Kyle Robisch is an experienced business litigator and advisor who helps companies and individuals protect what they care about. Clients most often call on Kyle to prosecute and defend cases in federal and state courts across the country. Although he routinely appears in courts nationwide, he is especially familiar with Florida’s federal and state courts. He represents a wide range of clients, including Fortune 500 companies, middle-market businesses, startups, closely held corporations, and individual entrepreneurs.
Kyle also regularly serves as outside general counsel to clients, helping them proactively manage risk, grow their businesses, and work with regulators and elected officials. In that role, he works with Bradley’s deep bench of lawyers, advisors, and subject matter experts to solve business problems nationwide.
Although Kyle maintains a broad litigation practice, he focuses on a few particular areas: commercial, business, and complex litigation, environmental litigation and permitting, and healthcare litigation. Defending mass action, class action, and multidistrict litigation is also a significant part of his work.
Over the last decade, Kyle has litigated all manner of cases across the country. From some of the largest federal multidistrict litigations in history to multimillion-dollar breach of contract and fraud cases, clients count on Kyle to get results when it matters most. His recent experience includes:
Kyle has been recognized by Florida Super Lawyers, Washington, D.C. Super Lawyers, and The Best Lawyers in America®. The University of Florida also named him one of their 2020 “40 Gators Under 40.”
In the community, Kyle is active in the leadership of several organizations, including Special Olympics Florida, Junior Achievement, and The Florida Aquarium. He also recently served two terms as co-chair of the American Bar Association’s Water Resources Committee and is a regional chair for The Legal Mentor Network.
Before joining Bradley, Kyle practiced at a national law firm’s headquarters in Washington, D.C. He began his legal career as a law clerk to the Hon. G. Kendall Sharp of the U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Florida.