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Kaplan Hecker & Fink LLP has quickly emerged as one of the most formidable, elite litigation boutiques in the country, fusing high-stakes litigation with a groundbreaking public interest practice. Clients trust Kaplan Hecker with some of their most pressing challenges, from white collar criminal defense, to complex appellate litigation, to business disputes, and Title VII and Title IX matters.

Our lawyers are efficient, diverse, creative, collaborative, and focused on a singular goal—achieving the best possible results for our clients through fierce advocacy, creative strategies, and forward-looking advice.


Published on: April 11, 2024

John Quinn and Brandon Trice Join Podcast “Summarily” to Discuss the Settlement Resolving Case Challenging Florida’s “Don’t Say Gay” Law

KHF Partner John Quinn and Counsel Brandon Trice sat with Robert Scavone, Jr. on the latest episode of the “Summarily” podcast to discuss the case challenging... Read Article

Published on: April 10, 2024

Roberta Kaplan and CCDH CEO Imran Ahmed Discuss Significance of X Corp Lawsuit Dismissal on Tech Policy Press Podcast “The Sunday Show”

In a significant ruling last month, a federal judge dismissed X Corp's lawsuit against the Center for Countering Digital Hate (CCDH). KHF Founding Partner... Read Article

Published on: April 09, 2024

ELLE Magazine Article, “Is Abortion a Matter of National Security?” Cites KHF Amicus Brief Filed in FDA v. Alliance for Hippocratic Medicine

Elle Magazine covered the challenges faced by female active-duty service members stationed at large military bases in states with stringent abortion... Read Article

“Beyond her legal skills, Robbie always keeps the focus on the best interests of the clients, painting the picture of the clients as real people and illustrating how their lives are affected by the legal matters at hand. Further, she emphasizes the critical importance of equality in the profession and in the justice system.”

New York State Bar Association Past President Sharon Stern Gerstman