Robert Keeling is an experienced litigator whose practice includes a special focus on electronic discovery matters. He represents both plaintiffs and defendants in complex civil litigation throughout the nation and conducts internal investigations in the United States and throughout the world. Robert handles a wide variety of commercial disputes in state and federal court. He is experienced in multi-district litigation, false claims act litigation, commercial litigation, securities class actions, contract disputes, RICO and fraud actions, insurance coverage litigation and many other types of cases.
Robert is a co-chair of the firm’s E-Discovery Task Force. Robert is experienced with technology-assisted review, predictive coding and other applications that can enable clients to significantly reduce e-discovery costs while maintaining the defensibility of the review.
Robert also has substantial experience conducting investigations both, in the United States and abroad. He has represented numerous clients in international investigations with respect to the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, and advises companies on the implementation of effective compliance programs related to the FCPA. Robert also has handled internal investigations involving allegations of healthcare fraud and abuse, embezzlement, accounting irregularities and violations of securities and banking regulations.
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