Washington University School of Law,
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign,
B.A., Finance and Political Science, 2002
Illinois USDC, Northern District
Illinois USDC, Central District
Illinois USDC, Southern District
Missouri USDC, Eastern District
Illinois Bar Association
Missouri Bar Association
St. Clair County Bar Association
American Bar Association
Thompson Coburn LLP
Missouri Court of Appeals – Eastern District
Judicial Clerk for Judge Patricia L. Cohen, 2004
Kevin is a litigation partner focusing in the areas of asbestos, toxic tort, personal injury, products liability, and railroad litigation.
Kevin has defended lawsuits in numerous state and federal courts; his current focus is the defense of asbestos lawsuits across the Midwest. Kevin works efficiently and expeditiously to obtain significantly beneficial litigation results for his clients, including no-pay dismissals and low settlements in some of the most plaintiff-friendly venues in the nation. In every litigation matter, exceptional client service is Kevin's top priority. For that reason, clients have singled out Kevin and his partners at Thompson Coburn as among the best regional counsel in the country.
Kevin graduated from the University of Illinois in 2002, with degrees in Finance and Political Science. He utilizes his business education to develop cost-effective legal strategies for his clients, including the development of a national discovery database that created uniformity while eliminating redundancies and lowering litigation costs for the client.
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