Trusted, Experienced Attorney Providing Representation In Business Disputes and Litigation

With Over 33 Years Of Experience In Complex Commercial And Civil Cases, Attorney Bob Camors Has The Skills Your Business Needs.

A Litigation Attorney For San Jose And Beyond

“Bob exemplifies the very best our profession has to offer with exceptional legal skills and complete integrity.”

Kathryn Meier, Past President Santa Clara County Bar Association.

A respected Attorney for over 33 years, attorney Bob Camors has successfully represented individuals and businesses in many complex litigation matters. He is AV Preeminent* peer review-rated through Martindale-Hubbell, the highest rating. Previously a litigation partner with a major law firm, Mr. Camors has served as the lead attorney in numerous trials and complex civil cases.

As the founder of the Law Offices of Bob Camors in San Jose, he provides representation and litigation consulting to individuals and businesses. He established Law Offices of Bob Camors to focus on certain areas of business, civil and probate litigation that include:

  • Business disputes and lawsuits
  • Commercial disputes
  • Trust and probate litigation, including will contests
  • Employment litigation
  • Construction and contractor disputes
  • Commercial landlord-tenant, unlawful detainer and lease disputes
  • Business fraud
  • Non-compete litigation
  • Unfair business practices and unfair competition

A Litigation Attorney Serving San Jose and the Bay Area including Silicon Valley

Bob Camors is a litigation attorney who centers his practice on representing individuals and small to mid-size technology, service, manufacturing, and web-based companies in both federal and California courts. He has resolved over 200 cases by trial, motion or settlement, and he has served as lead counsel in numerous jury and non-jury trials as well as binding arbitrations. Mr. Camors is registered to practice before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (Registration Number 62405) but restricts his patent and trademark practice to dispute resolution and litigation.

Bob Camors is a skilled and successful courtroom attorney, but also has deep experience in resolving disputes through negotiation and other forms of alternative dispute resolution (ADR), including mediation and arbitration. Representing both plaintiffs and defendants in intellectual property disputes, he has successfully handled cases in all the federal courts of California and at every stage through appeal to the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit.

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Small-Firm Service. Big-Firm Success.

Not every business needs the legal representation of a big law firm when a difficult legal problem arises. Whether your business has been sued or needs to bring a claim, the Law Offices of Bob Camors is ready to provide representation that fits your needs.

The Law Offices of Bob Camors combines big-firm legal talent with the resourceful and personalized service of a smaller, highly accessible firm. As a proven legal adviser to business decision-makers in difficult commercial and intellectual property cases, Bob Camors will work directly with you at every step to provide your business with the kind personalized service needed to resolve significant litigation matters and major disputes.

Because legal disputes can interrupt your business and affect your company’s bottom line, the Law Offices of Bob Camors offers a variety of fee plans to meet your needs. Representation in certain business-related legal matters can qualify for handling on a contingency fee or partial contingency fee basis.

To schedule an initial consultation with an experienced San Jose business litigation attorney, fill out the firm’s intake form or contact Law Offices of Bob Camors at 408-780-0524.

*AV Preeminent and BV Distinguished are certification marks of Reed Elsevier Properties Inc., used in accordance with the Martindale-Hubbell certification procedures, standards and policies. Martindale-Hubbell is the facilitator of a peer review rating process. Ratings reflect the confidential opinions of members of the bar and the judiciary. Martindale-Hubbell ratings fall into two categories: legal ability and general ethical standards.