For almost five years, Rob defended insurance companies and their insureds. However, for the last 16+ years, Rob has been focused on representing individuals and companies as plaintiffs in business and commercial litigation matters.
If the dispute involves money, a contract, real estate or wrongful conduct, Rob can help. He can discuss your legal rights with you and review your documents to determine whether you have a case. Many times, clients simply want to know what their options are in a particular situation, and more importantly, whether it makes sense for them to pursue the matter any further. Bottom line, Rob will give you candid advice.
If you (individually) or your company need to bring a civil action to assert your legal rights/damages, the thought of litigation can be overwhelming. Rob is here to make that process manageable and has the trial/litigation/negotiation experience to aggressively represent your interests.
Imagine being able to know your attorney’s fees in advance and budget for them. You can. Unlike many larger firms who only offer hourly billing, Rob can offer a variety of creative pricing structures to fit your needs, including a fixed-fee or contingency fee in many situations.
Rob handles the following types of business disputes/litigation:
Fraud and misrepresentation
Commercial collections/delinquent accounts
Breach of contract
Unfair trade practices
Tortious interference with business relations
Insurance coverage/bad faith issues
In the real estate setting, Rob handles the following types of cases:
Fraud/misrepresentation by sellers
Breach of fiduciary duty by developers
Lease disputes between landlord/tenant
Breach of contract/escrow disputes
When construction issues are involved, Rob handles the following types of cases:
Negligent construction/poor workmanship
Defective design and/or engineering
Breach of express and/or implied warranty
Breach of contract
Water damage/structural issues
Whether you are a potential client or an attorney seeking to associate counsel, please call today to discuss your potential case.