Kevin E. Cadwell handles high-stakes disputes for clients located throughout the United States, Europe and Asia in industries including high-tech and energy.
With offices in San Francisco and Houston, Kevin has represented clients in district and appellate courts across the U.S. and state courts in California, Texas and Oklahoma. He has also handled numerous matters before the ITC.
- Has argued dozens of summary judgment motions and has handled cases before the International Trade Commission (ITC).
- Represents clients in complex commercial and technology-related litigation.
- Special emphasis on issues surrounding new and emerging technologies.
- Worked as part of a team advising a private European transportation company about all legal aspects of its participation in a pilot project to operate an autonomous shuttle—the largest self-driving pilot project in the U.S. to operate in live traffic—in the city of Las Vegas. The matter required deep experience and judgement, since much of the law is undeveloped. The project was a complete success and garnered good media coverage for the client.
- Served as trial counsel to a global pharmaceuticals company in back-to-back trials on patent infringement matters. Successful trials resulted in a highly favorable settlement for a client.
- Hired as trial counsel by one of the world’s largest automotive parts suppliers in trade secret litigation. At stake was the very survival of the company. Prior to trial, wrote and argued a summary judgment that resulted in a complete victory, safeguarding the client company’s viability.
- In a complete trial victory, obtained early dismissal and disqualification of experts for a major telecommunications company in a patent infringement lawsuit.
- J.D., Vanderbilt University School of Law, 2002
- M.A. Biblical Studies, Dallas Theological Seminary, 1999
- B.S., University of Texas at Austin, 1994
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