Robert C. Gabrielski, a Member in the firm’s Management Committee, Chair of the Business Law Group and its International Business and Tax Planning Group, devotes his practice to business and international transactions, e-commerce, and taxation.
Bob has over 30 years of experience in advising both corporate and entrepreneurial businesses on such matters as business and tax planning, business acquisitions, divestitures, and reorganizations, both domestically and internationally. His experience is also instrumental from the inception of an idea to the exit strategy for entrepreneurs and closely-held businesses, particularly in the technology and health care fields.
Bob also counsels clients and acts as a discussion partner with business owners and executives with respect to e-commerce, technology development, health care, and commercialization of intellectual property. He regularly structures and negotiates technology licensing and development agreements, as well as business partnering agreements.
In 2010, Bob launched a blog entitled, “Business Without Borders: An International Business Blog,” a collaborative effort of the attorneys in the firm’s International Business and Tax Planning Group. The Group is composed of experienced and skilled attorneys offering a full range of legal services to its foreign and domestic clients who are engaged in international commerce. Likewise, the blog addresses current issues, changes in the law, and other topics from a variety of legal disciplines, including, but not limited to, business, mergers and acquisitions, taxation, labor and employment, immigration, and intellectual property.
- We’re Entering TrumpWorld – The Fed to Raise Rates Today
- Fed Likely To Hold Steady on Interest Rates as New Jobs Fall Short of Expectations
- Battle Heats Up Over Who Can Regulate Tax on International Companies
- Doing Business in India? Time to Catch Up on GST Implications!
- BREXIT = BEXIT? Will Global Business based in London Exit and Move Base Operations to Paris or Frankfurt – a “BEXIT?”
- “Selling Your Business: Do Your Due Diligence Before Due Diligence,” M&A Liquidity Advisor Newsletter, Volume 2, Issue 5, September 2012
- “New Jersey Madoff Victims Receive State Income Tax Refunds,” Tax Law Alert, November 2011
- Featured, “Many New Jersey Firms Find Success and Growth Through Mergers & Acquistions,” COMMERCE Magazine, March 2010
- “The Long Arm of the Law: Legal Firms Reach Across the Water,” Somerset Business, July 2007
- “The Long Arm of Lanco,” Tax Law Alert, October 2006
- “Doing Business Internationally: Promises & Perils,” Raritan Valley Country Club, Bridgewater, New Jersey, January 15, 2014
- “Going Global: A Primer on Tax and Corporate Issues For Your Domestic and Foreign Business Operations,” Norris McLaughlin & Marcus, Bridgewater, New Jersey, September 24, 2013
- “Off-Shore Unreported Income Issues: Protecting Against Criminal and Civil Liability In Today’s Expanding Enforcement Environment,” Norris McLaughlin & Marcus, Bridgewater, New Jersey, June 12, 2012
- “Off-Shore Unreported Income Issues: Protecting Against Criminal and Civil Liability In Today’s Expanding Enforcement Environment,” Norris McLaughlin & Marcus, Bridgewater, New Jersey, February 8, 2012
- “Best Practices For The Growing Business,” NM&M Client Seminar, June 3, 2010
- “Operational, Transitional and Exit Strategies for Closely-Held & Entrepreneurial Business Owners,” Raritan Valley Country Club, Bridgewater, New Jersey, January 17, 2007
Recently, Bob has represented:
- An international business engaged in the design and deliver cost efficient Life Science and Consumer Goods production facilities in connection with the organization and structure of their United States operations
- EU parent and its North American subsidiaries in connection with the acquisition of an interest in a multi-million packaging and labeling company in Canada and related intellectual property
- Multiple international businesses engaged in the development, sourcing and distribution of organic commodities in connection with the analysis, structure and implementation of the reorganization of global operations in Africa, Europe, China and North America
- United Kingdom investment bankers in connection with the acquisition and consolidation of United States coal mines and processing facilities, which were listed on the London AIM Exchange, entrepreneurs in the formation, development and growth of an institutional pharmacy business, including the exit strategy and ultimate sale for $40 million
- Stockholders in connection with the negotiation and sale of a technology development and manufacturing company to a public company for $45 million
- U.S. subsidiary of a German technology development and manufacturing company of commercial food processing equipment in connection with its U.S. operations and its acquisition of U.S. target companies
- U.S. subsidiary of an United Kingdom company in connection with its U.S. acquisition of commercial safety testing companies
- U.S. hospice provider and internet-based pharmacy company from formation, including strategic business guidance, raising capital and negotiation of various provider agreements