Robert Grimble has been practicing law in New York City since 1976. Originally from Columbus, Ohio, Bob grew up outside of Pittsburgh, PA.
He earned his Bachelor of Science from Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in 1972, and went on to earn his law degree from Northeastern University in 1975. After serving as clerk to the Honorable Eugene Nardelli, now retired from the Appellate Division, First Department, Bob went into private practice in 1981.
Bob was a partner at Jennings & Grimble, P.C., for over seven years before starting his own firm, Robert Grimble, P.C. In 2002, Bob teamed up with Robin LoGuidice, who was of counsel to his firm, to form Grimble & LoGuidice, LLC.
Bob believes in giving back to the community. He has worked for many years as a volunteer at Eviction Intervention Services and Project Basement and in 2003 he was awarded the prestigious Jane Brown Service award.
Bob has many interests other than the practice of law that contribute to his understanding of the people he serves. As a former musician, Bob enjoys playing low brass and saxophone, and he is also an accomplished painter. In his free time he enjoys photography, working with computers, reading science fiction, practicing Pilates, and scuba diving.
Robin LoGuidice has been practicing law in New York since 1991.
As a partner of Grimble & LoGuidice, LLC, Robin draws on her extensive experience in New York City real estate development and business to serve our clients.
Robin came to New York from Texas in 1980, after finishing her Masters in Vocal Performance, to pursue a career in the performing arts. After several years performing in New York and Germany, Robin attended Fordham Law School.
Robin served as legal counsel in the New York City real estate development market before entering private practice. Robin draws on her extensive business background to successfully negotiate settlements in complex litigation and contested matrimonial cases.
Shaina Weissman has been practicing law in New York since 2014, after practicing in Boston. She began law school in California, and graduated from Northeastern University School of Law. Throughout her legal education, she completed four internships, and one clinic in which she advocated in Boston Municipal Court for survivors of domestic violence.
Shaina has experience working for a civil trial judge, two class action law firms, and a personal injury firm, but she found true inspiration during her summer at the Harvard Legal Aid Bureau. There, she represented tenants as pro bono student counsel, in the Boston Housing Court.
She is passionate about tenants rights and homelessness prevention. Shaina is thrilled to be in New York, and committed to empowering tenants and educating landlords here in the city.
Portraits by Tony Notarberardino.