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RobertBarrowman

Of Counsel

"Continuously striving to thoroughly understand the nuances of each transaction is an essential component of my practice and successful representation in all legal matters."

Overview

Biography

Robert primarily concentrates his practice on complex corporate and commercial transactions and contracts, advising clients on corporate law matters and financial transactions. His prior experience as a tax advisor complements his extensive practice handling business formation, not-for-profit organization, and family business-succession planning, with a focus on the business needs of middle-market clients.

Robert analyzes complex aspects of business transactions for their immediate impacts and long-term effects. He routinely represents clients in mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures, corporate lease-to-own transactions, industrial development association (IDA) leases, refinancing, employment matters, software license and other intellectual property agreements, non-disclosure agreements, and production contracts.

In addition to his role at Barclay Damon, Robert practices at The Matt Law Firm, PLLC, a four-attorney firm focusing on corporate and commercial transactions for its middle-market clients.

Bar Associations

  • New York State Bar Association
Experience

Selected Community Activities

  • Bethlehem Chamber of Commerce, Board of Directors Member 2014-2016
  • Leadership Tech Valley, Class of 2015

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