Robert F. Herrmann is the Chair of Offit Kurman’s New York Construction Law Practice. He represents design professionals, and other construction-related firms and privately held businesses. He acts as general counsel to a number of architects, landscape architects, interior designers, lighting designers, engineers, owners, developers, and contractors, advising them on general business matters and representing them in mediation, arbitration and litigation. Bob is a graduate of Yale College and Columbia Law School. Bob is an Adjunct Professor at the Columbia University School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation where he teaches Advanced Professional Practice to third year Masters students. He is lead author of Law for Architects: What You Need to Know published by W.W. Norton. He has also been a guest speaker at other New York City schools of architecture and has led numerous seminars for design professionals on a variety of topics.
B.A. Yale University
J.D. Columbia University School of Law