The Partners

Robert Grimble

Robert Grimble has been practicing law in New York City since 1975. 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 law secretary to the Honorable Eugene Nardelli, now Appellate Judge Fist Division, Bob went into private practice in 1981.

Bob was a partner at Jennings & Grimble, LLC, 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. In his free time he enjoys playing low brass and saxophone, painting, photography, working with computers, practicing Pilates and scuba diving.


Robin LoGuidice

Robin LoGuidice has been practicing law in New York since 1991.
As a partner in Grimble & LoGuidice, LLC, Robin draws on her extensive experience in New York City real estate
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 and combined raising her new family with successfully being admitted to the Bar.

Robin served as legal counsel to a New York City developer before entering private practice.

In addition to the practice of law, Robin finds time to attend the performances of the firm’s many artist clients and friends, including her own daughter, Skye, a popular singer-songwriter. She also finds time to write and publish works of fiction, run, and enjoy her family.