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Robert G. Davis

Robert G. DavisAssociateDownload PDFvCard510.808.2000


Bob Davis is an attorney in the Eminent Domain and Inverse Condemnation Practice Group and the Trial and Litigation Practice Group. He has defended clients in all aspects of litigation in state and federal court, including drafting and arguing dispositive motions along with handling a myriad of discovery issues. Bob is equally skilled at finding a path toward resolution through alternative dispute resolution, and has handled settlement negotiations and settled numerous cases at mediation.

Bob has also participated in multiple trials for which he drafted motions in limine, special jury instructions, and voir dire questions. He has taken and defended more than 50 depositions of plaintiffs, trial experts, and witnesses. Bob’s approach is to continually evaluate cases and manage case strategy in order to constantly strengthen the client’s position and successfully control litigation budgets.

Bob’s broad litigation experience includes cases involving construction, product liability, employment, landlord-tenant disputes, and all aspects of business defense litigation. His experience includes defending site inspections on behalf of public entities and Fortune 500 companies. As a law clerk at law firms in China and Seattle, Bob worked on intellectual property law matters, including managing international trademark and copyright portfolios of multinational clients.

While in law school, Bob served as senior editor of the Journal of Environmental Law and Litigation. He also served as English editor of the China Oceans Law Review at the Xiamen University School of Law, which he attended on a full government scholarship from the People’s Republic of China.


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