Rob has been practicing general civil litigation, insurance defense, construction litigation, environmental and natural resources litigation, and appellate advocacy in Montana since 1993. Immediately before joining JMG in 2021, Rob served four years as Montana Deputy Attorney General, representing the State in constitutional law matters and complex environmental cases before the Montana Supreme Court and in federal courts.


Rob received his B.S.Ed. from Ohio University in 1980. After teaching and coaching in public schools in Ohio and Montana, Rob attended law school at the University of Montana, graduating in 1993. He is admitted to practice in the United States District Court for the District of Montana, all State of Montana courts, and the U.S. Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals. Rob is AV-Preeminent rated by Martindale-Hubbell.



B.S.Ed., Ohio University, 1980

J.D., University of Montana School of Law, 1993



Cross V. VanDyke

      Defense of Montana Supreme Court candidate's right to run in election

Barile v. Butte High Sch. & Atlantic Richfield

      Defense verdict in favor of client Atlantic Richfield affirmed

Horn v. Bull River Country Store

      Defense verdict in favor of client Bull River Store affirmed

Kuszmaul v. Sterling Life Ins. Co.

      Summary judgment in wrongful discharge case affirmed

Wheat v. Brown, 2004 MT 33

     Served as independent counsel to Secretary of State, election issue

Montana Metal Bldgs. v. Shapiro 

     Obtained reversal of construction lien foreclosure

Plumb v. Fourth Judicial District Court

     Successfully challenged constitutionality of "empty chair" defense

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