Robbin Rahman has more than 18 years of experience helping businesses solve critical financial, operational, and legal problems in a wide variety of industries. He has been engaged in a broad range of business-related matters, including commercial transactions, general corporate law, corporate bankruptcy matters, secured transactions, foreclosures, and business litigation. Robbin is a member of the firm’s Business and Corporate Law Practice Group, Banking and Finance Practice Group, Bankruptcy Practice Group, Litigation Practice Group, and Governmental Relations & Lobbying Practice Group.
Robbin has developed a unique skill set in the emerging cannabis industry, including both medical marijuana and industrial hemp. In this market, he advises pre-license groups seeking licensing in state-regulated markets; core and ancillary cannabis companies, including growers, processors, dispensaries, infused-product manufacturers; testing facilities; real estate developers and investors in a wide array of regulatory and business matters pertaining to their legal marijuana activities.
Over the course of his career, Robbin has been involved in some of the largest, most complex restructuring cases in the country, including the bankruptcy case of one of the "big three" automotive manufacturers, a multi-billion dollar Houston-based oil and gas company, a well-known airline and one of America's oldest steel manufacturers. He has regularly appeared on behalf of his clients in federal and state courts in numerous jurisdictions across the country, including New York, Delaware, Georgia, Florida, Illinois, Texas, and California and has significant appellate court experience, including multiple appeals to the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals.