Bob has been practicing law in the Bay Area for over 45 years. He began his career in 1969 as an antitrust litigation attorney for the Law Offices of Joseph L. Alioto in San Francisco. In 1971 he was one of the founding partners of Randick & O’Dea, an Oakland civil practice and business litigation firm (formerly Spinetta, Randick & O’Dea). He and partner Brian O’Dea relocated their practice to the Tri-Valley in 2000.
Bob’s experience encompasses a wide range of practice areas. He has retained an expertise in trade regulation matters and, in addition to antitrust, his complex litigation experience includes business fraud litigation, contract litigation and estate and trust litigation. Bob also serves as outside general counsel to numerous small to medium sized businesses in the Bay Area, providing services in the areas of entity formation, business acquisitions and transactions, real estate acquisitions and financing, executive estate planning, and intellectual property and trademark prosecution and litigation.
University of San Francisco School of Law (J.D. 1969)
University of Stockholm (graduate studies in economics)
Pomona College (B.A. in Economics 1965)
Bob was admitted to practice law in 1969 to the State Bar of California, various U.S. District Courts, the Second Circuit and the Federal Circuit. He is also an active member of the University of San Francisco School of Law Board of Counselors.