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Kevin received his undergraduate education at the University of Buffalo, graduating Summa cum Laude, before enrolling in the University of Richmond Law School, where he was a member of the Law Review. Upon graduation, Kevin clerked at the Appellate Division, Second Judicial Department, serving in the Chambers of the Hon. Vito Titone, who ultimately went on to sit on New York State's highest court, the Court of Appeals.

After clerking for two years, Kevin took a job at a Wall Street insurance defense firm where he immersed himself in all areas of the firm's practice: medical malpractice, labor law, products liability, automobile and premises liability. He became a partner in the firm and handled cases at every stage of litigation, trying cases in Courthouses from Poughkeepsie to Riverhead, and arguing appeals in the Appellate Division and the Court of Appeals.

After 18 years, Kevin decided to leave the defense side of litigation and has been representing both plaintiffs and defendants ever since. While focusing mainly in medical malpractice and traditional negligence cases, Kevin also represents corporate and commercial clients in litigation related matters.

Kevin is admitted to the Bar in the States of New York and Virginia and he is admitted to practice in the Eastern and Southern Districts of New York's Federal Courts.

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