legion baseball programs in Hunterdon, Somerset and Warren counties.

Before joining with Attorney Joseph F. Trinity, Mr. Farsiou was a partner with a mid-size full practice firm in Hunterdon County where his practice focused on employment litigation, civil litigation, civil rights litigation, and municipal and criminal defense.

Bar Admissions

New Jersey, 2000

District of New Jersey, 2000

Pennsylvania, 2000