Robert Margolis is a Partner at Robinson Curley & Clayton P.C. Rob concentrates his practice on commercial litigation in a broad range of subject areas, as well as intellectual property counseling and litigation. Rob has a particular wealth of experience litigating disputes arising from corporate insolvencies, including investigating claims for receivers and representing them in the assertion of fraud, RICO, and professional liability claims. In addition, he has successfully represented clients in cases involving the Illinois Consumer Fraud Act, Title VII, breaches of contract, negligence, fraud, and intellectual property disputes. In his intellectual property and entertainment law practice, Rob has secured, protected, and enforced the intellectual property rights, and drafted and negotiated agreements, for software developers, advertising firms, clothing designers, manufacturers, artists, musicians, libraries, and entertainment concerns.
Before joining RCC, Rob worked in New York at the entertainment law and intellectual property litigation boutique Gold Farrell & Marks, where he represented entertainers and other media clients. Prior to that, he was an associate at Proskauer Rose Goetz & Mendelsohn, where he worked on significant intellectual property, sports, and entertainment litigation matters.