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Robert E. Salad


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With a keen eye for detail, and a well-earned depth and breadth of experience, Robert E. Salad is at the forefront in business and tax law. Joining Cooper Levenson in 1984, he has served as President of the firm since 1996. Rob is also Chairman of the Tax and Business practice group. He has been a partner since 1988.

Practice Highlights

Rob's areas of expertise encompass almost all aspects of tax and business planning and transactions. More specifically, he focuses on matters involving the representation of businesses, including healthcare providers. He helps them to achieve business objectives, and also provides advice with respect to income tax issues. He handles both business and personal matters for his clients with the utmost sensitivity and timeliness. Rob has handled very significant mergers and acquisitions since the mid-1980s.

A sought-after lecturer, Rob is informative and entertaining. He brings extensive experience in areas involving commercial transactions, entity formation, estate planning, estate administration and litigation as well as those matters involving representation before federal, state and/or local taxing authorities.

He represents a wide range of clients from public companies, closely held businesses and tax-exempt organizations.



Rob is a graduate of Fairleigh Dickinson (B.A., magna cum laude, 1980), Western New England Law School (J.D. magna cum laude, 1983), and New York University (LL.M. in Taxation, 1984). While at law school, he authored "Safeguarding Admissibility of Hypnotically Enhanced Testimony," for the Western New England Law Review. He was admitted to the bar in New Jersey and the United States District Court, District of New Jersey in 1983, and the United States Tax Court in 1983.