Robert I. Rubin has been a Personal Injury, Community Association and Business Litigator in the West Palm Beach/Fort Lauderdale area since moving from New York in 1995.

Robert has argued 43 jury trials to verdict, is Board Certified in Civil Trial Law by the Florida Bar, and has been awarded an AV Preeminent rating by his peers in the Martindale–Hubbell Law directory.


  • Guardian ad Litem
  • Florida Bar Inventory Attorney
  • Westchester County Assistant District Attorney (1983-1986)
  • Assistant Editor: Insurance, Negligence, and Compensation Law Journal (1992-1995)


  • ABOTA 2016 Board of Directors / Membership Chair
  • Temple Beth David, Palm Beach Gardens: “Bimah Band” leader—guitar


  • “Video Surveillance in Personal Injury Cases” (Co-Author) The Florida Bar Journal, June 2011
  • “Discovery and Use of Criminal Convictions in a Civil Case” November, 2009 The Florida Bar Journal
  • “Police Requests for Patient Narcotics Agreements: Placing Physicians Between a Rock and a Hard Place” Florida Medical Magazine Nov. 2008 (Journal of the Florida Medical Association)
  • “Legal, Practical and Ethical Considerations of Medical Malpractice Settlements” The Florida Bar Journal, January, 2009
  • Medical – Legal Implications of the Proposed Colorectal Protocol” (Co-author) Abstract – Cleveland Clinic Florida Colorectal Disease in 1997 Symposium
  • “Tainted Food,” (Co-Author) Trial (March 1993)
  • “Discovery and Use of Criminal Convictions of a Witness in a Civil Trial,” New York Law Journal Vol. 28 No. 18, July 27, 1992
  • “Administrative Agency Records Can Help the Defense,” (Co-Author) For the Defense
  • “Arm Yourself with Discovery in Defending Construction Accident Cases, ” Construction Litigation Reporter (Part I Vol. 12, No. 7, July, 1991; Part II Vol. 12 No. 8 , Aug. 1991)
  • “Removing Guesswork from Calculating Damages in Personal Injury Cases,” Defense Counsel Journal, (January 1991, Vol. 61)
  • “Bulldoze Your Adversaries in Defending Construction Accident Cases,” Construction Law Advisor (July 1991, No. 7)
  • “Ski Liability Law Cuts New Trails” Trial (October 1990)