Robert LoBue served as Co-Chair of the Firm and Managing Partner from 2007 to 2014. His practice includes both a first-seat role in many of the Firm's most significant complex business disputes as well as his long-time focus on intellectual property and First Amendment litigation and counseling. Mr. LoBue has argued numerous appeals in various federal and state courts. Mr. LoBue is co-author of the Media Law Resource Center's 50-State Survey of Media Privacy and Related Law and of articles on media issues and federal procedure. He is the recipient of the Thurgood Marshall Award conferred by the Association of the Bar of the City of New York for his pro bono service in a death penalty case, and has filed amicus briefs in the US Supreme Court on behalf of retired federal judges and human rights organizations in several landmark cases relating to the 'War on Terror'.
University of Pennsylvania Law School (J.D. 1978); Brown University (A.B. 1975)