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February 2015 Alumni Highlight

February 2015 Alumni Highlight

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Robert E. Colletti (’98) is a partner with Frommer Lawrence & Haug LLP (“FLH”), a leading intellectual property law firm in New York City.  After graduating from Pace Law School’s evening program in 1998, Rob began his career at FLH.  Rob’s practice is focused primarily on patent litigation and counseling.  

While at FLH, Rob has litigated patent infringement cases involving, among other things, blockbuster pharmaceuticals, semiconductor manufacturing equipment, and consumer products.  He has experience in numerous jurisdictions including federal district courts throughout the country, the International Trade Commission, and the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit.  Listed as a top New York City IP litigator in the 2013 and 2014 issues of Super Lawyer, Rob is continually working to exceed client expectations.

Rob’s experience at Pace Law School provided him with the necessary knowledge and advocacy to become a successful attorney.  What he really enjoyed about his time at Pace Law School was the community feeling and open door policy that the professors maintained.  He remembers well the civil procedure classes taught by Professors Carlisle and McLaughlin as well as his criminal law classes with Professors Garfield and Simon.  While at Pace, Rob was the winner of the Carl A. Vergari Excellence in Criminal Law Award.

Since graduating, Rob has attended various alumni events, most recently, he attended a small reception held at a fellow alumni’s home in New York City to welcome the new dean, David Yassky, and hear his vision and plan for the years ahead.  Rob is confident that the Law School is headed in the right direction and will meet any challenges and prosper under the new dean.

Rob currently resides in Chappaqua with his wife, Maria, and their two children.