Robert has practiced complex commercial litigation, with a focus on unfair competition, trade secret misappropriation and intellectual property, for many years in a wide variety of industries. He takes a practical, hands-on approach in the cases he oversees, and brings a unique understanding to the practice based on his previous experience as a law clerk for a federal judge and as a deputy public defender. Robert began his career representing companies and individuals in corporate investigations and before government regulators, and has significant expertise in advising clients on best practices in compliance and internal investigations.
Before joining the firm, Robert practiced for more than seven years at an AmLaw 100 firm, where he was a member of the litigation group and white collar and corporate investigations practice, and cochair of the firm’s Attorney Development Committee.
Currently serving on the Board of OneJustice, a legal services organization, Robert has also dedicated a significant amount of time to giving back to the community, and has handled numerous pro bono cases. He has also served in the community with professional distinction, most currently as a Barrister in the McFetridge American Inn of Court, and previously as the Chair of the Leadership Development Committee for the Association of Business Trial Lawyers.
Areas of Practice -
Products Liability Litigation and Supply Chain Disputes
Unfair Competition and Trade Secret Misappropriation
Technology, Intellectual Property and Licensing
Compliance and Investigations
Articles in the National Law Review database by Robert Nolan