Rajvir S. Goomer is a partner in the Transactional Group at the firm where he focuses on corporate law, business acquisitions, commercial and residential real estate, landlord tenant leases and litigation, intellectual property, municipal government and redevelopment law. His corporate practice includes corporate formations, purchase asset agreements, stock purchase agreements, and shareholder disputes. Rajvir has successfully guided clients through various commercial closings, ranging from small business transactions to multi-million dollar, multi-entity transactions.

Well versed in governmental law, Rajvir has over ten years of experience as a township attorney, providing legal counsel at hundreds of municipal meetings and hearings. He provides legal services to municipal administrations in all aspects of public entity legal matters, including local public contracts law, municipal litigation, eminent domain, and municipal ordinances.

Rajvir has a unique understanding of transactional law due to his undergraduate education, a Bachelor of Science in Biology with a Minor in Business, and his focus on Intellectual Property Law at Rutgers University School of Law. Parties in various transactions often overlook the intellectual property aspects of the deal. Rajvir’s background allows his clients to retain ownership of any copyrights, trademarks or patents that may be omitted in a transaction. Rajvir has successfully defended trademark infringement claims and cease and desist notices, and prepared Work for Hire Agreements and Licensing Agreements.

In addition to his transactional law practice, Rajvir has over ten years of experience in election law representing candidates on election day issues, provisional ballot challenges, recounts, and election petitions. He has successfully represented multiple candidates in election trials in Middlesex and Monmouth Counties.

Rajvir is also an advocate and active participant in his local community. As part of his work with the Sikh American Legal Defense and Education Fund, Rajvir has worked with the New Jersey Department of Justice, United States Department of Homeland Security, New York City Board of Education, New Jersey Police Academy and various local police departments regarding minority community awareness education and hate crime issues. While pursuing his undergraduate degree at Virginia Commonwealth University, he served as President of the Indian Student Association and co-founded the Sikh Student Association. At Rutgers University School of Law, he served as the President of the Evening Student Association.  Rajvir also manages the firm’s after school tutoring program with the local Lord Stirling School, and has been participating in the program since 2005.

Affiliations

  • New Jersey Institute of Local Government Attorneys
  • Governor-Elect Murphy Law and Justice Transition Committee
  • New Leaders Council, NJ Advisory Board, 2016-Present
  • Sikh American Legal Defense and Education Funds Representative, 2017-Present
  • South Asian Bar Association of New Jersey
  • South Asian American Caucus Middlesex County Co-Director, 2015-2018
  • NLC Life Entrepreneurship Trainer, 2014-2018
  • Volunteer and Law Clerk Trainer, Special Civil Mediation, Middlesex County
  • New Leaders Council, NJ Fellow, 2013
  • Evening Student Association, Rutgers University School of Law - Newark, President, 2010-2011

Awards

  • New Jersey Super Lawyers "Rising Stars" list, 2018-Present

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