Kevin advises clients in a wide range of disputes—both at the trial and appellate level—involving commercial contracts, Ponzi schemes, complex financial instruments, mergers and acquisitions, partnership disputes, and bankruptcy. Many of his matters involve technology, accounting, and private equity compensation.
Clients and colleagues rely on Kevin for his ability, both in written and oral advocacy, to explain complex issues—often related to technology or finance—in a way that can be understood easily by a lay audience. Boston-bred and raised in Billerica, Massachusetts, Kevin has spent nearly his entire legal career in New York City. As a result, he has real-world experience arguing for minority opinions and unpopular causes. Prior to joining Mintz & Gold LLP, Kevin worked for a large international law firm. He has been involved in litigations, arbitrations, and appeals around the world. He also served as a law clerk to the Honorable Gerald Bard Tjoflat on the United States Court of Appeals for the 11th Circuit in Jacksonville, Florida.
- Represented private equity professionals in disputes related to their carried interest compensation.
- Represented Ponzi scheme victims in litigations arising from the Ponzi schemes
- Represented corporate executive in series of lawsuits arising from the acrimonious dissolution of his employer.
- Secured a judgment for importer after a successful arbitration arising from breach of licensing agreement.
Kevin is a member of the American Bar Association and the New York State Bar Association
He has been recognized by Super Lawyers since 2019.