Law Offices of Robert S. Dowd Jr. LLC
Concentrating in Commercial Litigation, Construction Law and Employment Law
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  Robert Dowd’s experience in commercial
litigation encompasses lawsuits involving:
  Shareholder and
partnership claims
Property rights
Consumer fraud claims
Contract and uniform
commercial code claims
Fraudulent conveyances
• Tortious interference
with existing and
prospective business
Commercial leases
Purchase and sale
of businesses or assets
Environmental issues
including consultant
malpractice, ISRA and
Superfund remediation
Bankruptcy preference
Attorney malpractice
Alter ego claims
Insurance issues
John Marshall Law Review, Liability of Business
Computer User for Improper Disclosure
of Customer’s Personal Financial Information

The Record, New Jersey's Consumer Fraud Act
Gives Consumers Powerful Weapon
Meadowlands USA Business Magazine,
Getting Paid Without Resort to the Courts
  New Jersey Consumer Fraud Act Cases
Reported in New Jersey Verdict Reporters:

Nordlund v. Cocoziello
Odell v. Guardian
Floods, Power Outages & Other North Jersey
Disasters: Disaster Planning for Small
and Mid-Sized Businesses
Bob has prosecuted and defended claims in a wide variety of procedural contexts such as applications for temporary restraining orders, preliminary and permanent injunctions and constructive trusts, actions in lieu of prerogative writs, declaratory judgment, specific performance and derivative suits.

He has obtained several substantial settlements, verdicts and judgments in the construction, employment, shareholder rights and environmental areas. Bob has significant experience in post-judgment collection procedures.

Bob believes a party should pursue litigation or arbitration only when no other acceptable alternative exists and encourages litigants to seek a resolution, through mediation or otherwise, where at all possible. Robert Dowd is a member of the American Bar Association’s Section of Litigation.

An example of the cutting edge commercial cases in which Bob has been involved is RSB Lab Services, Inc. v. BSI Corp, 368 N.J. Super. 540 (App. Div. 2004) where the appellate court upheld a significant jury award of damages for lost profits sustained by the plaintiff when its business could not expand due to
defendant’s breach of contract.

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