Robert J. Enos
Senior Attorney – Litigation

Robert has been working with BPE Law Group, PC, since December 2001. He is currently the firm’s Chief Litigation attorney responsible for overseeing the litigation practice of the firm. Over the course of his more than 19 year career, Robert’s litigation practices has taken him all over the State of California as well as Alaska, Florida and even China. In addition to his litigation practice, Robert routinely handles administrative matters before government agencies and municipalities.

Robert’s clients consist of businesses, contractors/builders, investors, insurance companies and home owners with litigation claims in the State of California involving real estate (non-disclosure, partition, negligence, boundary disputes, nuisance, etc.), construction defect, and business law (breach of contract, consumer protection, unfair business practices, etc.). The key to Robert’s success lies in his attention to detail, his ability to analyze and digest large volumes of technical data, and his ability to convey this information to judge and jury.

Representative Matters:

  • Successfully represented plaintiff in an unfair business competition case, obtaining a three-quarter of a million dollar trial verdict
  • Represented a defrauded seller in a real estate fraud lawsuit obtaining a three-quarter of a million dollar judgment
  • Obtained a $600,000 award in a partnership dispute through binding arbitration, which was confirmed by the trial court
  • Obtained a defense verdict on behalf of a client sued for quiet title and trespass in a real estate boundary dispute case
  • Successfully arbitrated over a hundred residential failure to disclose real estate actions

Prior to Joining BPE Robert was an associate with Hollingshead, Nardine, Bennett & Jackson (House Counsel for Financial Pacific), from December 1999 to December 2001, with practice areas of  defense oriented personal injury and construction defect cases.  From October 1997 to December 1999, he was an associate attorney with Pagliero & Sanders, litigating third and first-party personal injury and insurance property damage cases.  And from April 1996 to October 1997, he was an associate with the Law Offices of Jeffrey L. Jacobs were a he practiced plaintiff oriented personal injury cases.

Prior to entering the practice of law, Mr. Enos was a Legislative Aide in the California State Assembly from January 1989 to May 1995 and August 1995 to April 1996.  From November 1994 to May 1995, he was a graduate legal assistant to Standardization Division Chief of the California Department of Food and Agriculture (CDFA)

Robert received his Juris Doctorate, in May 1995, from Lincoln Law School of Sacramento, CA, his Bachelor of Arts in Government, in May 1989, from California State University, Sacramento, CA, and his Associate of Arts in Liberal Arts, in January 1987, from American River College, Carmichael, CA.

Robert’s other qualifications include over nineteen years experience in civil litigation and over seven years experience with the legislative process.  Since 2003, he has been a Dispute Resolution Conference Judge in El Dorado County Superior Court.  From December 2008 to April 2015, he was a member of the Placer County Tax Assessment Appeals Board, and was Chairman since October 2012. Finally, he was the Secretary to the Granite Bay Municipal Advisory Committee from  June 2007 to June 2009.

Robert was admitted to the State Bar of California in 1996 and is admitted practice in all California State Courts as well as the Federal Court for the Eastern Districts of California.

In his spare time Robert is a devoted family man who enjoys spending time with his family.  His favorite recreational activities involve the ocean, especially scuba diving and most recently underwater photography.


 

ROBERT J. ENOS
  • Email: rjenos@bpelaw.com
  • Office:
  • Fax: (916) 346-4880
  • Areas of Practice

    Litigation
    Business Law
    Civil Litigation
    Insurance Defense
    Real Estate Law
    Commercial Litigation
    Arbitration
    Mediation
    Construction Defect