Robert Neustadter

Robert Neustadter: Attorney with Cooper Levenson, P.A.
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Formerly a Judge of the Atlantic County Superior Court of New Jersey, Judge Robert Neustadter (retired) is Chairman of Cooper Levenson's Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) Practice Group. In his role as 'Of Counsel' to the firm, Judge Neustadter evaluates cases and performs mediations, arbitrations, and other methods of resolving disputes. In addition, he advises on transactional real estate and negligence matters.

Practice Highlights

Judge Neustadter first took the oath of office as a Superior Court Judge in 1976. He served in the Civil and Family Divisions, but mostly in the Criminal Division over the past 25 years. During his tenure on the bench, he was appointed by the New Jersey Supreme Court to serve on the Intensive Supervision Program's (ISP) Resentencing Panel. This panel of judges hears applications for early release by inmates serving sentences in our state prisons.

The move to serve as counsel to Cooper Levenson brings Neustadter full circle. In 1963, his firm, Perskie and Neustadter, merged with Cooper and Katzman, which has grown and transformed to become the firm known today as Cooper Levenson.

Areas of Practice (4)

  • Alternative Dispute Resolution
  • Mediation
  • Negligence
  • Real Estate

Education & Credentials

Contact Information:
609-572-7386  Phone
(609) 572-7387  Fax
University Attended:
University of Pennsylvania Wharton School, B.S., Economics, 1953
Law School Attended:
University of Pennsylvania Law School, J.D., 1956
Year of First Admission:
1957, New Jersey; 1966, U.S. Supreme Court
Birth Information:
Atlantic City, NJ, 1930

Peer Reviews

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Atlantic City, New Jersey

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