Robert Jimenez

Senior Counsel

Mr. Robert Jimenez brings over a decade of experience to the Milberg team, specializing in complex litigation with a focus on E-discovery and intellectual property.

“The core of litigation is the discovery process, and evidence in the modern age is overwhelmingly digital,” he explains. “Data presents novel legal issues that are interesting and require innovative solutions. I am passionate about the intersection between law and technology.” 

After graduating from the University of Florida’s Levin College of Law, Mr. Jimenez began practicing law in 2009, mainly in the areas of commercial and real estate litigation. For three-and-a-half years, he had his own practice before joining a historic Florida law firm. In 2014, Mr. Jimenez pursued an LL.M. in Intellectual Property Law at American University’s Washington College of Law, and in 2015, he returned to Miami to pursue IP and continue his commercial litigation practice. He also began focusing on e-discovery at that time and was awarded the CEDS credential by the Association of Certified E-discovery Specialists, as well as the E-discovery Practice Certificate by the E-discovery Institute.  

Mr. Jimenez has been a member of the ABA Intellectual Property Section and has served on the Florida Bar’s E-discovery and Digital Evidence sub-committee. He frequently publishes on the topics of E-discovery and intellectual property. Additionally, Mr. Jimenez had his LL.M. thesis, Revolution: USA, Cuba, and the Future of Trademarks, published in 2016 as the cover article of the ABA IP journal, Landslide Magazine. 

Outside the office, Mr. Jimenez enjoys playing hockey, with 26 years of experience under his belt (including collegiate ice hockey). He also enjoys creative writing and science fiction. Mr. Jimenez is actively involved in alumni associations and events for two of his four alma maters (Florida International University and Cambridge University).

  • “Revolution: USA, Cuba, and the Future of Trademarks,” ABA Landslide Magazine, (Jul/Aug ’16)
  • “Winning Formula: 10 Things To Know About E-discovery,” Daily Business Review (Jan. ’17)
  • “‘Star Trek’ Kickstarts Clash Between Crowdfunding And IP,” LexisNexis Law360 (Apr. ’17)
  • “New Federal Rule Brings With It New E-discovery Risks,” Daily Business Review (Jul. ’17)
  • “Shifting Sands: Sanctions And The Failure To Preserve Data,” Daily Business Review (Oct. ’17)
  • “FRE 502(d) And Why Lawyers Should Use It,” Daily Business Review (March ’18)
  • “E-discovery In Smaller Cases: Tips And Strategies,” Daily Business Review (May ’18)
  • “On Second Thought: Supplementing Expert Reports,” Daily Business Review (Dec. ’18)
  • “Guiding Light: A Primer On E-discovery Protocols,” Daily Business Review (Jan. ’19)

Practice Areas


  • MSt, Cambridge University, 2016
  • LL.M., American University Washington College of Law, magna cum laude, 2015
  • J.D., University of Florida Levin College of Law, 2008
  • B.A., Florida International University, magna cum laude, 2005

Bar Admissions

  • U.S. Court of Appeals for the 11th Circuit
  • U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida
  • U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Florida
  • Florida, 2009
  • New York, 2020
  • D.C., 2015


  • Best Lawyers in America, "Ones to Watch," 2021
  • South Florida Legal Guide, Top Lawyer, 2021
  • Florida Super Lawyers, Rising Star, 2021
  • E-discovery Practice Certificate
  • CEDS Credential

Professional Activities

  • ABA Intellectual Property Section
  • Association of Certified E-discovery Specialists
  • British-American Business Council
  • Cuban American Bar Association
  • Electronic Discovery Institute
  • Florida Bar’s E-discovery and Digital Evidence sub-committee