Kyle W. Robisch

Kyle W. Robisch



Kyle Robisch is a litigator who helps companies and individuals protect what they care about, whether it’s a product, their reputation, or their business and personal interests. Listed as a “Rising Star” by Florida Super Lawyers and Washington, D.C. Super Lawyers, recognized as one of the University of Florida’s 2020 “40 Gators Under 40,” and an award-winning legal writer, 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 has represented clients 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. His clients run the gamut from Fortune 10 companies to public entities to individual business owners. His significant litigation experience spans the life of a case, from presuit analysis through appeal.

Some of Kyle’s recent successes include:

  • Winning a motion to dismiss all claims against an international manufacturer of cutting-edge radiation oncology machines in a breach-of-contract case.
  • Obtaining a landmark privilege ruling sustaining patient safety work product protections under the federal Patient Safety and Quality Improvement Act for a national pharmacy chain in federal opioid litigation.
  • Securing a favorable pre-discovery settlement for a medical company in a $20 million plus civil RICO, fraud, and FDUTPA case for a fraction of the plaintiff’s original demand.
  • Securing a favorable settlement in favor of one of the nation’s largest spirit brokers in a breach-of-contract and commercial warranty case against a bulk distiller and distributer.

Although Kyle has represented all manner of individuals, companies, and entities in virtually all kinds of cases, he focuses on a few particular areas -- commercial, business, and complex litigationenvironmental litigation and permitting, and healthcare litigation -- including representation of physicians, medical providers, medical companies and manufacturers. He also routinely litigates, comments on, and writes about cutting-edge legal issues, including Florida’s new COVID-19 business protections, climate change litigation, and prescription opioid litigation.

While clients go to Kyle for his litigation experience, they also value his practical problem-solving approach. Outside the courtroom, he counsels clients on pre-project and pre-litigation strategy and risk assessment, provides public relations and governmental affairs advice, and works with regulators to move projects forward. He has even helped clients draft proposed federal and state legislation. Simply put, Kyle is committed to helping clients navigate their full suite of public relations, governmental affairs, and litigation problems.

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.

Bar Admissions

  • Florida, 2014
  • District of Columbia, 2017

Court Admissions
  • United States Court of Appeals, District of Columbia Circuit
  • United States District Court, District of Columbia
  • United States District Court, Southern District of Florida
  • United States District Court, Middle District of Florida
  • United States District Court, Northern District of Florida


  • Vanderbilt University Law School, J.D., 2014, Editor, Vanderbilt Law Review
  • University of Florida, B.A., 2011, magna cum laude; Phi Beta Kappa; College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Hall of Fame; J. Wayne Reitz Scholar; University Scholar

First Florida Climate Change Suit May Be Just The Beginning
Bradley Arant Boult Cummings LLP, April 2021

For most of the last decade, creative plaintiffs attorneys and their clients — states, municipalities and environmental groups — have pushed novel, untested tort theories designed to hold energy companies, and sometimes, those same state and municipal interests, liable for climate change. Plaintiffs have concentrated their efforts in West Coast forums. But New York and Baltimore saw some action too. Florida, by and large, has avoided the fray. No longer...