Robert R. Jimenez - Attorney at Law

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Miami, Florida 33131

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Washington, DC 20003


P 202-546-1761
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Biography

Robert’s practice includes intellectual property and commercial litigation, electronic discovery, and appellate matters. He has experience representing trademark and copyright owners, financial institutions, and commercial clients across varying areas in both state and federal court. Robert routinely counsels businesses on electronic discovery and information governance issues, supporting clients across every phase of the Electronic Discovery Reference Model. He has experience in multijurisdictional data collections, in negotiating e-discovery protocols, and in leading discovery teams and vendors. Additionally, Robert is a Certified E-discovery Specialist, holds the E-discovery Practice Certificate from the Electronic Discovery Institute, and has significant appellate experience.

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Background

Robert received his bachelor’s degree in political science from Florida International University (2005, magna cum laude) and was a member of The Honors College. In 2008, he received his juris doctorate from the University of Florida’s Fredric G. Levin College of Law where he was an editorial member of the Florida Journal of International Law. During law school, Robert studied international and comparative law abroad at Magdalen College, Oxford University. He subsequently studied writing in the extension program at the University of California, Berkeley and at Merton College, Oxford University. In 2013, he matriculated at Wolfson College, Cambridge University for his Master’s Degree in writing from Cambridge (MSt, 2016). He received his LL.M. with a concentration on intellectual property law at American University's Washington College of Law (2015, magna cum laude) where he was awarded the LL.M. Outstanding Legal Research and Writing Award for his graduate article, Revolution: USA, Cuba, and the Future of Trademarks, which was published as the cover article in the July/August edition of Landslide Magazine (the American Bar Association’s intellectual property journal).

Education
  • Florida International University, B.A., (magna cum laude, 2005)
    • The Honors College
  • University of Florida Levin College of Law, J.D. (2008)
    • Florida Journal of International Law
      • Editorial member
  • American University Washington College of Law, LL.M. in Intellectual Property Law (magna cum laude, 2015)
    • LL.M. Outstanding Legal Research and Writing Award recipient
    • Awarded top honor in Electronic Discovery & Litigation in the Digital Age
  • University of Cambridge, MSt. (2016)
    • Member, Wolfson College
Admissions
  • Florida (2009)
  • U.S. Court of Appeals for the 11th Circuit
  • U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida
  • U.S. District Court of the Middle District of Florida
  • District of Columbia (2015)
Professional Associations & Memberships
  • Florida Bar Association
    • Electronic Discovery & Digital Evidence Committee
      • Member
    • Appellate Practice Section
      • Member
  • Association of Certified E-discovery Specialists
    • Member
  • Electronic Discovery Institute
    • Member
  • Hispanic National Bar Association
    • Member
  • British-American Business Council
    • Member
  • American Bar Association
    • Intellectual Property Law Section
      • Member
Articles & Publications
  • “Revolution: USA, Cuba, and the Future of Trademarks,” ABA Landslide Magazine, (Jul/Aug ’16)
  • “Winning Formula: 10 Things To Know About E-discovery,” Daily Business Review (Jan. ’17)
  • “‘Star Trek’ Kickstarts Clash Between Crowdfunding And IP,” LexisNexis Law360 (Apr. ’17)
  • “New Federal Rule Brings With It New E-discovery Risks,” Daily Business Review (Jul. ’17)
  • “Shifting Sands: Sanctions And The Failure To Preserve Data,” Daily Business Review (Oct. ’17)
  • “FRE 502(d) And Why Lawyers Should Use It,” Daily Business Review (March ’18)
  • “E-discovery In Smaller Cases: Tips And Strategies,” Daily Business Review (May ’18)
  • “On Second Thought: Supplementing Expert Reports,” Daily Business Review (Dec. ’18)
  • “Guiding Light: A Primer On E-discovery Protocols,” Daily Business Review (Jan. ’19)
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  • CantabNYC & Cambridge in America
    • Member
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