Richard J. Lambert.Dunn Lambert, L.L.C.The AtriumEast 80 Route 4Paramus, New Jersey 07652, U.S.A.
Bio• Fordham University, B.A. • Fordham University School of Law, J.D. • Frequent lecturer on Business Law subjects including "Negotiating Mergers and Acquisitions of Privately-Held Companies"; "Legal Aspects of Starting and Running a Small Business"; "How to Maximize the Value of Your Business and Exit on Your Own Terms"; "Selling a Business for the Most Profit"; "Selling Your Business for the Most Profit, How... When... and Why"; "Legal Aspects of Buying a Business"; "Employment Law Issues for Data Processing Professionals"; "Wrongful Discharge and Other Current Employment Law Issues"; "Employment Contracts and Restrictive Covenants"; "The Impact of Environmental Law on Commercial Lending"; "Employment Law: Current Issues"; "Wrongful Discharge"; "Seventy Cents Does Not Equal a Dollar"; "Negotiation"; "Legal Liability of Consulting Chemists"; "What Its Worth: Valuing Your Business"; "Legal Liability Concerns of Mechanical Engineers"; "Effect of 1986 Tax Reform Act on Entrepreneurs and Venture Capitalists." • Published Works: ""Joint Ventures: Strategic Alliances", Commerce Magazine, July, 1986; "Joint Ventures: Negotiating Pitfalls and Opportunities", Commerce Magazine, August, 1986; "Setting Prices: Introduction to Robinson - Patman Price Discrimination", Commerce Magazine, October, 1986; "Marketing and Distribution Law: How to Avoid Litigation and Use the Law as a Management Tool", Commerce Magazine, December, 1986 • Former Chairman of the Board and current member of the Board of Trustees of the Foundation for Free Enterprise • Member, American Bar Association (Business Law Committee) and New Jersey State Bar Association (Business Law Committee) • Assigned Martindale Hubbells Highest AV rating • Languages: Italian and French