With profound sadness, Weiner Law Group announces the passing of our Partner and friend, Clark Alpert.
Clark was a brilliant attorney and will be sorely missed by his friends and colleagues.
He was the author of the well-known Guide to New Jersey Contract Law, now in its Fourth Edition. He represented public and private clients, often in complex matters, including: commercial litigation and contracting parties; international, national, regional, and local businesses; individual and corporate members of the health-care community; bank liquidators and regulatory agencies, banks, and other lenders; and borrowers, developers, and commercial real estate owners.
His practice encompassed merger litigation (both state-based and federal securities litigation), commercial litigation, business torts, corporate and partnership disputes, contract negotiation and review, banking and financial matters, creditors’ rights, trade regulation and antitrust, restrictive covenants, intellectual property, governmental matters, Uniform Commercial Code, and construction disputes. Mr. Alpert often represents the same clients in transactional matters and litigation.
He also represented the bankruptcy Trustee, in one of the nation’s best-known investment cases, and was responsible for handling a nine-figure claim by the Trustee.
Mr. Alpert has represented bank boards and zoning boards, as well as boards of directors of health care entities. He has represented lawyers and doctors in business matters and negotiations, as well as in litigation and other proceedings involving charges of professional misconduct.
Mr. Alpert has appeared in some of the area’s most prominent litigation matters, and has also been involved in a number of precedent-setting cases of national significance. He also received wide recognition for utilizing the civil writ of capias ad satisfaciendum (body execution) in several publicized cases, including a precedential decision.
Mr. Alpert authored the well-known Guide to New Jersey Contract Law, published by the New Jersey Institute for Continuing Legal Education, a division of the New Jersey State Bar Association. N
Mr. Alpert had been appointed by the Superior Court of New Jersey to serve as special master and arbitrator in the resolution of complex disputes involving commercial real estate, environmental issues, and attorney misconduct claims.
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