WHAT CLIENTS SAY
“Bob understands the business-side completely.”
“He knows what we need to do to prepare for the future of the industry.”
MY CLIENT PHILOSOPHY
"Listen. Learn. Deliver. It is important to understand the client’s legal and commercial objectives in a matter, what is the ideal outcome and what is an acceptable outcome. My area is all about business, and it is critically important to become fully immersed in and learn as much about the business and its competitive marketplace as is relevant; I am privileged to be able to earn an MBA in my client’s business so that I can provide tailored and thoughtful advice. Delivering means producing the best possible outcome in the most client-friendly way, and always being truly responsive to the client."
– Robert Schlossberg
Bob has over 30 years’ experience representing clients on a full range of antitrust matters before the US Department of Justice’s antitrust division and the Federal Trade Commission.
Listed as a leading lawyer by Global Counsel, Euromoney Expert Guides and The International Who’s Who of Competition Lawyers, Bob has also advised on acquisitions by foreign entities that are subject to US national security review under the Exon-Florio Act. This includes the development and co-ordination of successful filing and clearance strategies before the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS).
He has worked within a wide variety of industries, including chemicals, consumer goods, energy, industrial machinery, medical devices, pharmaceuticals, publishing, software and transportation.
Bob has written and spoken extensively on antitrust issues and foreign investment review of cross-border transactions. He is a former chair of the M&A Committee of the Antitrust Bar Association Section of Antitrust Law and the editor of the ABA Antitrust Section treatise on US antitrust law as applied to mergers and acquisitions (third edition).