For more than 10 years Rob has helped clients manage risk and evaluate, secure, and enforce their rights in commercial contracts and real estate and business disputes.
Much of Rob’s practice involves representing banks and commercial creditors in troubled loan and credit relationships, navigating the complex issues that arise when businesses struggle, fail, and generally aren’t paying as agreed. He has extensive experience with mitigating risk in and out of court by working through and resolving forbearance arrangements, enforcement actions, real estate foreclosures, asset surrenders, receiverships, and liquidation sales. Rob also works with creditors that are drawn into bankruptcy actions or subjected to receiverships, helping clients maximize their recovery in those situations. Rob sues and collects claims, invoices and debts pre and post judgment. For every matter, he seeks the best possible outcome for the client according to the client’s specific goals and objectives.
Clients appreciate Rob’s willingness to truly understand their goals and their businesses on a case by case basis. His scrutiny of their operations and finances is a necessary part of his in-depth preparation, but also a means to narrow the scope of legal issues and to streamline dispute resolution. He looks at clients’ problems from a pragmatic, bottom-line perspective, always asking whether a claim or defense should be pursued, not if it can be pursued. Rob formulates an individual plan of collection for each collection matter based upon information known for the client and discernible with his investigation of the debtor. Rob also applies his litigation experience to help clients identify and avoid problems before they occur, particularly by drafting and review their contracts especially as it relates to default.
Outside of the office, Rob enjoys spending time with his wife and child as well as ice hockey.