Troy Roberts

Troy is a proven practitioner of law. Combining his service in the US Navy as a naval officer and aviator with his broad legal experience, Troy crafts and implements creative and effective solutions to complex legal and business challenges. His client roster ranges from Fortune 500 companies to individual homeowners.

A solutions-based civil litigation attorney, Troy strives to achieve the best possible pre-litigation outcome for his clients, maximizing cost efficiency. Should party negotiations fail, Troy works closely with each client to develop a tailored litigation strategy based on the damages at stake and client expectations. Troy is a fierce litigator, having litigated numerous multi-million-dollar personal injury, medical malpractice, product liability, wrongful death, construction defect, and contract dispute cases, to name a few.

Troy has legal experience and interest in emerging technologies, particularly “drones” and autonomous vehicles, and he has written extensively on the subject. Troy also is well versed in the blossoming world of esports. Rounding out Troy’s legal background, he has experience in transactional, probate, estate planning, and criminal matters.

Troy earned his Juris Doctorate at the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law at Arizona State University. During law school, Troy was the Production Editor for Jurimetrics: The Journal of Law, Science, and Technology, the oldest journal of law and science in the United States. Troy also held multiple distinguished externships on top of attending classes and working for legal practitioners. He externed at the Arizona Attorney General's Office, the Arizona Supreme Court, and the U.S. Attorney’s Office. Troy was also a recipient of the William H. Pedrick Scholar award at ASU Law.

Before Troy’s career in law, he was an officer and aviator in the United States Navy. As a naval officer, Troy gained experience in critical decision making, small and large unit leadership, and he achieved operational success in demanding situations across the globe – skills that he uses in his litigation practice. His service provided him with significant life and world experiences that molded him into the effective manager, leader, and legal practitioner that he is today. Troy was also honored to teach Naval Science courses at the University of Texas at Austin as an assistant professor. Troy recently retired as a Lieutenant Commander after serving nine years active duty and eleven years in the reserves.

When Troy isn’t practicing law, he enjoys spending his time traveling and experiencing new cultures, golfing, esports, coaching little league, and trying to be the best father he can be.


Sandra Day O’Connor School of Law at Arizona State University

Juris Doctorate


Pedrick Scholar Award

Published Comment Author: On the Radar: Government Unmanned Aerial Vehicles and Their Effect on Public Privacy Interests from Fourth Amendment Jurisprudence and Legislative Policy Perspectives 49 Jurimetrics J. 491-518 (2009).


Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs, The University of Texas at Austin

Master of Public Affairs, Domestic and International Policy

2005 – 2007


Naval Aviation Schools Command, United States Navy

Naval Aviator, Aviation (Flight School)



Grand Canyon University

B.B.A., International Business


Alpha Chi Collegiate Honor Society

Delta Mu Delta Business Honor Society

Varsity Baseball - Pitcher


Licensure/ Bar Admissions:


Arizona, 2010



US Court of Federal Claims, 2011

Arizona District Court, 2011


Practice Areas:

Business Law

Civil Litigation

Commercial Litigation

Contract Disputes

Corporate Law

Criminal Defense

Emerging Technologies


Free Speech

Internet and Privacy Regulations

Intellectual Property

Medical Malpractice

Personal Injury

Product Liability

Public Policy

Real Estate Litigation

Trade Secrets Litigation



Almost Ready to Fly: New Registration Regs for Small UAS/Drones

Arizona Civil Verdicts: 2017

Arizona Civil Verdicts: 2016

Arizona Civil Verdicts: 2015

Arizona Civil Verdicts: 2014

Cleared for Takeoff? Feds Release Proposed Regulations for Unmanned Aircraft Systems

Commercial Drones Set to Take Flight

Making Sure Cybersecurity and Liability Concerns Don’t Ground the Drones

On the Radar: Government Unmanned Aerial Vehicles and Their Effect on Public Privacy Interests From Fourth Amendment Jurisprudence and Legislative Policy Perspectives

Plant of the Drones: The Evolution of Privacy Laws in Light of Emerging Drone Technology

The Drones Are Here, Bringing Libility Risks into View

The FDA's 510(k) Approval Process in Medical-Device Litigation






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