Kyle Johnson joined the Firm’s Palm Beach office in January 2020 to focus on complex commercial and civil litigation.

Kyle has spent his entire career defending Fortune 500 companies and individual defendants in a wide-ranging variety of claims, including breach of contract, fraud, defamation, tortious interference, product liability, assault, and wrongful death. He prides himself on his preparation, attention to detail, and ability to think on his feet.

Kyle is a staunch believer that a client-inclusive approach is the most successful strategy and can mount both an ardent defense and expedient negotiations. He enjoys constructing creative trial strategies and always strives to have the best handle on the facts at issue.

Prior Experience

Prior to joining Black Srebnick, Kyle worked at a large multi-city firm and handled contract disputes, extensive legal research, drafting of pleadings, responses to discovery requests, proposals for settlement, dispositive motions and memoranda of law, conducting settlement negotiations, preparing for and attending hearings, depositions, pre-deposition conferences, and client interviews, mediation, pre-trial conferences, and arbitration proceedings.

Court Admissions

  • Florida, 2014
  • U.S. District Court, Southern District of Florida, 2020
  • U.S. Court of Appeals, 11th Circuit, 2021

Awards & Recognition

  • University of Florida Pro Bono Certificate, 2014
  • Book Award, Death Penalty Law, 2014

Memberships

  • Palm Beach County Bar Association, Young Lawyers Division

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