Mr. Rowe concentrates his practice primarily on complex and high profile litigation, with a particular focus on sophisticated corporate and business disputes and complex matrimonial matters. He is recognized throughout New Jersey and nationally for his significant accomplishments and success as a litigator and trial lawyer.
Mr. Rowe's experience spans a diverse range of practice areas, including partnership and corporate disputes, antitrust cases, professional malpractice defense, stock fraud, intellectual property, construction cases, complex chancery litigation and high profile matrimonial matters.
Throughout the years, Mr. Rowe has represented clients in some of the most prominent and highly publicized litigations in New Jersey. His portfolio of noteworthy achievements, which includes both jury and non-jury trials, is the hallmark of a career that continues to be characterized by shrewd legal judgment and sharp-sighted natural instincts as a litigator.
Mr. Rowe is the original author of New Jersey Business Litigation, the primary resource on how New Jersey courts have dealt with business issues in litigation, and co-authored the book's 2014 edition. He is also the co-author of Guidebook to Chancery Practice in New Jersey, the standard textbook utilized by judges and equity lawyers throughout the state.
-American College of Trial Lawyers
-International Academy of Trial Lawyers
-American Bar Foundation.
-Past President and Member, Essex County Bar Association
-Member, Middlesex County Bar Association
-Former Trustee, New Jersey Institute for Continuing Legal Education
-Former member, New Jersey Supreme Court Committee on Masters and Hearing Officers
-Past President & Trustee, Legal Services Foundation of Essex County
-Member, American Bar Association; Section of Litigation, Section of Family Law
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