Rob represents clients in a wide range of litigation matters, including complex commercial and environmental disputes, and white collar investigations and litigation. He has experience representing clients before state and federal courts, as well as in investigations by government agencies and self-regulatory organizations.
Before joining Schiff Hardin, Rob was a litigation associate in the Chicago office of an international law firm.
Represented a Fortune 100 manufacturer in multiple lawsuits by regulators and property owners asserting claims under RCRA and state law arising from alleged groundwater contamination from manufacturing facility.
Defended auto insurer in class actions involving state law consumer protection and contract claims arising from PIP claims practices.
Defended credit card issuer in class action alleging violations of Truth in Lending Act arising from interest and fees charged for cryptocurrency transactions.
Represented a leading financial technology company in multiple related trade secret misappropriation lawsuits filed against a key competitor.
Represented a global professional services firm in litigation against a competitor and former employees relating to breaches of contractual non-solicitation obligations.
Represented a Fortune 500 manufacturer in connection with an SEC investigation and related shareholder securities fraud and derivative class actions.
Represented a Fortune 100 company in an internal investigation involving whistleblower allegations of improper accounting and tax fraud.
Defended a leading global online travel company and its board of directors in shareholder class actions to block a merger.
Represented asset managers and a national insurance corporation in SEC investigations relating to allegations of unlawful trading practices.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Robert D. Boley