As an attorney at Flaherty & Hood, P.A., Robert focuses his practice on complex litigation and general problem solving on behalf of Greater Minnesota cities. Among his concentrations are matters dealing with real estate, economic development, land use and annexation, eminent domain, public utilities, the environment and general municipal issues. Robert has represented clients in federal and state district and appellate courts and before administrative agencies, including the Bureau of Mediation Services and Office of Administrative Hearings. He also has experience representing clients in arbitrations and mediations.
Prior to joining Flaherty & Hood, P.A. in 2007, Robert represented private litigants in general civil matters for Thomas A. Foster & Associates, Ltd. and Waters & Scott, PLLP. He also worked as a legislative assistant for the Michigan House of Representatives.
Robert graduated cum laude from William Mitchell College of Law in 2003 and holds a B.A. in English and Communications from the University of Michigan. He is admitted to practice law in Minnesota (2003), Wisconsin (2004) the United States District Court for the District of Minnesota (2004) and the Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals (2006).