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Rey focuses on complex commercial disputes, class actions, and domestic and international arbitrations. As a trusted advisor, he develops and oversees litigation strategies for class actions and other disputes throughout the United States. Rey has developed a deep understanding of how to blend his clients' goals and expectations with specific litigation strategies. He combines close personal attention with a detailed knowledge of his clients’ businesses, resulting in the ability to effectively and efficiently meet their evolving legal needs.
As the son of Cuban immigrants who struggled to achieve the American Dream, Rey believes that lawyers should use their skills to help those who cannot afford legal services. At Lowenstein Sandler, he dedicates a substantial amount of his time to pro bono matters and works closely with the firm’s Center for Public Interest. He also is an active leader in the firm’s diversity and inclusion initiatives, and a founding member of its Diversity Leadership Network, which is an employee resource group that focuses on recruiting, supporting, and promoting attorneys from diverse backgrounds.
Rey is the Immediate Past President of the Hispanic Bar Association of New Jersey, which is the voice of the Latinx legal community in New Jersey. He also is a Board Member of Essex-Newark Legal Services and a former Committee Member of the New Jersey Supreme Court Committee on Model (Civil) Jury Charges.
Rey’s professional achievements and leadership in the community have earned him many awards and accolades. He was recognized by the New Jersey Law Journal as a Diverse Attorney of the Year and was named to ROI’s Influencers List of the most impactful People of Color in New Jersey. Rey was also recognized by the Hispanic National Bar Association as one of the country’s “Top Lawyers Under 40,” and he was honored by the Association of Latin American Law Students at its "Fiesta Con Sabor."