Derek (DJ) Soltis, Esq., MBA/MS
is a graduate of Rutgers School of Law and an admitted attorney in the State of New York.
Mr. Soltis’ practice focuses on New York Employment Law disputes for Employees, Probate Matters, Bankruptcy, Foreclosure Defense, and Civil Law Suits.
Mr. Soltis also has an MBA in Management Systems with an International Business Designation from Fordham University Graduate School of Business and a Master of Science in Information and Communication Systems where he specialized in System Dynamics. While at Fordham Mr. Soltis graduated in the top 10% of his class and was enrolled in Phi Kappa Phi the Collegiate Honor Society and Beta Gamma Sigma the Business Honors Society.
Mr. Soltis’s undergraduate degree is a BBA from the University of Houston – Downtown, in Computer Information Systems.
Mr. Soltis has spent several years in the eDiscovery industry working on the technical and project management side of many cases for many Fortune 1000 companies while working with attorneys from some of the largest legal firms in the world. He has managed business units for multiple Fortune 500 companies with responsibility for sales in excess of $18 million while managing a budget of over $1.5 million.
Mr. Soltis is deeply involved in volunteer work. He has volunteered for many other organizations, including: Bowery Mission, the American Red Cross, Essex County Law Day, and the Domestic Violence Advocacy Project in Newark. He has also worked as a Street Law teacher in Newark while in Law School where he taught at the Essex County Juvenile detention center and the Alma E. Flag Middle school.