Christopher A. Robison
Mr. Robison joined the firm upon graduating from law school in 2005 and maintains a diverse practice involving business litigation and transactional matters. Mr. Robison has represented clients in a variety of complex cases involving trade secrets, trademark infringement, antitrust, breach of contract, domestication of foreign country judgments and partnership disputes and regularly represents Chapter 7 and Chapter 11 Trustees in complex litigation involving professional liability, fraudulent transfers, preferential transfers and breach of fiduciary duty. Mr. Robison has also represented physician practices in transactional matters involving physician employment agreements, contracts with physician practice management companies, joint ventures, and research agreements.
Mr. Robison's recent cases and transactions include:
Representing Chapter 11 Liquidating Trustee in a complex lawsuit against the debtor's parent company, officers, directors and competitors, which resulted in recovery in excess of $55 million for the bankruptcy estate.
Representing Chapter 7 Trustee in a lawsuit including claims against officers and directors for breach of fiduciary duty.
Representing a critical vendor in a complex Chapter 11 bankruptcy proceeding.
Representing an aircraft engine parts manufacturer in a lawsuit for trade secrete misappropriation.
Representing a creditor in an adversary proceeding involving claims for violation of the automatic stay and discharge injunction.
Advising clients regarding issues relating to Stark law and the Anti-Kickback Statute.
Advising clients regarding issues relating to political action committees.
J.D., Texas Tech University School of Law
Summa Cum Laude,
Order of the Coif
Texas Tech Law Review, 2005
B.A., Southwestern University, 2002
State Bar of Texas
Licensed in the United States District Court for the Northern, Southern and Eastern Districts of Texas
Dallas Bar Association
Dallas Young Lawyers Association
Associate, Patrick E. Higginbotham Inn of Court (2009-2010)