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Bobby Robinson



Bobby focuses his practice in the areas of corporate and intellectual property law. He assists clients in a wide range of business and IP matters, including business formations, commercial agreements, mergers and acquisitions, trademark, copyright, social media and FTC endorsement/ disclosure regulatory compliance, as well as serving as outside general counsel.

He is known for zealously representing his clients by effectively communicating complex issues and demonstrating creativity and versatility when seeking to develop solutions to his client's problems. 

Before joining Nexsen Pruet, Bobby founded a boutique law firm focused on business matters, such as strategic & growth planning, commercial contracts, buy-sell of businesses, entity formations, succession planning, and trademark laws. Bobby is a very entrepreneurially focused attorney and passionate about technology and innovation. That said, Bobby also founded a legal technology company, IntellyDoc and is deeply involved in the Charlotte start-up and business ecosystem.


  • Everest University, MBA, cum laude
  • Columbia Southern University, MPA, magna cum laude
  • Charlotte School of Law, J.D., cum laude
Bar Admissions

North Carolina

Civic & Professional Memberships
  • North Carolina State Bar Association
  • Mecklenburg County Bar Association
  • John S. Leary Bar Association
Nexsen Pruet Recognized

“Legal Elite,” Corporate Law – Business North Carolina Magazine (2019 & 2021)

Bobby and his family are faithful members of the Kingdom Church of Christ in Charlotte, North Carolina.

“You have the instinct to serve, and the skills to succeed. In fact, you have skills across a number of areas. Don’t separate these skills; integrate them. The future will be written by those who integrate their whole being.” Robert F. Smith, Philantropist and Investor