Robert Cooper


Robert advocates for clients involve in high-stakes appeals and writ proceedings across various Supreme Courts, federal courts, state and appellate courts across multiple jurisdictions. Robert practices also emphasizes both trial-court and appellate representation in such fields as intellectual-property protection and e-commerce disputes; federal, state, and local taxation; insurance coverage and bad-faith defense; and public pension plans. In addition to appellate advocacy, Robert works closely with trial counsels, taking the lead on or assisting with preservation of errors, dispositive motions, class-action certification, jury instructions, and post-trial motions. 

His clients are national and multinational corporations in a variety of industries, including financial services, telecommunications, insurance, and Internet and technology sectors. Roberts practice extends beyond representing parties in litigation. He also advises businesses in drafting and enforcing arbitration agreements and in establishing fair and effective dispute-resolution programs with consumers and employees 

Academic qualification  

Bachelor of Laws (LLB) University of Aberdeen (1989-1993) 

Master of Laws (LLM) degree Columbia Law School (1993-1995) 

Bar Admission 

Seattle 1996 

California 2000 

Professional Qualification 

Admitted at Perkins Coie 1997-2005 

Admitted at Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer 2007 –2014 

Admitted at Bf Solution 2014