Robert “Robby” Dube grew up working in his family’s small business and ranch, so he understands the needs of businesses and works tirelessly to advocate for them in a cost-effective manner. He is a zealous litigator, having briefed, argued, and won numerous motions before both state and federal courts across the country, including maritime and admiralty cases, and has engaged in every stage of the litigation process. Robby also has deep experience with the factoring industry, and in the customs industry, litigating for and advising clients across the country.
Robby is deeply familiar with pursuing claims against all levels of government, including bid protests, municipal litigation, challenging terminations for cause, drafting requests for equitable adjustments, and producing government contract compliance guides for businesses. He has engaged in significant Administrative Procedures Act challenges against the federal government’s regulations under the ESA and MMPA at the district and Circuit level, winning unanimous decisions.
Robby is passionate about fighting for civil rights and civil liberties, and has zealously and effectively represented citizen groups across the country wherever their government has tried to take away their rights to referendum, free speech, free association, and more. Recently, Robby has been involved in the fight against foreign ownership of crucial infrastructure projects, fighting to protect national security and the environment.
Robby graduated magna cum laude from the University of Minnesota Law School, where he served as Law Council President and as Executive Editor of the Minnesota Journal of International Law. He also served as the Head Writer for the law school musical group T.O.R.T. (Theatre of the Relatively Talentless) and led the Orientation Program as a Program Director. After graduating, Robby clerked for Hawai’i Supreme Court Associate Justice Richard Pollack.