As a young transactional attorney, I am excited for the opportunity to continue to learn, build my practice, and bring value to the firm’s clients. There is nothing more satisfying than helping clients attain their business goals.
Mr. Phillips concentrates his practice in the area of corporate law. He assists in the firm’s representation of clients in connection with business mergers and acquisitions, the formation of corporate entities, joint ventures, intellectual property matters and other corporate transactions. He has experience in the drafting and review of transactional documents including merger and acquisition agreements, shareholder and operating agreements, healthcare-related agreements, asset and stock purchase agreements, employment agreements, escrow agreements, corporate resolutions and contracts.
Mr. Phillips advises inventors, entrepreneurs, start-ups, and companies of all sizes on the protection of their assets and competitive advantage related to trademark and copyright, and assists them in adding value to their business by obtaining, maintaining, and enforcing their intellectual property rights. His work in this area includes trademark registrations, due diligence reviews regarding intellectual property issues in corporate transactions, and the enforcement of trademark rights.
Honors & Awards
- Designated a John Marshall Harlan Scholar in recognition of academic performance at the top of his law school class
- Member, New Jersey State Bar Association
- Member, Middlesex County Bar Association
More Activities & Experience
- Former legal intern to the Office of the New York Attorney General, Investor Protection Bureau (2012)
- Former judicial intern to The Honorable Dennis Cavanaugh, United States District Court, District of New Jersey (2012)
- While attending law school, served as Online Staff Editor of the New York Law School Law Review
Publications & Alerts
- Greenbaum, Rowe, Smith & Davis LLP Client Alert, September 21, 2017
- Greenbaum, Rowe, Smith & Davis LLP Client Alert, June 2016
- Author, Being Led by Losers: How to Combat the Disproportionate Number of Reported Decisions Denying Summary Judgment for Plaintiffs in Employment Discrimination CasesNew York Law School Law Review, April 1, 2013