Before starting at Breck School Bobak was an attorney at Briggs and Morgan, P.A., in Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA. His practice and scholarship were both focused on complex business litigation, including antitrust, bankruptcy, and intellectual property litigation.
Bobak received his B.A. magna cum laude in law, jurisprudence and social thought from Amherst College, where he was president of the student senate. Bobak later worked at the U.S. Department of Justice, Antitrust Division, where he assisted in major antitrust litigations and corporate merger reviews across varied industries.
Bobak is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin Law School, where he served as note and comment editor for the Wisconsin Law Review. He interned for the Honorable N. Patrick Crooks of the Wisconsin Supreme Court and received the Joseph Bercovici Prize, awarded to the top student in jurisprudence and legal philosophy.
- U.S. District Court, District of Minnesota
- American Bar Association
- Minnesota State Bar Association
- State Bar of Wisconsin
- "Harmonizing Antitrust Exemption Law: A Hybrid Approach to State Action and Implied Repeal," 9 Journal of Business and Securities Law 1 (2009).
- "International Standards for Protection of Intellectual Property Rights Post-TRIPS: The Search for Consistency," Co-Author, Transnational Dispute Mgmt. (June 2009).
- "International Arbitration: The Only Way to Resolve Multi-Jurisdictional Patent Disputes in a Single Forum," Co-Author, 6 Transnational Dispute Mgmt. 1 (March 2009, e-pub'd Oct. 2008).
- "Admissible Expert Testimony and Summary Judgment: Reconciling Celotex and Daubert after Kochert," 29 Journal of Legal Medicine 307 (July-Sept. 2008).