Brandon C. Hubbard

Brandon C. Hubbard is a Member of Dickinson Wright PLLC firm’s Lansing office. He focuses his practice in the areas of commercial and business litigation, education, energy and sustainability, insurance, and healthcare. He represents clients in a number of litigation matters in both judicial and arbitration forums in a number of states, with many of the cases involving fraud, breach of contract, breach of fiduciary duties, negligence, tortious interference with business relationships, and other tort and contractual causes of action. He also represents energy clients in a number of matters before the Michigan Public Service Commission, including all phases of litigation. Mr. Hubbard is a member of the Ingham County Bar Association and the State Bar of Michigan, has served as a local campaign liaison for the Capital Area United Way, and serves on the firm’s Pro-Bono Committee. Mr. Hubbard received his B.A. from Michigan State University and his J.D. from DePaul University College of Law.


What’s the most unusual thing in your desk drawer?

A chronicle of hunting adventures.

How old where you when you had the worst hair cut ever what style was it?

22. I just landed my first job in Chicago. When I showed up on my first day, they didn’t recognize me. Nearly a buzz cut. Super short.

If you weren’t doing what you do today, what other job would you have?

Realistically? An outdoorsman guide. Otherwise, a doctor.

What “lesson from mom” do you still live by today?

Work hard. Be respectful. The rest will figure itself out.

If you could be any animal what would it be and why?

My dog. Eats, sleeps, and goes on long walks. Every day.


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