About Kevin

Kevin has practiced law in California for over 25 years, representing hundreds of clients in all areas of litigation, focusing on complex litigation matters, including construction defect, insurance coverage, business disputes, class actions, and environmental or bodily injury claims. Kevin helps clients identify and develop risk transfer alternatives and utilizes alternative dispute resolution vehicles to efficiently resolve cases. He has successfully handled cases for his clients involving property and bodily injury claims with toxic mold in residential projects, copper pipe pinhole leak class action claims, and product liability stemming from foreign-made products.

Kevin has tried cases on both the defense and plaintiff’s sides; has handled numerous multi-party arbitrations and mediations; has prepared, argued and opposed significant law and motion filings; and has helped his clients create and implement risk management plans. He has presented at several conferences on construction-related issues, and serves as a lecturer at California State University, Long Beach, College of Business in Business Ethics.

Kevin earned his Bachelor’s degree from UCLA and his law degree from The University of Utah College of Law. He has been licensed to practice in California since 1998.


  • University of California, Los Angeles
    • Bachelor of Arts in English
    • Columnist for Daily Bruin
  • The University of Utah College of Law
    • Juris Doctorate
    • Leary Scholar
    • Legal Writing & Research Teaching Assistant
    • Phi Alpha Delta

Professional Licensure & Admissions

  • State Bar of California
  • Federal Court – Central District California

Committee Affiliations & Memberships

  • Orange County Bar Association
  • California Lawyers Association

Kevin's Recent Posts

Summertime Employment Updates for 2023

TALG regularly updates its clients on legal developments in the employment space. Here are three key recent developments.

California Supreme Court Clarifies State Law on PAGA Claims

The California Supreme Court ruled that “non-individual” employment claims under PAGA can remain in court.

SCOTUS Rules That Arbitration Appeals Automatically Stay Litigation

SCOTUS ruled that litigation is automatically stayed when a party appeals the denial of a motion to compel arbitration.

California Supreme Court on Collision Course with SCOTUS on PAGA?

In California, a PAGA suit is a "'representative action'" in which the employee plaintiff sues as an "`agent or proxy'" of the State.