Rob Razzano focuses his practice on complex commercial litigation and patent matters.
In his patent litigation practice, Rob represents patent holders and accused infringers in disputes and he has recently been a key member of two patent litigation trial teams in December of 2012 in the Eastern District of Texas and January of 2013 in the Southern District of Ohio.
Rob has represented project owners, contractors and subcontractors in large, complex litigation and arbitration arising from both public and private construction projects. He has represented government contractors in connection with construction controversies involving post-war reconstruction projects located in the Middle East, including Afghanistan; U.S. Army Corps of Engineers flood control projects located in and around the Mississippi River Gulf Outlet; archeological surveying services; and the closure and remediation of a former Department of Energy nuclear facility in Ohio. His work has included advice and assistance in preparation of requests for equitable adjustment, as well as the prosecution of claim appeals before the Armed Services Board of Contract Appeals, bid protests before the Government Accountability Office and procurement-related litigation in federal courts.
Rob has represented product and premises defendants in toxic tort and asbestos litigation in Ohio and Kentucky and has represented lenders in foreclosure actions and other collections litigation.
Rob has written about intellectual property issues, including copyright, trademark and state rights of publicity as they relate to professional athletes, and he is a regular contributor to BakerHostetler’s Data Privacy Monitor blog, offering commentary on data privacy and information security topics.
Rob is a member of the Cincinnati and Kentucky Bar Associations and has been named a 2011 Ohio Super Lawyers “Rising Star.”
12/7/2012 - 173 BakerHostetler Attorneys Named 2012 Super Lawyers; 55 Named Rising Stars
12/31/2011 - 2011 Super Lawyers Announced