Rob Wilder is the attorney clients choose when a situation requires the utmost level of
experience, finesse and resourcefulness. A litigator and counselor for over 35 years, Rob
is known for his tenacious work ethic and talent for producing useful research, combined
with his ability to develop effective strategies for success.
Having litigated more than 200 jury trials, Rob is a personable and persuasive individual,
highly skilled in the art of presenting large amounts of complex information in a manner
that is concise and approachable. His expertise includes helping clients face litigation
pertaining to products liability, catastrophic injuries, employment and healthcare, but he
has also represented clients with antitrust suits and served as an advisor for corporate
clients performing internal investigations.
Comfortable serving as a lead counsel or within teams of attorneys from a variety of
concentrations, Rob has built a reputation based on integrity, success and
professionalism. Formerly an Assistant U. S. Attorney and a Lieutenant in the U.S. Navy
JAG Corps, he believes his success has been due to his fierce protection of his clients’
best interests and complex understanding of administrative matters, along with the effort
he applies to conduct discovery and prepare cases for trial.
With a comprehensive knowledge of numerous industries, from banking, health care and
pharmaceuticals to heavy industrials and building materials, Rob is considered the ‘go to’
guy when businesses are on the line and livelihoods are at stake. His experience and
proven track record is backed by a solid educational background, and the many honors
that he has earned attest to the value of his conscientious and thorough approach.
- Listed in Best Lawyers in America in Healthcare for 10 years.
- Listed in SuperLawyers and Legal Elite.
Outside of helping his clients achieve their goals, Rob enjoys pursuing an active lifestyle
and spending time with his family, which includes his wife, two grown children and two
grandchildren. Tutoring third graders in the Little Lawyers Literacy program, reading
and cooking are some of his other favorite pastimes.