Douglas Behr joined Keller and Heckman in 1994. He practices civil litigation and white collar criminal defense. He handles matters regulated by the Drug Enforcement Administration.
Mr. Behr represents business, trade associations, and individuals before federal and state trial and appellate courts, regulatory bodies, and licensing forums with a concentration on Lanham Act false advertising, contract disputes, white collar crime defense, product liability, and trade regulation controversies. He also advises members of the business community on litigation avoidance, and works with health care professionals and others on matters regulated by the Drug Enforcement Administration. Prior to entering private practice, Mr. Behr served 12 years as an Assistant United States Attorney, primarily as a prosecutor, and received a special achievement award from the Justice Department. He is a faculty member of the National Institute of Trial Advocacy. Mr. Behr is AV PreeminentTM Rated by Martindale-Hubbell.
Mr. Behr is a contributing author of Beyond Telecom Law Blog.
Mr. Behr authored an article, Prescription Drug Control Under the Federal Controlled Substances Act: A Web of Administrative, Civil, and Criminal Law Controls, in the Washington University Law Urban Law Annual; Journal of Urban and Contemporary Law Volume 45, Issue 1 (1994).
Mr. Behr authored an article, Did you Forget to Say you're Sorry? Litigating a Show Cause Hearing for the Physician's DEA Registration, in the Quinnipiac University School of Law Health Law Journal, Volume 9, Number 1 (2005).
Mr. Behr authored an article, Challenging an Immediate Suspension of a DEA Registration: Is It Time for a New Tact?, in the Food and Drug Law Journal, Volume 69, Number 1 (2014).
•Jan 24, 2014 Keller and Heckman Attorneys Successfully Defend Against Potential Foreclosure
•Nov 25, 2013 Doug Behr, Alyssia Bryant, and Bob Niemann Won a Motion to Dismiss
•Jun 18, 2013 Keller and Heckman's Attorneys Recognized for Pro Bono Efforts
•Aug 30, 2012 Keller and Heckman LLP Sustains on Appeal Defense Judgment on Behalf of Prominent Grocery Chain
•Dec 08, 2011 The California Appellate Court Affirms Tokyo Electron Limited Victory
•Sep 07, 2011 The Privacy Playbook: A Practical Guide for Businesses Slides Are Now Available For Download!
•May 09, 2011 Keller and Heckman Partners Discuss Beyond Telecom Law Blog in This Week's Telecom Video Minute
•Dec 11, 2014 Douglas Behr Authors Article for FoodQualityNews.com
•Dec 01, 2014 Made in USA Jeans Case
•Dec 01, 2014 FOOD COURT REPORT: Brazil v. Dole
•Nov 12, 2014 FOOD COURT REPORT: Food Manufacturer Defeats Class Certification in Labeling Claim Because Putative Class Lacked Ascertainability
•Oct 22, 2014 Food Safety Audit Firms May be Held Liable for Consumer Injuries Resulting from Negligent Inspections
•Jul 03, 2014 Advertising and Promotion Alert: Battle of the Experts Not Sufficient to Establish Violation of State Consumer Protection Acts
•Jun 16, 2014 Compliance with FDA Regulations May Not Protect a Company From the Risk of Liability to Competitors via Unfair Competition Challenges
•Jul 28, 2011 Register Today! The Privacy Playbook: A Practical Guide for Businesses