Robert C. Scrivo joins the firm, following a successful tenure as Special Counsel and Assistant United States Attorney in the District of New Jersey.

In that role, Robert led a task force to reduce violent crime in one of New Jersey’s largest cities, prosecuted a wide variety of federal crimes, and served as the office’s representative to state law enforcement agencies. An experienced counselor and advocate, Robert represents businesses, individuals, and government entities in white collar and civil litigation matters, and internal investigations. His arrival also enhances our ability to represent licensed professionals who face regulatory enforcement actions.

Jacqueline Greenberg Vogt, who joins us from the Am Law 200 firm Greenberg Traurig, has more than 25 years of experience advising real estate owners, developers, investors, lenders and contractors in construction contracting and litigation.

Jacky assists clients throughout the entire construction lifecycle, from initial conception and project planning to contract negotiations, public bid projects, bid preparation and project delivery. Jacky also represents clients in a wide range of construction disputes, including payment disputes, lien claims, defect claims, delay claims, indemnity claims, personal injury claims, labor and employment issues, and default and convenience terminations. In addition, she litigates claims against surety bonds and construction insurance policies, as well as creditor’s rights and bankruptcy issues in the construction arena.

Holly Gladstone, who joins us from the Am Law 200 firm Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney, has more than twenty years of experience representing lenders and borrowers in complex commercial, industrial and real estate finance transactions.

Holly’s commercial and industrial lending practice is primarily focused on senior secured credit facilities, including asset-based loans and middle market loans, representing administrative agents, banks, sponsors and borrowers in bilateral and syndicated facilities. Many of these representations involve cross-border debt and complex intercreditor relationships. She also frequently advises lenders and borrowers in connection with recurring monthly revenue (RMR) financings in the home security, medical alert, and fire monitoring industries. In Holly’s real estate finance practice, she advises clients in connection with acquisition loans, permanent loans and construction loans across the U.S., as well as construction loans in the New York market and related New York lien law issues. Holly also has extensive experience handling bilateral and syndicated real estate financings on behalf of lenders and borrowers.