How Keith Helps Clients
Keith is a member of the firm’s Labor, Employment, Benefits & Immigration Section. He focuses his practice on a wide range of labor and employment matters. Specifically, Keith defends clients against claims of wrongful termination, retaliation, discrimination, unlawful harassment, and hostile work environment. He also counsels clients on various matters concerning compliance with federal and state employment laws and regulations.
Prior to joining Buchanan, Keith worked as an associate attorney at a Philadelphia law firm defending corporate clients in civil litigation.
During law school, Keith served as a Judicial Extern for both the Honorable Mark A. Kearney in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania and to the Honorable George A. Pagano in the Delaware County Court of Common Pleas. He also served as Chairman of the Villanova Law Moot Court Board and was a two-time national quarterfinalist at External Moot Court competitions focused on Employment and Immigration law. Additionally, he served as a teaching assistant for Villanova Law’s Legal Writing I & II Curriculum.
What Clients Can Expect
Keith is a personable, strategic, and solutions-oriented attorney. He is a strong advocate who approaches clients with compassion and diligently works to achieve the best results consistent with their objectives.
Combining passion and purpose allows me to effectively represent each and every client to the best of my ability.
Outside the Office
Keith enjoys spending time with his girlfriend, family, and friends. He likes playing volleyball and listening to music—he has even recorded some original songs.
Villanova University School of Law, J.D., 2021
Monmouth University, B.A., 2018, magna cum laude, Political Science and Foreign Languages with a Concentration in Spanish
- U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania
- U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Pennsylvania
- U.S. District Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania
Philadelphia Bar Association