Keith Bradley is co-chair of the Appellate & Supreme Court Practice. He represents companies and individuals in appeals before federal and state courts around the country. He specializes in challenges to regulatory policy, such as Administrative Procedure Act litigation. He has achieved substantial results in litigation across a spectrum of agencies, including the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Health and Human Services (HHS), Department of Energy (DOE) and more.
Keith also counsels clients on regulatory compliance and represents them before US federal and state agencies across multiple regulatory regimes, especially in the financial and energy sectors. He works with multiple companies in the securities industry, in renewable energy, in consumer finance, and others. As a senior advisor to the General Counsel of the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE), Keith organized the defense of significant regulatory challenges and advised on important department regulatory reforms, such as those in energy conservation and nuclear export controls. He advised on complex DOE transactions, such as decommissioning contracts funded in part by barter arrangements, federal participation in transmission line projects, and more. He was also the department's lead lawyer on implementation of the Iran nuclear deal, and dealt extensively with contracting matters with the national laboratories regarding their work related to the deal.
Before joining DOE, he was counsel in the Legal Division of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, where he helped draft significant regulations, counseled senior agency executives on administrative and constitutional law, and worked with enforcement teams on some of the bureau’s most significant matters. He has also been in-house counsel in the financial sector, building and running the compliance management system for the first nationwide mortgage brokerage franchise.
Before his government service, Keith engaged in administrative and regulatory litigation, appellate litigation and complex commercial litigation at a major US-based law firm.
Keith is also a physicist who developed nanoelectronic sensor systems at a technology startup. He has 13 issued patents to his name.