Rob is passionate about civil rights and fair working conditions and has recovered millions of dollars for his clients through zealous and persistent advocacy against employers who have violated employee rights.
Rob has called the Pacific Northwest home for almost twenty years, since graduating with honors from Virginia Commonwealth University in 1999 and from Syracuse University College of Law in 2002 where he was a member of the Moot Court Honor Society, won the national best advocate award at the Sojourner Truth National Moot Court Competition, and was a certified trial law clerk for the Los Angeles County District Attorney Office.
Rob worked for the Oregon Judicial Department and as an Adjunct Professor of criminology and criminal justice at Portland State University before starting his own firm.
Rob practices in federal and state court in Oregon and Washington, and is active in the Washington State Bar Association, the Oregon State Bar Association, the Clark County Bar Association and the Multnomah County Bar Association, and is a Guardian member of OTLA, the Oregon Trial Lawyers Association. He was elected to the Oregon State Bar Board of Governors in 2019.
When he’s not at work, Rob loves coaching his son’s little league team and fishing, biking, and playing with his family on trips to Central Oregon.