Kevin began his legal career in 1988 with one of the most prestigious law firms in the country – Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher. Kevin practiced in the firm’s Litigation Department learning legal strategy and negotiation skills and tactics from some of the most respected attorneys in California.
After spending his first two years of law practicing at Gibson, Dunn, Kevin was hired by the United States Department of Justice to work as an Assistant United States Attorney in Los Angeles. As an Assistant U.S. Attorney, Kevin went after criminals by using the asset forfeiture laws to disband their criminal enterprises in cases involving narcotics, money laundering, insurance fraud, mail and wire fraud, and consumer fraud.
In 1993, Kevin returned to private practice where his experience ranged in complexity from the representation of famous entertainers, producers and entertainment executives in complex litigation relating to the entertainment industry and personal litigation matters, to representing large corporate clients in multi-million dollar business litigation cases.
Kevin spent many years donating his time and legal expertise to local charities serving neighborhoods throughout Los Angeles, including AIDS Project Los Angeles detailed below. Kevin has also been a strong advocate for pet adoption. Kevin first fostered and then adopted his current rescue dog, a dachsund-mix.
Kevin continues to work tirelessly to expose the failed policies of current City leadership, to shine the light on the fiscal mismanagement of the City by many of its elected officials, and to expose a culture of corruption in City government that harms all of Los Angeles. Kevin is known throughout the City as a champion of everyday, hardworking Angelenos, with a plainspoken “can-do” attitude and unwavering optimism for what Los Angeles can be – with no patience for corruption who maintains a hard-line opposition to bureaucratic abuse of the taxpaying public and waste of their hard-earned
Kevin has spent time in almost every neighborhood in the City. Kevin spent the last several months visiting numerous 50 Neighborhood Councils, listening to Neighborhood Council Board Members, neighborhood leaders and residents, and learning about their issues, concerns, needs, wants and desires. Kevin then took those issues and concerns to the powerful Southern California airwaves to effect change and improvements in those neighborhoods and throughout the City.
Kevin has continued to work tirelessly to expose the failed policies of current City leadership, to shine the light on the fiscal mismanagement of the City by many of its elected officials, and to expose a culture of corruption in City government that harms all of Los Angeles. Kevin continues his coverage of City issues on his nightly radio show and maintains his private law practice.