Kyle Robisch helps companies and individuals protect what they care about, whether it’s a product, their reputation, or their business and personal interests. Recognized as a “Rising Star” by Florida Super Lawyers and Washington, D.C. Super Lawyers, one of the University of Florida’s 2020 “40 Gators Under 40,” and ”One to Watch” by The Best Lawyers in America®, Kyle is a nationally acclaimed litigator and advisor.
Clients most often call on Kyle to prosecute and defend cases in federal and state courts across the country. Although Kyle routinely appears in courts nationwide (including California, Washington State, Washington D.C., Minnesota, Ohio, and New Mexico), he is especially familiar with Florida’s federal and state courts. He represents a wide range of clients, including Fortune 10 companies, middle market businesses, startups, closely held corporations, and individual entrepreneurs and business owners.
Some of Kyle’s recent successes include:
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, including representing healthcare and pharmaceutical companies, healthcare providers, and medical manufacturers. He also routinely litigates, comments on, and writes about cutting edge legal issues, including Florida’s COVID-19 business protections, climate change litigation, and prescription opioid litigation.
Above all, Kyle strives to resolve matters creatively and efficiently, using presuit demands, motion practice, counterclaims, and third-party practice and discovery to achieve his clients’ ultimate business objectives as cost effectively as possible. He commonly gets his clients results without the need for lengthy — or sometimes any — litigation.
Before joining Bradley, Kyle practiced at Venable LLP’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.