Robert E. Goldman brings to his clients his extensive background in criminal law, both as a prosecutor and defense attorney. He also handles civil rights matters where law enforcement oversteps the proper boundaries of the law. In addition, he practices art, antiquities, and collections law, representing individuals, institutions, and countries in matters relating to art and cultural property. His client base is nationwide.

Bob has extensive background in courtroom litigation, with 38 years of trial experience. Bob has previously served as a state and federal prosecutor for 28 years, 19 years of which were with the United States Department of Justice. He has broad experience in the widest range of criminal cases, including white-collar crime, violent crime, allegations of fraud, political corruption, narcotics cases, and art and museum theft.

As a former prosecutor, he knows and understands how criminal cases are built and how to assist the client navigate through criminal investigations, including grand jury investigations. Should the unfortunate result and you find yourself charged with a criminal offense, you need an attorney who understands how to, and will, fight on your behalf."

"Aggressive fighting for the right is the noblest sport the world affords."

—Theodore Roosevelt