Kevin is a litigator who tackles complex commercial disputes where strategy is key. He is skilled at bondholder litigation involving international issuers, as well as patent and trademark litigation. He also represents clients in mediation and arbitration. With extensive experience as a court-appointed mediator, Kevin is able to see all sides of a dispute and to navigate toward an efficient outcome. As a former US Marine, he applies that same tenacity, drive, and discipline to his legal practice.
He graduated cum laude from Fordham University School of Law, and was editor-in-chief of the Fordham Urban Law Journal. Kevin clerked for the Honorable Kevin Thomas Duffy, US District Judge, during the trial and conviction of international terrorist Ramzi Yousef.
Kevin served in the US Marine Corps from 1986 to 1991 and has long been an avid and active supporter of veterans’ causes. He is on the board of directors of, and serves as general counsel to, the Congressional Medal of Honor Foundation. He served as a director and general counsel of the Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation from 2011 to 2016. He also has appeared nationally on Fox & Friends numerous times as a spokesperson for the Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation. Kevin enjoys triathlons and has competed in the NYC Triathlon seven times.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Kevin N. Ainsworth