Robb began his legal career in the early 1980’s working on behalf of IBM in a landmark antitrust case. While associated with the distinguished Wall Street firm of Cravath, Swaine & Moore, Robb began to hone his skills as a federal regulatory litigator. Fast forward a few years and Robb found himself as a real estate attorney at the corporate headquarters of United Parcel Service (UPS). While at UPS, Robb handled real estate acquisitions and disposals in more then 30 states as well as handling airport properties and ad valorem taxation litigation in more than 300 taxing jurisdictions.
Following his career in-house at UPS, Robb decided to return to his hometown in Connecticut to establish a boutique law firm. Robb’s practice centered on criminal defense, residential and commercial real estate, and general business litigation. Robb’s abilities as an attorney are supercharged by his personal experiences in related businesses. Robb has created, folded, sold, exited and operated more than a dozen businesses in the last 3 decades including restaurants, shipping and packaging centers, a multi-state licensed mortgage lending operation, a chain of more than 80 residential real estate offices in 22 states and 4 countries, a 501c3 non-profit, a consumer products company and more.
Robb has extensive experience in the representation of nationwide clients in HUD, HUD-OIG, FHA, CFPB, FDA, USDA, DoD, and FCC matters. Robb is admitted to practice law in all Connecticut state courts, the US District Court for the Federal Districts of Connecticut, and Southern New York and has appeared pro hac vice on behalf of clients in 12 United States Federal District Courts.
In addition to his nationwide federal regulatory practice, Robb has extensive experience as criminal defense counsel in both state and federal courts and has represented thousands of clients in commercial and industrial real estate acquisitions, start up matters, and complex litigation matters.