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Seattle, WA 98104-1001
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Kevin is one of the founding partners of Corr Cronin. He was formerly the Chair of Bogle & Gates’ Product Liability/Personal Injury Practice Group, and was a member of that firm’s Executive Committee. Kevin has been named a “Super Lawyer” by Washington Law & Politics magazine numerous times, has been designated one of Seattle’s “Top Lawyers” by Seattle Magazine and has been recognized as a Seattle “Litigation Star” by Benchmark, America’s Leading Litigation Firms and Attorneys. Kevin has been recognized year after year as one of The Best Lawyers in America and and has been included in the 2nd edition Guide to the World’s Leading Product Liability Lawyers.
Kevin has tried cases in the state and federal courts of Washington and Alaska, and has appeared before an international sports law tribunal in Lausanne, Switzerland. He has also handled labor arbitrations, administrative trials, and civil case arbitrations. Kevin has represented dozens of Fortune 500 companies in complex litigation. Among the many individuals he has represented are a Nobel Prize winner and an Olympic medalist, both in matters concerning their professional standing. His broad-ranging litigation practice focuses on product liability, labor and employment, commercial, toxic tort and personal injury cases, as well as international sports law and the defense of alleged whistleblower litigation.
Tamosaitis v. Bechtel National, Inc. – Successful defense of federal administrative and state court proceedings relating to “whistleblower” allegations against Hanford contractor. All claims either dismissed voluntarily or by a judge on summary judgment, with contested dismissal affirmed by Washington Court of Appeals.
Kirby v. Allergan – Successful defense of claim alleging violation of the ADA. Defense verdict.
In re: Asbestos Litigation – Partner in charge for diverse group of defendants in Washington State asbestos cases. Obtained numerous summary judgments and negotiated favorable settlements.
In re: Le Samurai – Defense of an Olympic medalist athlete against disciplinary charges; hearing before Federation Equestre Internationale tribunal in Lausanne, Switzerland.