keith@minofflaw.com

ABOUT KEITH A. MINOFF

Legal Experience

Law Offices of Keith A. Minoff, P.C. (2010 to present)
Solo practitioner specializing in business and employment litigation.
Partner, Robinson Donovan, P.C., Springfield, Massachusetts (1988- 2009)
Head of Litigation Department (2008-09)
Senior litigation attorney specializing in business litigation, employment litigation and counseling, insurance defense and plaintiff's products liability litigation.
Paley Rothman & Cooper, Bethesda, Maryland (1985- 1987)
Attorney specializing in business and personal injury litigation.
The Honorable George H. Revercomb, Washington, D.C. (1983-1984)
Law Clerk to Associate Justice of the Superior Court of the District of Columbia

Honors and Appointments

Martindale-Hubbell "AV Preeminent" Rating
Selected for inclusion in "Best Lawyers in America" for Commercial Litigation
Selected to Massachusetts Super Lawyers by Boston Magazine (Top 5% of Massachusetts attorneys)
Member, Panel of Mediators and Arbitrators, Hampden and Hampshire County Bar Associations

Education

The George Washington University National Law Center
J.D. with Honors (1983)
The University of Michigan
B.A. with High Honors (1979); Elected to Phi Beta Kappa

Seminars

  • 13th Annual Western Massachusetts Bankruptcy Conference, October 2014, Springfield, MA- Panelist: "Evidentiary Issues in Bankruptcy" .
  • Program Chair, "Fundamentals of Civil Motion Practice," Massachusetts Bar Association Continuing Legal Education, Western New England College School of Law, Springfield, Massachusetts, February 2011.
  • "Wage and Hour Laws: An Overview for the General Practitioner," Hampden County Bar Association Seminar, Springfield, Massachusetts, October 2010.
    Program Chair, "Demystifying the Federal Court: Western Style Justice," Massachusetts Bar Association Continuing Legal Education, United States Courthouse, Springfield, Massachusetts, June 2009.

Attorney Minoff has lectured frequently to attorneys and business groups on business litigation, employment law, trial practice, non-competition agreements, trade secrets and other topics.