Kevin is a partner in Wendel Rosen’s litigation department.
SOLVING HIGH-STAKES REAL ESTATE, SECURED LENDING AND BUSINESS DISPUTES
Kevin's practice emphasizes disputes involving real estate, secured lending, and business. He works with real estate owners, developers, investors, and investment entities (REITs, corporations, partnerships, LLCs) to help solve all types of real estate and business problems. He also works with a mixture of private lenders, borrowers, and guarantors to resolve disputes involving real-estate secured loans and foreclosure (non-residential).
When problems cannot be resolved outside of court, Kevin has a distinguished track record of success in arbitration, trial, and appeal proceedings across California. Kevin's deep courtroom experience started early — he won his first trial a day after he was sworn in as an attorney, won his first appeal three years later, and has served as lead counsel in an array of high-stakes cases ever since. Kevin is also frequently retained as appellate counsel to get unfavorable lower court rulings reversed at the Court of Appeal.
Kevin is an Adjunct Professor at U.C. Berkeley School of Law, co-teaching the Real Estate Transactions and Litigation class to advanced Law and MBA students.
He is also an Annual Update Author for CEB's leading treatise "California Mortgages, Deeds of Trust, and Foreclosure Litigation," and a frequent seminar speaker on real estate, secured lending, and business issues.
Kevin created and writes for the Money and Dirt blog, which focuses on legal issues impacting California real estate and secured lending.