Robert Pattillo practices in the areas of commercial, trade secret and non-competition litigation, including matters involving unfair trade practice, construction, employment and personal injury. He is licensed to practice in Connecticut, Massachusetts, and the United States District Court for the District of Connecticut.
Robert's cases often involve claims for breach of contract and unfair trade practices. Robert represents retailers in complaints under consumer protection statutes across Connecticut and Massachusetts. He is a member of the Connecticut Bar Association Litigation and Young Lawyer's Sections, and the Waterbury Bar Association.
Robert graduated from the University of Connecticut School of Law in 2015, clerked for Minchella Law throughout law school and served as a certified legal intern which allowed him to represent clients in court. As an intern, he represented a plaintiff in a Small Claims court trial, and second-chaired a civil bench trial representing a client seeking to recover wrongfully withheld sales commissions.
Prior to joining Minchella Law, Rob lived and worked for many years in Boulder, Colorado, and traveled throughout the western United States. In 2008, he graduated with a degree in Philosophy from Albertus Magnus College in New Haven, and in 2010, he worked in Dhaka, Bangladesh as a volunteer “fellow” for The Hunger Project, which is an international organization devoted to sustainable progress in overcoming hunger and poverty. Rob handles employment, commercial and personal injury matters, and can be reached at Extension 12.