Robert Ahdoot has been practicing law since 1994. He graduated cum laude from Pepperdine Law School, where he served as the literary editor of the Pepperdine Law Review. During law school, Mr. Ahdoot gained valuable experience clerking for the Honorable Paul Flynn at the California Court of Appeals. Prior to founding Ahdoot Wolfson with Tina Wolfson, Mr. Ahdoot worked as a civil litigator at the Los Angeles office of Mendes & Mount, LLP.
As a principal attorney at Ahdoot Wolfson, Mr. Ahdoot litigates consumer class actions aimed to stop unlawful and deceptive business practices and remedy consumer privacy violations. Mr. Ahdoot has achieved successful results in a number of class actions against major credit card companies for privacy breaches and leading sneaker manufacturers for false advertising of toning shoe benefits. He has also played an integral role in the California automotive industry adopting a warning and education protocol for the hazardous effects of automobile emissions. Mr. Ahdoot also has extensive experience in business and real estate litigation, as well as representing plaintiffs in employment law and catastrophic personal injury cases.