Keith comes to Duke Law Firm after years as a successful civil litigator in New York State and New Jersey. Keith has extensive family law and personal injury experience in addition to being a skilled commercial and civil litigation attorney.
Keith is recognized as an extraordinarily accomplished communicator and litigator who uses his innate ability to relate to people coupled with comprehensive knowledge of the law to successfully represent clients and negotiate settlements. Keith has an outstanding professional reputation and is highly respected for his interpersonal skills and compassion while zealously representing clients.
Keith has over 20 years’ experience in private practice, honing his litigation skills through the years in representing hundreds of clients in complex litigation matters. Keith’s representation of both plaintiff and defendants in personal injury cases give him the unique insight necessary achieve a top-dollar settlement or judgment for our clients. Keith is ready to handle your case, from the simple to the complex, whether it be a slip and fall, premises liability, or automobile accident claim.
Keith also has comprehensive knowledge and skills as a commercial litigator. Keith can “think outside the box”, tackle complex problems confidently, and assume responsibility for complex cases. In order to protect against potential personal liability in advance of any claims, Keith offers a review of commercial/business contracts and insurance coverage portfolios to avoid gaps in indemnity and insurance procurement requirements. Keith has always been the “go-to” person to handle difficult business and civil litigation proceedings.
Keith has the understanding necessary to provide skilled representation in divorce and family law matters, Keith having experience with complicated financial matters as well as more personal family issues.
Keith earned his Juris Doctor degree from Seton Hall University School of Law in 1996, has a bachelor’s degree in Sociology, and a Master’s Degree in Divinity and Moral Theology. Keith is admitted to the New York, New Jersey, and Massachusetts Bar Associations.