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Internationally-renowned litigator Robert Shapiro is a senior partner at Los Angeles-based Glaser Weil Fink Howard Avchen & Shapiro LLP. He has represented a number of high-profile corporations, including Rockstar Energy Drink, Diamond Resorts International, Steve Wynn and Wynn Resorts Ltd, Cadeau Express, as well as many celebrity clients.

Mr. Shapiro has a reputation for being a zealous advocate for his clients. His success in trying cases has allowed him to negotiate settlements and bring resolution without going to trial. His abstract imagination gives him the ability to analyze facts from all sides.

Mr. Shapiro has more than 30 years of criminal litigation practice, including the successful defenses of O.J. Simpson and Christian Brando. Shortly after the Simpson trial, Mr. Shapiro steered his practice away from criminal defense and toward the civil arena. The striking evolution of his career gives him a background that is unmatched by most attorneys. Many civil litigators have experience taking depositions, but cannot carry that experience into the courtroom or in front of a jury, which sets Mr. Shapiro apart.

Mr. Shapiro received a business degree in finance from the University of California, Los Angeles in 1965 and obtained his law degree from Loyola Law… Read More

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Law Firm

Glaser Weil Fink Howard Avchen & Shapiro,LLP

Areas of Practice

Securities, Business Litigation, Entertainment Litigation

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Member Of

The Brent Shapiro Foundation

Lectures & Writings

“Lawyers Get $35,000 an Hour — and Shareholders Foot the Bill,” by Robert Shapiro, HuffPost Crime, Sept. 26, 2012

“Hurdles in Securities Fraud Litigation: An Overview,” by Robert L. Shapiro and Janet S. McCloud, Securities Litigation Report, October 2011

“In Blake Versus Peterson, Difference Was Defense Strategy,” by Robert L. Shapiro, Los Angeles Daily Journal Forum, March 28, 2005

“What if a juror’s motive is a lucrative book deal?” by Robert L. Shapiro, San Jose Mercury News, Nov. 21, 2004

“The Basic Rules of White-Collar Defense,” by Robert Shapiro, Wall Street Journal, July 19, 2004

“Misconception,” by Robert Shapiro and Walt Becker, 2002

“The Search for Justice: A Defense Attorney’s Brief on the O.J. Simpson Case,” by Robert L. Shapiro, 1996