Rob’s practice includes foreclosure litigation, commercial workouts, collections, loan sales, civil litigation, landlord/tenant disputes and transactional real estate. He has successfully represented clients in civil litigation, including numerous residential foreclosures.
Rob has prosecuted tax lien foreclosures, represented creditor clients in bankruptcy court, conducted Article 9 UCC sales and successfully executed on secured assets on behalf of individual and institutional clients. He has represented clients in the sale of over 250 residential properties in Pennsylvania and New Jersey obtained through foreclosure, negotiating contracts, resolving title issues and evicting holdover tenants.
In 2018 Rob successfully defended a client accused of conspiring to make adulterated aspirin and successfully defended developer clients against foreclosure after their financing collapsed, negotiating the sale of the underlying loan.
Temple University Beasley School of Law, J.D.
Wesleyan University, B.A.
Member, Neighborhood Association and Zoning Committee, West Mt. Airy Neighbors
Member, Pennsylvania Bar Association
Member, New Jersey Bar Association
Named to the “Pennsylvania Rising Stars” list by Thomson Reuters for Creditor Debtor Rights (2014-15)*
Named to the “New Jersey Rising Stars” list by Thomson Reuters for Creditor Debtor Rights (2018)*
Author, “Debtors Challenge SBA Rule That Prohibits PPP Loans to Bankrupt Borrowers,” May 1, 2020
Press Release, Klehr Harrison Client Receives Favorable Decision in NJ Lender Liability Action, January 17, 2020
Author, “Facility Owners, Operators Rev Up to Comply With Motor Vehicle Idling Act,” The Legal Intelligencer, February 4, 2009