Roshan D. Shah
Mr. Shah is a distinguished trial attorney with a knack for finding outside-the-box solutions. He represents clients in a wide range of industries, including commercial real estate, federal and state procurement, pharmaceutical and consumer electronics manufacturing, restaurants, as well as government officials and entities. This broad range of industry-specific knowledge is matched by the depth of his substantive legal expertise.
Mr. Shah has successfully represented clients in matters including commercial contract disputes, construction defect cases, consumer fraud actions, shareholder disputes, land use challenges, contested foreclosure actions, employment discrimination, premises liability, the New Jersey Child Sexual Abuse Act, and constitutional torts.
He has experience in a variety of forums, including federal and state trial courts, the United States Supreme Court, the Third Circuit Court of Appeals, the New Jersey Supreme Court, the New Jersey Appellate Division, and the Office of Administrative Law. He is also one of a handful of New Jersey attorneys who has handled bid protest matters before the United States Government Accountability Office, paving the way for his clients to obtain close to 1 billion in government contracts.
Mr. Shah’s matters involve some of the highest-profile cases in New Jersey, including the litigation over transforming the Monmouth Mall into a mixed-use site, Estate of Tamara Seidle v. Neptune wrongful death suit, the Lester Alford trial concerning solitary confinement, the Ass’n NJ Rifle & Pistol Clubs challenge to New Jersey’s one handgun per month law, and the historic pension litigation matter, Burgos v. Governor Christie.
Mr. Shah was recognized among the “Leaders in Law” by NJ Biz in 2018. He was named one of the New Jersey Law Journal’s New Leaders of the Bar for 2016. In 2015, he was awarded the New Jersey Attorney General’s Award for Trial Excellence.