Roman M. Silberfeld

Mr. Silberfeld serves as the managing partner of Robins, Kaplan, Miller & Ciresi L.L.P.’s Los Angeles office, and is a member of the firm’s Executive Board. Mr. Silberfeld has served numerous times as court-appointed lead counsel of litigation committees in multi-party, complex litigation. In Celador International, Ltd. v. The Walt Disney Company, he represented the creator of the “Who Wants to be a Millionaire?” game show in a breach of contract lawsuit against Disney and its subsidiaries, ultimately obtaining a federal jury award of nearly $319 million. 

Mr. Silberfeld’s professional recognitions include being named one of the“500 Leading Lawyers in America” by Lawdragon, a "Top 100 Lawyers in California" by the Los Angeles Daily Journal, and a "Who's Who In L.A. Law" by The Los Angeles Business Journal. He was named a "Power Lawyer" by The Hollywood Reporter and a "Winning Litigator" in The National Law Journal. He was named one of the "California Attorneys of the Year” by California Lawyer and given the “Excellence in Advocacy Award" by the Beverly Hills Bar Association. He has been named a Southern California Super Lawyer since 2004. Mr. Silberfeld is currently a board member and former Chair of Public Counsel, the nation’s largest pro bono law firm.  Loyola Law School named Mr. Silberfeld “Trial Lawyer of the Year,” and Public Counsel awarded him with its Founders Award for his commitment to justice, an award only awarded five times in the past 45 years.

Mr. Silberfeld is a member of the Commission for Impartial Courts, the California Task Force on Judicial Selection and Retention Committee, and is on the Board of Overseers for Loyola Law School. Mr. Silberfeld graduated with a B.A. from the University of California, Los Angeles and holds a J.D. from Loyola Law School.