John Roberts provides strong representation to industry-leading public and private companies, executives, and individuals, among others, internationally and nationwide across many industries. John’s experience and insight as national coordinating and lead trial counsel for nearly three decades on high-profile and often high-exposure commercial and product liability matters allow him to provide clients with tactical advantages and well-reasoned advice. He develops and executes strategies consistent with each client’s objectives, with an eye to protecting their business through practical solutions, resolving their disputes, and accomplishing their goals.
John represents a diverse array of companies, including in the consumer product, pharmaceutical, medical device, and medical equipment companies; medical groups; ambulatory surgical centers; healthcare providers and management companies; mortgage servicers; financial service companies; and product manufacturers in a myriad of commercial litigation and product liability matters. His experience includes serving as national litigation counsel for numerous Fortune 100 companies and industry-leading private companies in the construction, financial services, medical device, pharmaceutical, and window manufacturing industries, where he has successfully defended them against class actions and other commercial disputes, including mass torts and breach of contract and corporate governance matters. He further represents healthcare providers—including medical equipment suppliers, ambulatory surgery centers, and physician practices, having recovered $40M+ in unpaid claims from healthcare insurers.
John also counsels public and private healthcare entities on regulatory, transactional, and administrative matters, including HIPAA and state confidentiality law compliance; the False Claims Act; federal and state fraud and abuse laws; the Stark Law; state licensure statutes; accreditation; certificates of need for acquiring, constructing, or financing healthcare facilities and or/major medical equipment; employment, shareholder, payor and managed-care contracts; mergers and acquisitions, healthcare recoupment and reimbursement; and joint ventures.