November 29, 2022

Volume XII, Number 333

Kevin K. Kim

Kevin is an Associate at Mintz's San Diego office. He litigates employment disputes before state and federal courts and administrative agencies and counsels clients on compliance with employment laws. He has experience defending clients in disputes involving wage and hour, trade secret misappropriation, and discrimination claims and representing clients in government investigations.

Kevin also has experience with contract, antitrust, and securities fraud litigation and cases involving allegations of intellectual property theft and computer fraud and abuse.

Prior to joining Mintz, Kevin was an entertainment litigation associate at a New York–based national law firm, where he handled cases involving a broad range of entertainment industry issues and represented clients in regulatory investigations. Earlier, he was a litigation associate with an international law firm and a law clerk to the Honorable Cindy K. Jorgenson, a Senior Judge of the US District Court for the District of Arizona. He was also a litigation associate and summer associate at a national law firm.

While earning his JD, Kevin served as a legal intern with the Major Crimes Division of the Los Angeles District Attorney’s Office. In law school, he was an associate editor of the Michigan Journal of Race & Law and a fellow and the political action chair of the Asian Pacific American Law Students Association. He also participated in the school’s Federal Appellate Litigation Clinic.

Before attending law school, Kevin was an immigration paralegal for a Los Angeles–based immigration law firm.

Articles in the National Law Review database by Kevin K. Kim

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