Hutch Robbins is a principal in the Commercial and Business Litigation Practice Group at Miles & Stockbridge and, from 2006 through 2016, he served as its chair and co-chair.
Described in the Chambers USA 2021 guide as a “very strong lawyer” who is “extremely effective in court” with “a real keen situational awareness for litigation,” Hutch represents a broad array of businesses and individuals, and he has extensive experience in all facets of state and federal trial and appellate practice. Hutch focuses much of his practice on disputes arising out of corporate transactions and governance, representing financial institutions, and controversies concerning real property and related property rights. He routinely handles post-transaction disputes involving purchase price adjustments, breaches of representations and warranties and related insurance claims, and allegations of fraud and misdealing.
He has also litigated cases concerning, among other issues, the fintech industry, investment banking, insurance coverage, intellectual property, sales of commercial goods, business divorces and partnership disputes, and a wide array of contract claims. Hutch counsels the firm’s clients in the areas of risk avoidance and alternative dispute resolution, and he provides contract review and business strategy advice to several of his clients.