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Robert Price

Ketterer, Browne & Associates
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Robert Price
Ketterer, Browne & Associates

Robert has dedicated his entire career to being a trial lawyer and litigating products liability

cases, with a particular focus on catastrophic injuries caused by products and mass tort drug and

medical device cases. He is currently KBA’s lead lawyer for the firm’s extensive hernia mesh

docket and litigates an array of other complex matters.

Robert has specialized in products liability for over a decade and has extensive litigation and trial

experience. Robert has tried several complex cases, which includes being a trial team member in

the Allen v. Takeda, et al. trial, the first and only bellwether case in In Re: Actos MDL 2299,

which resulted in a $9 billion dollar verdict, one of the largest civil litigation drug verdicts in

U.S. history. Robert has an expansive leadership history, and currently serves as co-lead counsel

in In Re: Strattice Hernia Mesh Litigation (MCL 636). He has previously served on numerous

complex litigation steering committees, including: In Re: Proceed Mesh Litigation (New Jersey

Multicounty Litigation MCL 630) (executive committee member); In Re: Davol, Inc. / C.R.

Bard, Inc., Polypropylene Hernia Mesh Products Liability Litigation (MDL 2846) (discovery co-

chair); In Re: Pelvic Repair System Products Liability Litigation (MDL’s 2187; 2325; 2326;

2327; and 2387) (steering committee member); and In Re: Actos (Pioglitazone) Products

Liability Litigation (MDL 2299) (steering committee participant).

Robert’s work has resulted in over $100 million dollars in gross recoveries on behalf of his

clients. He is a zealous advocate driven by the satisfaction of obtaining redress for victims of

corporate negligence and wrongdoing. He is frequently regarded as a hard-nosed workhorse and

an evenly tempered yet tenacious litigator. One of his proudest accomplishments is taking on a

notorious pharmaceutical giant in two cases involving catastrophic injuries in children who

ingested a popular prescription drug and resolving those cases successfully following hard-

fought litigation.

Robert maintains an office in Pensacola, Florida and is a native of the area. He is a graduate of

the University of West Florida (2004) and Samford University’s Cumberland School of Law

(2010). Prior to becoming a partner at KBA, Robert spent 11 years of his career at one of the

largest and most nationally recognized plaintiff’s civil litigation firms, where he climbed the

ranks to become a partner until he ultimately decided to join KBA in 2021. Over the past several

years, both he and his wife, Angela, have devoted significant time and resources to community

events and community service in Northwest Florida.

Bar Admissions

Licensed in Florida

Admitted to United States District Court, Northern District of Florida

Admitted to United States District Court, Northern District of Illinois


Juris Doctor, Cumberland School of Law, Samford University, 2010

Honors: National Trial Team member

Honors: TYLA National Trial Competition Regional winner

Honors: Recipient of the American Board of Trial Advocates (ABOTA) Award

Honors: Book Award for Basic Skills in Trial Advocacy

Honors: Scholar of Merit Award for Best Appellate Brief in Legal Writing Section

Honors: American Journal of Trial Advocacy Senior associate editor

Honors: Recipient of the King Lyons AJTA Senior Writing Award

Published Student Work: Sealed Plaintiff v. Sealed Defendant: Setting Forth a Standard for Proceeding Anonymously,32 AM. J. TRIAL ADVOC. 435 (2008)

Bachelors of Art in legal studies with a minor in criminal justice, University of West

Florida, 2004

Honors: Cum Laude


Professional Associations and Memberships

American Association for Justice, member

Florida Justice Association, Eagle member

National Trial Lawyers, Top 40 Under 40 Trial Lawyer

Noteworthy Classes/Seminars Taught

“Effective Cross Examination of Corporate Witnesses in Depositions,” Florida Justice

Association Advanced Trial Skills Seminar (June 2014).”

“Handling Cases Involving Difficult or Sensitive Client Issues,” National Trial Lawyers

Summit (2014).”

“Defending Daubert Motions,” National Trial Lawyers Summit (2017).

“Understanding the Business of Mass Torts,” National Trial Lawyers Summit (2017)

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