Robert J. Gundert
Robert Gundert has more than 30 years of civil litigation and trial experience including lawsuits involving real property, business, civil rights, employment, personal injury, wrongful death, construction and estate disputes. He has also handled a variety of civil appeals, including two cases that have been published (Graham v. Beers (1994) 30 Cal.App.4th 1656 and Stewart v. City of Pismo Beach (1995) 35 Cal.App.4th 1600). He has also written various articles and spoken on topics relating to litigation. He joined the Campbell Warburton firm in 2012 and continues his practice in business and general civil litigation.
Bob enjoys spending time with his family and friends in a variety of settings, including sporting activities (as a spectator or participant), hiking, travel and enjoying all that California has to offer. Not to be overlooked is his true fan devotion to his alma mater. He “bleeds Blue and Gold.” Go Bears!
Born Lodi, California, June 27, 1957; admitted to bar 1982, California. Education: University of California, Berkeley (A.B 1979); University of Santa Clara (J.D. 1982). Member: State Bar of California; U.S. District Court, Northern, Southern, Central and Eastern Districts of California.
Reported Cases: Graham v. Beers (1994) 30 Cal.App.4th 1656; Stewart v. City of Pismo Beach (1995) 35 Cal.App.4th 1600.
Publications: “Punitive Damages Reaffirmed,” California Defense Magazine; “Assumption of Risk: A Common Sense Defense With a Bad Name,” California Defense Magazine; and various articles for San Luis Obispo County Bar Bulletin. Lectures and Seminars: Public Entity Defense Seminar; Insurance Claims and Coverage Seminar.
Practice Areas: Civil Litigation; Commercial Litigation; Constitutional Law; Construction Accidents; Construction Law; Real Estate Litigation; Elder Abuse; Insurance Law; Intellectual Property and Trade Secrets; Probate Litigation; Public Entity Defense