Rob is the managing partner of Bovarnick and Associates, a Philadelphia-based business law firm, representing businesses and their principals. The practice is focused on all aspects of business, including determining a business' proper structure, drafting all types of contracts, purchasing and selling all or part of a business, renegotiating debts, bankruptcies or representing businesses and their principals and plaintiffs of defendants in all types of business litigation.
Rob represents businesses of all sizes and in all industries. In addition to his practice, Rob has been a contributor with forbes.com, with a column called "Good Counsel," writing on small business and bankruptcy issues, including a 16-part series called "Behind the Curtain-Chapter 11 From the Inside." Previously, Rob was a legal analyst of on the Fox Business Network during the Chrysler and General Motors bankruptcy; wrote a monthly political column for Pennsylvanie Law Weekly called "Politicall Right;" was the host of "The Billable Hour" radio show; and taught the Advanced Bankruptcy Seminar at Rutgers University Law School-Camden for 5 years. He is also a frequent lecturer on corporate and bankruptcy issues.
Rob has an AV rating from Martindale Hubbell and has been selected 10 times as a "Super Lawyer" in Pennsylvania in the areas of business, business litigation and commercial bankruptcy. Rob has also been named as one of the Preeminent Lawyers in America by Lexis Nexus.
In 2015 Bovarnick and Associates, LLC was a finalist for Small Law Firms of the Year by Smart CEO magazine. In 2016, Smart CEO named Rob as one of the Centers of Influence. Rob received his BA from University of Washington and his JD from the University of Miami. He is licensed in Pennsylvania and Florida.
Outside of work, Rob is a board member on the International Student-Athlete Academy and the Pennsylvania Board of Legal Ethics and Professional Responsibility. Rob also enjoys working, traveling and finding new places to eat.
What he likes about PBC: "The Monthly Member Match Up. It is an opportunity to meet other members that we might not otherwise meet."
Learn more from Rob and about "Why do I need a lawyer when Google is Free" during the June 8 PBC members-only meeting.