Antonin I. Z. Robbason

Antonin I. Z. Robbason: Attorney with Ryan Smith & Carbine, Ltd.
Attorney Awards


Mr. Robbason's primary areas of concentration are in:


Mr. Robbason handles civil litigation in State and Federal Court. He has handled jury and bench trials, written appellate briefs and argued appeals before the Vermont Supreme Court. His litigation experience includes cases pertaining to construction defects, construction contract disputes, the Vermont Prompt Pay Act, personal injury, property damage, wrongful death claims, insurance coverage, dram shop act, premises liability, automobile liability, lender recovery, and subrogation. Mr. Robbason is also experienced in providing general advice to corporations and financial institutions, in commercial foreclosures, and in providing advice to creditors in Bankruptcy matters.


• Mr. Robbason was a Vermont Scholar and a member of the Golden Key Honor Society.


• Vermont Bar Association

• Rutland County Bar Association

• Tri-State Defense Lawyers Association

• Defense Research Institute

• American Inns of Court


• Rutland Kiwanis Club, 2002-present (President 2004-2005)

• Rutland Young Professionals, Membership Committee (2014 - present)

Areas of Practice (2)

  • Civil Litigation
  • Bankruptcy

Education & Credentials

Contact Information:
888-825-1617  Phone
(802) 786-1070  Phone
Year of First Admission:
2014, U.S. Court of Appeals, Second Circuit; 2001, U.S. District Court, District of Vermont; 2001, Vermont

Peer Reviews

Rutland, Vermont

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