FTI Consulting Inc.
Golden Gate University
Mr. Robman focuses on large-scale electronic evidence production, internal corporate investigations, and computer forensics engagements. He frequently assists clients involved in government investigations, HSR merger issues, intellectual property theft, securities investigations, and other types of class action litigation. Mr. Robman is also a CLE lecturer on the subjects of electronic discovery and securities regulation. Mr. Robman’s experience includes several years of conducting internal investigations while employed in Bank of America’ Regulatory Investigations Group on a variety of securities related issues. In this role, Mr. Robman supervised large scale investigations involving the global corporate and investment bank activities in equity and debt trading, prime brokerage (hedge funds), mergers and acquisitions, syndicated finance, equity research, public finance, private equity, broker-dealer services, and retail wealth management. Mr. Robman’s experience also includes over five years of civil discovery, commercial litigation, commercial transactional work, real estate litigation and creditors’ bankruptcy rights. As a litigation associate, Mr. Robman drafted, reviewed, and negotiated various agreements for corporate clients including licensing agreements, real property leases, financing agreements, and related business transactional documents. He developed and cultivated a personal client book, and he handled cases from initial client interview through trial, settlement, and bankruptcy resolution. Mr. Robman holds a Juris Doctorate degree from the Golden Gate University School of Law and a B.A. in political science from the University of California, Santa Barbara.