Robin K. Weinburgh

Robin's practice is focused on protecting the assets of businesses and consumers at every stage. Robin's transactional work includes helping clients form their businesses under the Texas Business and Organizations Code, negotiate commercial and residential lease contracts, draft employment agreements, and take steps to protect his client's intellectual property. On the litigation side, Robin prosecuted and defended his clients in matters involving breach of contract, real property disputes, business disparagement, theft of trade secrets, and intellectual property infringement. He is also experienced with issues involving health care law and complying with state and federal regulations.

Robin has a particular interest in business reputation law, which often involves the interaction of many different legal areas - contracts, torts, employment law, privacy law, the U.S. Constitution, and intellectual property. Robin believes a holistic approach is necessary to fully protect a company's reputation.

Robin graduated cum laude from the University of Houston Law Center, where he was the editor-in-chief of the Houston Journal of Health Law & Policy and awarded for his professionalism and legal writing. He previously clerked with Berg & Androphy, a nationally recognized boutique litigation firm in Houston, and interned with Chief Justice Sherry Radack of the Texas First Court of Appeals.

Prior to becoming a lawyer, Robin worked as a business consultant, grant writer, and professional speaker.

During his legal career, Robin has:

  • Negotiated on behalf of a client in a breach of contract case in which both sides asserted claims against the other; reached a settlement in which opposing party dropped his claims.
  • Defended client in suit alleging defamation and business disparagement by business competitor; both parties ultimately agreed to drop their claims.
  • Drafted employment agreements designed to safeguard a business' reputation from disparaging statements, wrongful use of trade secrets, and theft of intellectual property by current and former employees.
  • Reviewed potential commercial lease agreements on behalf of clients and negotiated with property owner to draft a final commercial lease that better represented client's interests and business plan.
  • Prepare and filed applications for federal trademark and copyright protections for various business clients and took necessary steps to protect client's common-law rights.
  • Engaged in eviction actions on behalf of both property owners and tenants, ranging from Justice Courts to Texas Courts of Appeal.
  • Reviewed and negotiated talent services agreement for family offered a television development deal.


  • EDUCATION: Southwestern University (B.A. 1994); University of Houston Law Center (J.D. cum laude, 2011)

    MEMBER: State Bar of Texas; U.S. District Court, Southern; College of the State Bar of Texas

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