Known for his high level of personal commitment to his clients, Robert has the skill, knowledge, and creativity necessary to solve problems and identify opportunities for his clients.
Robert counsels developers, real estate equity and opportunity funds, real estate investment trusts, investors, owners and tenants in all aspects of commercial real estate transactions. His practice is national in scope and encompasses a broad range of transactions, with particular emphasis on acquisitions, dispositions, development and retail leasing. His professional focus also includes the management, financing and construction of commercial, retail, industrial and multi-unit residential properties.
Robert also counsels clients regarding regulatory compliance, licensing, leasing and the acquisition of real property in connection with cannabis related uses.
Representative matters include:
Seton Hall University School of Law, J.D., 2010
Fordham University, B.S., 2006
As published in: New Jersey Law Journal March 8, 2018
As published in: New Jersey Law Journal March 6, 2018
As published in: The Legal Intelligencer January 8, 2018
As published in: The Courier News January 7, 2018
As published in: Real Estate NJ January 5, 2018
Corporate Law April 10, 2018Elizabeth C. Bogle and Robert M. DiPisa
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