Adrienne Rogove focuses her practice on commercial and chancery litigation involving contract, employment, antitrust, shareholder and partnership rights, foreclosures, fraud, leasing, and construction disputes. Adrienne’s construction and real estate litigation practices include the representation of architects, builders, developers, property owners, and property managers.
Adrienne regularly litigates claims arising from construction defect and delay claims, employee defections, and recruitment, including covenants not to compete, non-solicitation, unfair competition, trade secrets and confidential business information, and breach-of-fiduciary-duty and breach-of-loyalty claims.
Adrienne is an experienced appellate litigator, who has concentrated her appellate practice on behalf of public entities asserting immunities under the Tort Claims Act, in cases involving constitutional issues such as the application of personal jurisdiction over non-resident defendants and in matters involving catastrophic injuries. She regularly consults with trial counsel before and during trial to preserve appellate issues.
She is a member of the Commercial Litigation practice group, ranked by U.S. News and World Report as National Tier 1 in its “Best Law Firms” rankings 2015–2018.
Adrienne is the Chair of the New Jersey Supreme Court Committee on the Unauthorized Practice of Law, of which she was recently re-appointed as chair for the 2020 term. She is also a member of the New Jersey Supreme Court Committee on Professional Responsibility Rules. Adrienne has acted as a court-appointed arbitrator for contract disputes for the New Jersey Superior Court of Middlesex County, and previously served on the New Jersey Supreme Court District VIII Fee Arbitration Committee.
She is actively involved in Firm committees, including the Diversity & Inclusion Committee and Women’s Forum.
Adrienne regularly writes articles and presents on issues involving construction litigation. She has served on a panel of the New Jersey Bar Association’s Federal Practice & Procedure Section titled, “Nuts & Bolts of Federal Court Practice,” with United States District Court Magistrate Judge Joel Schneider, U.S.M.J., retired federal Magistrate Joel Rosen, and John O’Brien, Legal Counsel to the Clerk’s Office at the United States District Court for the District of New Jersey.
Outside the Firm
Adrienne is involved in a number of local charitable organizations and is an enthusiastic gourmet cook.