Robert Levine is a Senior Manager in the Dispute Consulting group. The practice encompasses all areas of litigation support, forensic accounting and computer forensics. Robert has significant experience in providing a broad range of business and financial advice to trial lawyers and in-house counsel throughout the dispute process, including matters involving breach of contract, tortious interference, shareholder disputes, warranty and recall disputes, fraud and forensic investigations, post M&A disputes, securities litigation, business interruption claims, disputes in the context of bankruptcy, labor and economics disputes, as well as matters involving theft of trade secrets and intellectual property infringement.

Robert received a Bachelor of Business Administration degree from the University of Michigan, Stephen M. Ross School of Business, having graduated with High Distinction.

Prior to joining Stout, Robert was with Deloitte & Touche, LLP in its Audit & Enterprise Risk Services group in Detroit.

Select Publications

  • New Risks. New Remedies. Bridging the Gap Between What’s Now and What’s Next. September 2018

    2018 Automotive Warranty & Recall Report
  • American Bankruptcy Institute January 2016

    Guarding Your Character: Demonstrating Intent in Private-Equity Funding
  • Law 360 July 2015

    Informing The Artisan: Reasonable Certainty In Patent Claims
  • American Bar Association May 2015

    Texas Supreme Court Addresses Standard for Expert Opinion on Damages
  • Journal of Damages in International Arbitration April 2015

    Dollars and Common Sense: Understanding Reasonable Certainty in International Arbitration
  • American Bar Association November 2014

    Bankruptcy Court Eschews Reliance on Multi-Factor Test
  • ABI Committee Newsletter November 2014

    A Test of Character: Challenges to Unsecured Claims in the Mt. Olive Bankruptcy
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Select Presentations and Speeches

  • ENG Automotive Warranty Management Conference USA October 2017

    Automotive Strategic Insights Developing a Supplier Pilot Program to Reduce Recall Risk
  • Society of Automotive Analyst's Automotive Warranty and Recall Symposium March 2017

    Re-engineering Recall: What Will the Future of Recall Look Like?
  • MICPA June 2016

    The Anatomy of Financial Statements – Oops, on the Brink of Bankruptcy
  • Society of Automotive Analysts March 2016

    Report on Automotive Warranty Claims and OEM Recalls