Robert Loh has extensive experience conducting internal and forensic investigations along with advising clients on restructuring, litigation and consulting engagements.

Robert has more than 10 years of experience working closely with court appointed trustees and examiners, trial lawyers, in-house counsel, corporate boards, management teams and high-net worth individuals. He has conducted complex investigations involving financial crimes and employee misconduct, bankruptcy disputes, and the analysis of economic damages all across a wide range of industries.

Robert is actively involved with the firm’s pro-bono practice and regularly teaches training sessions on both technical and professional skills. Prior to joining Stout, he was employed in the Corporate Recovery Services practice of a Top 10 national accounting firm.

Select Publications

  • American Bankruptcy Institute December 2016

    Contributing editor - Understanding Ordinary: A Primer on Financial and Economic Considerations for the Ordinary Course Defenses to Bankruptcy Preference Actions, Second Edition
  • American Bankruptcy Institute June 2016

    Time Out: Resetting the Clock for Avoidance Actions
  • American Bankruptcy Institute June 2015

    In Hellas II, Second Circuit Finds “Intent” Key to Limiting Safe Harbor Under 11 U.S.C. § 546(e)
  • American Bankruptcy Institute February 2015

    Chapter 7: Navigating Life as a Financial Advisor in Bankruptcy’s Rabbit Hole