Hoboken resident and Lowenstein Sandler PC attorney, Jonathan T. Guldin, has been selected for inclusion in the 2010 edition of New Jersey Rising Stars, which recognizes the state's top up-and-coming attorneys.
Jonathan T. Guldin is an Associate in Lowenstein Sandler's Litigation Department and a member of the firm's Construction Law Practice Group. He represents project owners, developers, and contractors in all phases of the construction process. Specifically, Mr. Guldin is actively involved in the litigation of various construction contract claims, construction delay claims, and building defect claims. Prior to joining Lowenstein Sandler, Mr. Guldin earned his Engineer-In-Training Certificate and spent several years in the consulting engineering business, focusing on civil site design. In the summer of 2003 and while in law school, he also served as the Acting Staff Engineer of the Monroe Township Municipal Utilities Authority.
In addition to his construction law practice, Mr. Guldin handles all types of general commercial claims, resolving disputes through the litigation process as well as through alternative settlement processes such as mediation and arbitration. In particular, as a member of the Business Divorce Practice Group, Mr. Guldin has assisted in resolving a number of disputes between members of partnerships and closely-held corporations, representing both majority and minority owners.
Mr. Guldin earned his J.D. magna cum laude from Seton Hall University Law School and his B.S. from Pennsylvania State University.
About New Jersey Rising Stars
The New Jersey Rising Stars list is published annually by New Jersey Super Lawyers. Candidates must be either 40 years old or younger or in practice for ten years or less. Attorneys are selected via a three-part process that includes a statewide survey, evaluation of nominees' experience and professional achievements – including verdicts and settlements, transactions and representative clients, position within their law firm or company, pro bono work and community service, scholarly lectures and published work.
Fewer than 2.5 percent of the lawyers in New Jersey are named to the Rising Stars list. Attorneys selected for this distinction include those in both private practice and non-private practice areas such as prosecutors, in-house counsel, judges and public service lawyers.