Robert concentrates his practice in the areas of corporate restructuring, debtor/creditor rights, individual bankruptcy, commercial litigation, and municipal law.

Robert represents debtors, secured and unsecured creditors, creditors’ committees, commercial landlords, and other parties in interest in bankruptcy and insolvency proceedings. He has also served as counsel to Chapter 7 bankruptcy trustees and receivers in insolvency proceedings.  Robert has represented clients in a variety of complex cases, including retail, religious institutions, real estate developers, and grocery stores.

​Robert also has significant experience in commercial/business litigation matters, at the trial and appellate levels, involving fraudulent transfers, breach of contract disputes, partnership disputes and emergent proceedings seeking temporary restraints and injunctions for clients in various sectors.

​In addition to this work, Robert regularly provides pro bono representation to victims of domestic violence through Partners for Women and Justice and serves as pro bono counsel for Chapter 7 debtors through Legal Services of New Jersey and Volunteer Lawyers for Justice.

​As a law student, Robert served as a Senior Editor for the Seton Hall Law Review. Robert also worked as a student attorney in the Center for Social Justice’s Civil Litigation and Practice Clinic, where he represented individuals in consumer fraud and foreclosure matters.  Robert served as an intern to the Honorable David H. Ironson, Judge of the Superior Court, Morris County.