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Rob Lee litigates high-stakes commercial disputes in state and federal court at the trial level with an emphasis on construction defect litigation. In his construction cases, Rob has represented owners of projects ranging from high-end private residences to premium high-rise developments costing more than $1 billion to construct.
Rob also has considerable experience representing public entities, including local governments, in a variety of cases including civil lawsuits and commercial disputes regarding government contracts, among others.
Prior to joining the Firm, Rob practiced law with an Am Law 50 firm in Los Angeles, where he litigated complex cases including consumer class actions, as well as antitrust, entertainment and intellectual property lawsuits.
He is admitted to practice in all California state courts, as well as the Central and Southern Districts of California of the U.S. District Court.
Critically involved in high profile antitrust and unfair competition litigation in the sports and entertainment context, including by assisting in the depositions of a prominent sports figure and his affiliates and participating in the drafting of victorious summary judgment briefing.
Represented a nationwide commercial developer in a contract dispute arising in connection with the construction of a large development in West Los Angeles.
Argued motion to compel in federal court in case against multiple Fortune 500 technology companies.
Represented prominent nationwide retailer throughout investigation by California governmental entities relating to retailer’s environmental practices.