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Kevin is the founder of Torrey Pines Law Group, and is an experienced intellectual property, transactional, and regulatory attorney for high technology businesses. His clients include biotechnology, pharmaceutical, specialty chemical, medical device, digital health, diagnostics, software, analytics, mobile app, and convergence technology businesses. The "convergence" often includes machine learning (deep learning, artificial intelligence), and complex algorithms.
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Prior to founding Torrey Pines Law Group, he led the Life Sciences Practice of a large law firm. He also worked in academics where he handled all legal affairs for the research department of a major American university. He was also chief legal counsel to a private research foundation where he advised the Board regarding complex corporate governance matters. For many years, Kevin was recognized nationally for his law practice by The Best Lawyers in America®.
Prior to becoming a patent attorney, Kevin was a biochemist in both academics and industry. He was also an academic advisor to entrepreneurship centers at the University of Pennsylvania and Washington University in St. Louis. Kevin was an Adjunct Professor at Washington University School of Law where he taught a Biotechnology Law intersession course.
Outside his law practice, Kevin enjoys mountaineering and hiking the California backcountry. What he loves most, however, is spending time outdoors every day with his daughter, family, and friends.
Kevin received a Bachelor of Science degree in Biochemistry/Chemistry from UC San Diego where he was an undergraduate Research Scholar. He then received a Juris Doctorate from the University of Pittsburgh School of Law where he was Editor-in-Chief of the Pittsburgh Journal of Technology Law and Policy.
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Kevin is registered to practice before the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office, and admitted to practice law in Missouri and Pennsylvania. He is also admitted to the Federal Circuit Court of Appeals.