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Rob seeks to build strong, authentic relationships with his clients by providing practical, commercial advice. He is a business-minded, solutions-oriented counselor.
On a daily basis, Rob represents a diverse group of organizations, from early-stage companies to institutional advisers. Rob helps clients launch, operate, and grow their businesses, advising on a wide breadth of legal and regulatory issues. He has particular experience in transactions involving complex corporate structures, as well as ongoing adjustments to their management and ownership arrangements. Rob has leveraged this experience by serving as outside general counsel to early-stage companies, many of which are led by traditionally underrepresented founders and executives.
In addition to his corporate practice, Rob has extensive experience representing pro bono clients and served on the legal staff of the Lowenstein Center for the Public Interest, which directs the firm’s pro bono program and other forms of civic and philanthropic engagement. He was part of a team that submitted an amicus brief to the U.S. Supreme Court in the matter of Arizona v. The Inter Tribal Council of Arizona, Inc., a case involving voter registration requirements.