Practice Areas
Bar and Court Admissions
  • New Jersey
  • New York
  • New York Law School, J.D.
  • Manhattan College, B.A.

Keith J. Roberts, Member

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Co-Chair, Litigation

Keith Roberts practices with emphasis in the healthcare and litigation fields. He is a certified civil trial attorney by the New Jersey Supreme Court, a distinction awarded to less than two percent of the lawyers in the state. Keith is an experienced and formidable advocate for his clients with extensive jury trial and administrative hearing experience in complex matters. He is often consulted by healthcare professionals for his extensive insight concerning regulatory issues, practice structures, insurance audits, and compliance.

Keith has extensive litigation experience representing clients in healthcare and related business matters. He is frequently sought out by healthcare professionals to tackle complex litigation involving insurance fraud, RICO, False Claims Act, and disciplinary proceedings before state licensing boards. He also litigates commercial contract and restrictive covenant disputes for professionals in healthcare.

As a member of the healthcare team at Brach Eichler, Keith is often called upon to represent hospital systems, surgical centers, medical practices, and a wide array of healthcare professionals in complex litigation matters. He is driven by results. Keith is known for his commitment to excellence throughout the litigation process with demonstrated ability to extract clients from difficult situations. His track record is well recognized by his peers for successful outcomes at jury trials, administrative hearings, and arbitration.

Keith is an expert in No Fault Insurance, as well as reimbursement litigation, where he commonly represents medical providers against insurance carriers in coding and fraud disputes. He previously served as a member of the Technical Advisory Committee to the New Jersey Department of Banking and Insurance. He has also served as a member of the Forthright NJ Arbitration Advisory Council. He frequently lectures for the New Jersey Institute for Continuing Legal Education concerning healthcare and insurance-related matters.

Keith was named to New Jersey Super Lawyers from 2017 through 2020.

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Professional Activities
  • Member, Bergen County Bar Association
  • Member, Health Care Compliance Association
  • Member, New Jersey Chapter of the American Association for Justice
  • Member, New Jersey State Bar Association, Health and Hospital Law Section
  • Member, The Justice Pashman Bergen County Inn of Court
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