Mr. Robertson is a 1999 graduate of the William & Mary School of Law and a founding member of Robertson & Ash, LLC. Prior to founding the firm, he was the owner of Robertson Law Firm, P.C. He lived in Colorado in the 1990’s, and he returned to the state in 2008. From 1999 to 2000, Mr. Robertson was a law clerk to the Honorable Thomas I. Vanaskie in the United States District Court for the Middle District of Pennsylvania.

Mr. Robertson was an associate in the litigation department of Willkie Farr & Gallagher LLP in Washington, D.C., from 2000 to 2006. There, Mr. Robertson litigated in a wide array of state and federal courts. His practice also included SEC and DOJ investigations. He has defended and tried cases on behalf of a major manufacturer, including cases under lemon laws and under warranty laws. He has prosecuted breach of contract cases for a failed partnership. He has defended the validity of secured transactions in bankruptcy adversarial proceedings.

Mr. Robertson also has defended and prosecuted fraud claims, contract claims, and related commercial matters. He has defended former officers and directors of a public company in litigation involving private securities claims. He helped shepherd a medium-sized public company through an SEC investigation that resulted in the SEC’s deciding to not pursue action against the company. He recently defended an antitrust case in federal court in Denver. His practice also includes contract review and advice.

Mr. Robertson left private practice to prosecute in Arlington, Virginia, in 2006. As a prosecutor, Mr. Robertson was in court nearly every day. He has tried numerous cases before a jury, and he has tried hundreds of bench trials. He applies the skills and perspective he gained from his extensive courtroom experience to every facet of his practice.


J.D., 1999, College of William & Mary School of Law

M.A., English, 1998, College of William & Mary

B.A., Religion, 1984, College of William & Mary

Bar Admissions


New York

Washington, D.C.

Various Federal Bars


American Bar Association

Colorado Bar Association

D.C. Bar Association

Special Training

Mr. Robertson has participated in a week-long training program focusing on jury trials at the National Advocacy Center in Columbia, South Carolina. The focus of his CLE classes is commercial litigation and trial work.


Mr. Robertson enjoys nearly all outdoor activities. He has completed two marathons and is an avid, although less than great, skier. He completed the Pikes Peak Ascent in 2012. He has played in recreational soccer leagues for many years. When he is not working, he is hiking, biking, or exploring Colorado’s wonder.