Ryder T. Ulon is co-chair of Schenck Price's Litigation Department, Chair of the Appellate Practice Group, and has represented developers, construction professionals, design professionals and businesses in commercial and fiduciary matters in both state and federal courts.
In addition to being a member of the Firm’s Construction Law Practice Group, Ryder is a member of the Professional Liability, Commercial Litigation, Environmental, Estate and Trust Litigation and Telecommunications Law Practice Groups. He has been repeatedly selected to the New Jersey Rising Stars® * list, featured in New Jersey Monthly magazine, in the field of Construction Litigation.
As part of the Appellate Practice Group, Ryder has worked on a number of appeals, including the matter of Aronberg v. Tolbert, 203 N.J. 432 (2011), in which the Supreme Court reversed the Appellate Division and unanimously held that when an uninsured motorist’s cause of action is barred by the No-Fault Act, an heir has no right of recovery under the Wrongful Death Act.
While in law school, Ryder served as Seton Hall Circuit Review’s Associate Comments Editor and interned in the Seton Hall Juvenile Justice Clinic. Ryder’s early law experience also included his internship at the Offices of the Federal Public Defender, Newark Division.
Seton Hall University School of Law, J.D., cum laude, 2006
Monmouth University, B.A. Political Science, 1996
New Jersey, 2006
New York, 2013
United States Court of Appeals, Third Circuit, 2012
United States District Court of New Jersey, 2006
Awards And Honors
Repeatedly selected to the New Jersey Rising Stars® * list, featured in New Jersey Monthly magazine, in the field of Construction Litigation
Selected to the 2018-2022 New Jersey Super Lawyers * list, featured in New Jersey Monthly magazine, in the field of Construction Litigation*
Included on the list of Morris/Essex Health & Life magazine's 2020 and 2021 "Top Lawyers" in Civil Law Litigation*
Included on the list of Morris/Essex Health & Life Magazine's 2019 "Top Lawyers" in Commercial Litigation*