Greenbaum, Rowe, Smith & Davis LLP is pleased to announce that Andrea J. Sullivan, a partner in the firm’s Litigation and Family Law Departments, has been selected for inclusion on the New Jersey Law Journal’s “2018 Top Women in the Law” list.
Ms. Sullivan is one of twenty women named on this year’s list, which according to the Law Journal represents individuals in private, in-house and government practice who have “influenced the law and legal profession in exceptional ways over the last two years.” Attorneys selected for this recognition will be profiled in an upcoming special publication.
Ms. Sullivan's litigation practice encompasses the representation of individuals and business entities in commercial, estate, matrimonial, chancery litigation, and alternative dispute resolution. She has significant experience in handling contract and partnership disputes, actions involving closely held companies, oppressed minority shareholder litigation, hiring and termination of senior employees, non-compete issues, and other "business divorce” matters. In the areas of estate litigation and matrimonial law, Ms. Sullivan’s practice concentrates primarily on the representation of high net-worth individuals, including the resolution of matters requiring sophisticated business valuations.
Ms. Sullivan is a Past President of the Middlesex County Bar Association and continues in the MCBA as a member of the Board, as Chair of the Chancery Practice committee, and in overseeing the volunteer early settlement panel of the chancery court for Middlesex County. She is a Trustee of the New Jersey State Bar Association representing Middlesex County, is co-Chair of the Bar’s Equity Jurisprudence Special Committee, and is a member of the NJSBA Amicus, Business and Commercial Litigation Special, and Elections Committees, and the LGBT Rights and Women in the Profession Sections, the latter of which she is a former Trustee. She is a member of the New Jersey Supreme Court Committee on Mandatory Continuing Legal Education, serves as Treasurer of Central Jersey Legal Services, and is a Barrister of the Aldona Appleton Family Law Inn of Court. She is the co-author of two important treatises, “New Jersey Business Litigation” and “Guidebook to Chancery Practice in New Jersey.”