Kevin is a partner in the firm’s Employment and Litigation practice groups and chairs the Labor Law Practice Group, helping clients with legal challenges in employment and labor law and working as counsel for businesses in litigation. Kevin is involved with clients at many levels, working for them broadly as a general counsel for their business as well as specific areas such as commercial and construction litigation. Kevin and his partners quickly size up the case, identify the goal to be achieved, and provide the roadmap to reach that goal in the litigation process. Whether zealously advocating the client’s position in the courtroom or cogently analyzing the business impact of litigation in the boardroom, Kevin provides the unique blend of trial counsel and business leadership clients need to achieve their strategic goals.
Helping the business community stay up and running, Kevin prolifically lectures to businesses and to attorneys on all areas of employment, labor and commercial and construction litigation. He is an approved EEOC trainer, federal court arbitrator, and guest lecturer at local colleges and universities. Kevin also is a Berks County Court Arbitrator and Discovery Master.
He is a past chairman of the Berks County Bar Association Employment Law Section and is also a member of the Pennsylvania Bar Association Employment and Labor Committee. Kevin volunteers his time as an attorney by serving as the volunteer solicitor to many community and charitable organizations.
Kevin is a Boy Scout leader and sits on numerous school and church related boards and committees. In his spare time, he is a competitive age group triathlete and cyclist. He resides in Spring Township, Berks County, with his family.
- Approved EEOC trainer
- Arbitrator, U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Pennsylvania
- Berks County Bar Association, ADR Mediator/Arbitrator
- Pennsylvania Bar Association Employment and Labor Committee
- St. Thomas More Society
- Society of Human Resource Professionals (SHRM) Chapter 179
- “Errors Employers Make When Drafting/Updating Handbooks”, Northeast PA Manufacturers & Employers Association (December 2022)