The Adolph Law Group PLLC

Robert Adolph - Seattle Attorney
Robert J. Adolph

Robert J. Adolph is the founder and owner of The Adolph Law Group PLLC.  He has specialized in achieving innovative solutions to difficult legal problems. Mr. Adolph has over 40 years of complex business litigation experience in courts in Washington, Oregon, Alaska, California and Montana and has often represented international clients from Asia and Europe.

Mr. Adolph frequently provides advice and analysis on case management strategy to clients and other law firms, including monitoring on-going litigation.  Mr. Adolph forms and manages strategic alliances with other law firms and lawyers for effective representation in any geographic area. The Adolph Law Group will choose allied law firms, associates and contract lawyers specifically for the needs of a particular engagement.

Mr. Adolph also offers legal opinions as an expert witness on engagements in civil and commercial professional negligence cases for both plaintiffs and defendants. He has proffered opinions as to the standard of care of lawyers in the State of Washington in a broad range of issues. Mr. Adolph has been engaged to opine on the reasonableness of legal fee applications under Washington law.

As a trial attorney, Mr. Adolph litigated jury and bench cases, as well as numerous arbitrations, involving a diverse spectrum of complex commercial issues, including business ownership and contract disputes, antitrust, executive compensation, environmental law, intellectual property and trade regulation, real property, and securities. He has been named a Washington State “Super Lawyer” in commercial litigation by Washington Law & Politics Magazine numerous times. Mr. Adolph was given the highest “AV” peer rating from Martindale Hubbell Law Directory for over 40 consecutive years, appeared in the Bar Register of Preeminent Lawyers, and has had a perfect “Superb Rated Attorney” score of 10 from AVVO.

Memberships:  American Bar Association; Washington State Bar Association; WSBA Fee Arbitration Board, 1988—2005, University of Wisconsin Bascom Hill Society; Bencher’s Society; Board Member, Wisconsin Innocence Project. 

Admissions:  State of Washington; U.S. District Court, Western & Eastern Districts of Washington; U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit;  U.S. Supreme Court. 

Education: University of Wisconsin (B.A., Journalism), University of Wisconsin, (J.D. Madison); Dean’s List; Board of Editors, Wisconsin Law Review; Note published. – “Usury and the Time Price Exception,” Wisconsin Law Review.