Bob Alpert is a Partner in the Commercial, Class Action and Products Liability Litigation Practices. Mr. Alpert has represented clients in a wide variety of complex, high exposure litigation matters throughout the United States, including the following:
- National coordinating and lead trial counsel for national manufacturer in connection with its defense of public nuisance and personal injury claims arising from alleged exposure to lead paint.
- National coordinating counsel for one of the country’s largest retailers in connection with its defense of multiple putative class action and individual cases arising from the sale of pressure treated wood.
- National coordinating counsel for international real estate developer in connection with defending more than 50 individual, multi-party and putative class action lawsuits arising out of the development of residential resort communities.
- National coordinating counsel for various companies in connection with defense of individual product liability claims arising from role with e-cigarette/vape devices and/or their component parts.
- Regional coordinating counsel for international pharmaceutical manufacturer in connection with defending claims arising from the sale of prescription medication.
Mr. Alpert's products liability experience includes defending clients in a wide range of industries including automotive, pharmaceutical, building products, chemical additive, medical device and e-cigarette/vape devices.
Mr. Alpert’s extensive class action experience includes defending clients in product liability, consumer fraud, insurance, real estate and sales tax class action cases in state and federal courts nationwide.
Mr. Alpert’s practice also focuses on representing clients in connection with complex insurance coverage disputes. He advises clients on matters involving first-party and third-party insurance coverage, including issues relating to commercial general liability, errors and omissions, property, automotive and D&O policies, and has represented clients in state and federal courts throughout the U.S. in declaratory judgment and other insurance coverage litigation.