With more than 30 years of litigation and trial experience, Kevin represents businesses and individuals in a broad spectrum of cases related to unfair business practices, trade secrets, real estate, ADA compliance, property damage and personal injury. In addition to representing clients in state and federal courts, Kevin has significant experience handling administrative hearings, as well as arbitrations before FINRA (formerly the National Association of Securities Dealers) and the American Arbitration Association.
Kevin has a Martindale Hubbell peer review rating of “AV Preeminent” and he has been named a “Northern California Super Lawyer” for sixteen consecutive years (2004 through 2019).
Kevin is a court appointed arbitrator with the San Francisco Superior Court. He also volunteers as an adjunct faculty member for the University of San Francisco School of Law Intensive Trial Advocacy Program. Kevin is a co-founder of the Douglas M. Raskin Scholarship which, since 1995, has provided annual scholarships to students at the USF School of Law. Additionally, he has spoken on panels in numerous legal and business seminars and has lectured at the University of California at Berkeley. Kevin is also a former member of the Executive Committee of the Litigation Section of the State Bar of California, and he later served as an advisor to the Committee.
Kevin was appointed in 2019 by former Governor Jerry Brown, and approved by Governor Gavin Newsom, to the Board of Governors of the California Community Colleges. His confirmation was confirmed by the California Senate. The Board of Governors sets policy and provides guidance for the 73 districts and 115 colleges that constitute the community college system. He is also an appointed Member of the Board of Trustees of Calbright College, the first statewide online community college district. In 2004, Kevin was appointed to the Treasure Island Citizen Advisory Board by then-Mayor Gavin Newsom. Kevin, a fifth generation native San Franciscan, is also a member of the Board of Trustees of his alma mater, Archbishop Riordan High School.