Fob is an attorney in the Birmingham office, where he represents plaintiffs and defendants in a variety of litigation matters in federal and state court, and in FINRA arbitrations.
Fob particularly enjoys representing individual and business plaintiffs that have been injured by bad actors. Prior to law school, Fob owned and operated car washes and co-founded multiple technology startups in the online poker industry. As a small business owner, Fob was a plaintiff in a bet-the-company litigation. This experience inspired him to get his law degree so he could fight for those that have been wronged.
Leveraging his technical background in Software Engineering, Fob is also a member of the firm’s Cybersecurity practice group, where he assists clients in responding to cyber-related intrusions and government audits.
Fob’s public policy interests include immigrants’ rights, prisoners’ rights, and poker players’ rights. Fob also has an interest in suing insurance companies that act in bad faith. He accepts pro bono and contingency matters on a case-by-case basis.
Fob earned his Juris Doctor from Vanderbilt University Law School, where he was a member of the Dean’s list and served as Managing Editor of the Vanderbilt Journal of Entertainment & Technology Law. There, he helped create a DACA eligibility mobile application for Tennessee Justice for Our Neighbors, a Nashville-based nonprofit organization focused on immigration matters. Outside of law Fob enjoys food, wine, tennis, cryptocurrency arbitrage, poker, and spending time with his twin boys.