Roman Silberfeld Named 2018 Lawdragon Legend

June 29, 2018

Robins Kaplan is pleased to announce that Lawdragon has named Roman Silberfeld a 2018 “Lawdragon Legend.” This exclusive list recognizes highly acclaimed attorneys who have been chosen 10 times for Lawdragon’s “500 Leading Lawyers in America” list. This year, Silberfeld is one of just 31 attorneys to be named a “Lawdragon Legend.”

Silberfeld is a partner at Robins Kaplan with a record of courtroom success across many challenging disciplines. A highly experienced trial lawyer, Silberfeld serves as the firm’s National Trial Chair, a role in which he marshals proven and effective trial strategies, tactics, and techniques to benefit the firm’s clients nationwide.

Silberfeld has earned more than 50 trial victories, including a $319 million judgment against Walt Disney in a case over profits from ABC’s “Who Wants to Be a Millionaire.” The verdict he secured in that trial is the largest ever obtained in a Hollywood accounting lawsuit. In a career spanning more than four decades, he has performed groundbreaking work in asbestos and mass tort litigation and is considered a leading class action attorney. In one series of actions over LCD displays, he recovered more than $400 million for national retailer Best Buy.

A leader both within Robins Kaplan and in the legal community at large, Silberfeld serves as vice president of the International Academy of Trial Lawyers, an exclusive body of civil and criminal trial lawyers from 30 different countries worldwide. Silberfeld has also been chosen to serve as chairman of the advisory board of the Civil Justice Research Institute, an organization dedicated to conducting independent research on access to U.S. courts.

To view the full list of 2018 “Lawdragon Legends,” click here.

Roman M. Silberfeld

Partner

National Trial Chair

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