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Jonathan Gremminger

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Phone: 609.661.2061
Fax: 856.773.5304

308 Harper Dr
Moorestown, New Jersey 08057

Jonathan Gremminger is an associate in the Firm’s corporate, business and financial services practice group. He regularly represents clients in business sales and acquisitions, financing transactions, general corporate counseling, and commercial real estate transactions. He has represented corporate clients from a diverse range of industries including restaurants, tour operators, and real estate brokerages.

As part of his corporate practice, Mr. Gremminger advises clients on a variety of transactional arrangements such as service agreements, contractor and subcontractor agreements, and equipment purchase agreements. He also advises clients on the formation of limited liability companies and corporations, including preparation of organizational and planning documents such as operating agreements, shareholder agreements, bylaws, and buy-sell agreements.

Mr. Gremminger also has extensive experience in real estate matters. As part of his real estate practice, Mr. Gremminger has represented buyers and sellers of real property including negotiating purchase agreements, assisting in due diligence, resolving title issues, and counseling clients through closing. He has represented both landlords and tenants in commercial leasing arrangements including leases for office, retail, and shopping center space.


J.D., Drexel University School of Law, 2014

  • With Honors in the Business & Entrepreneurship Concentration
  • Member of the Moot Court Board

B.A., Pennsylvania State University, International Politics, 2009

Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice New Jersey
Community Activities and Military Service

Mr. Gremminger is a member of Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) Post 1958 (Haddon Heights). Mr. Gremminger served as a military policeman in the United States Marine Corps Reserve and deployed to Afghanistan as a police mentor in 2010.