Robert Kleinman is a fearless litigator and unrelenting advocate for his clients. He is admitted to the Supreme Court of the United States and licensed to practice in Texas, New York and Connecticut. Robert is a graduate of New York University (bachelors), Yeshiva University’s Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law (LL.M. in intellectual property) and the Quinnipiac University School of Law (JD). He has litigated trademark and copyright matters in U.S. Federal Courts and secured registered trademarks and other intellectual property rights on behalf of his clients in more than 50 countries.
Robert enjoys a broad and unconventional caseload and loves a challenge. For example, he was the first attorney to file a successful class action against a puppy mill; he represented the seller in one of the 10 largest domain-name transactions in the history of the internet; and is one of a handful of attorneys to have secured a 3-dimensional trademark in the United States.
He is frequently mistaken for the ferocious African honey badger also a small and fearless predator. The honey badger is well known for killing and eating Cobras, Black Mambas and other venomous snakes, attacking full grown lions and eating honey direct from a hive full of stinging bees.