Robert Menendez is an associate in Lowenstein Sandler’s Corporate Department. He focuses on a variety of corporate transactions including investment fund formation and public and private merger and acquisition transactions, as well as securities law matters.
Robert also advises investment managers on SEC rule 206(4)-5 and other pay-to-play laws across a variety of jurisdictions. He counsels clients on initial and ongoing regulatory issues, as well as legislative measures at the state and Federal levels.
Robert’s experience includes positions as a fellow for the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey’s Port Commerce Department; judicial intern to The Honorable William J. Martini, U.S. District Court, District of New Jersey and staff writer at The Jersey Journal.
In law school, Robert was president of the Student Bar Association and a fellow at the Eagleton Institute of Politics. At graduation, he was awarded the Alumni Senior Prize, an honor recognizing the graduate that exhibits the greatest achievement during his or her law school career and demonstrates the greatest promise as a future member of the legal profession.