Practice Areas
Bar and Court Admissions
  • New Jersey
  • New York
  • U.S. Court of Appeals, Second Circuit
  • U.S. Court of Appeals, Third Circuit
  • U.S. District Court, District of New Jersey
  • U.S. District Court, Eastern District of New York
  • U.S. District Court, Southern District of New York
  • U.S. Supreme Court
  • Rutgers Law School, J.D.
  • Rutgers College, B.A. magna cum laude

Bob Kasolas, Member

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For over 16 years, Bob Kasolas has represented a broad array of clients across numerous industries in high-stakes “hardball” commercial litigation. Such cases routinely involve complex, multifaceted and challenging legal issues across all areas of business litigation such as real estate, corporate shareholder and partnership battles, trusts and estates, lending and finance, intellectual property protection, employment, healthcare, bankruptcy adversary proceedings, foreclosure, and complex contractual controversies.

During his career, Bob has handled over 1,000 commercial matters and has tried over 100 cases to substantial completion. Based upon his experience and large body of work, he has been designated a Certified Trial Attorney by the New Jersey Supreme Court, a distinction reserved for less than 2% of attorneys. His significant business experience and background, coupled with his unique approach to addressing clients’ personal and business needs based on the specific facts and circumstances at hand, allow him to efficiently, practically, and economically litigate any legal matter from inception to the conclusion of trial, and through any subsequent appeal. Bob routinely practices before the state and federal courts of New Jersey and New York, and has also litigated matters in the federal courts of Florida and Georgia.

In 2011 and 2012, Bob was named a Rising Star in the legal community by New Jersey Super Lawyers. He commenced his legal career as the law clerk to the Hon. Kenneth C. MacKenzie, Presiding Judge of the Chancery Division for Morris and Sussex Counties. During law school, he co-authored the groundbreaking article “Bad Designs, Lethal Profits: The Duty to Protect Other Motorists Against SUV Collision Risks.” The article’s publication had a profound impact on the automotive SUV market by influencing automotive manufacturers to design SUVs safer and more compatible with traditional passenger vehicles.

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Notable Matters
  • Represented a large-scale commercial developer involving a $75 million shopping mall project against some of New Jersey’s largest contractors and subcontractors
  • Represented a commercial developer against a publicly traded national homebuilder involving a $5 million interference claim
  • Represented a publicly traded web hosting company against another publicly traded Internet business website for breach of contract
  • Represented product suppliers in their efforts to collect amounts owed under “sale of goods” transactions falling within the Uniform Commercial Code
  • Represented a property owner in a massive title dispute involving deed restrictions imposed upon an entire neighborhood, with over 40 litigants involved in the matter represented by many of New Jersey’s largest insurance defense firms
  • Represented land developers against one of America’s largest financial institutions concerning breach of contract and lender liability claims in a construction lending dispute
  • Represented one of the country’s largest manufacturers of restaurant industry hardware and equipment against a former contract manufacturer involving misappropriation of trademarks, goodwill, customer lists, and other intellectual property
  • Represented real estate developers against their lenders in multi-million-dollar complex “mezzanine financing” transactions where the lenders breached the terms of the contractual agreements between parties
  • Represented investors in their efforts to recoup funds invested in companies where those funds were misappropriated