3rd October 2016
MSI's New Jersey law member Greenbaum, Rowe, Smith & Davis LLP is pleased to announce that Peter S. Reinhart has joined the firm as Of Counsel in the firm's Real Estate, Redevelopment & Land Use departments.
An influential and highly regarded member of New Jersey’s professional real estate community, Mr. Reinhart is the Director of the Kislak Real Estate Institute at Monmouth University in West Long Branch, NJ. In 2015, he became the first recipient of the Arthur and Dorothy Greenbaum and Robert Ferguson/New Jersey Realtors Endowed Chair in Real Estate Policy in the Leon Hess Business School. The Endowed Chair was named in honor of the late Robert Ferguson, who served as executive vice president of New Jersey Realtors for nearly 40 years, and the firm’s senior partner Arthur M. Greenbaum, who received the first Monmouth University Kislak Real Estate Institute Leadership Excellence Award in 1994.
Mr. Reinhart enjoyed a 30-plus year career at Hovnanian Enterprises, Inc., most recently in the role of Senior Vice President and General Counsel. He joined Monmouth University on a full-time basis in 2011.
Mr. Reinhart is a longtime professional colleague and friend of the firm. “During my long tenure at Hovnanian Enterprises, the Greenbaum firm was my ‘go to’ law firm for sophisticated land use and real estate matters,” he commented. “I am proud to be associated with this outstanding group of professionals and to be of assistance to the firm’s clients. My role as Director of the Kislak Real Estate Institute at Monmouth University enables me to be a voice on important real estate policy issues, and I’m excited to bring that experience and voice to the Greenbaum firm.”
Greenbaum, Rowe, Smith & Davis LLP is recognized throughout New Jersey as one of its most respected and distinguished law firms.
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