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Kevin Evans

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My name is Kevin Evans and I have been practicing law for over 28 years.  Prior to starting my own firm in 2003, I was an equity partner at Hogan & Hartson L.L.P. (now Hogan Lovells).  I have been fortunate in my career to have been involved in a number of large and exciting litigation matters, and plan to share with you the benefit of my experience on a range of topics.  My practice includes white collar defense and internal investigations (for which I am top ranked in Chambers), as well as SEC enforcement and False Claims Act litigation.  I also routinely represent the owner of several professional sports teams, the United States Olympic Committee, and Olympic athletes on a range of litigation matters.  You can find out more about my firm and me at www.s-elaw.com.
 

 

BLOG BIG STORIES | REGULATORY INVESTIGATIONS

If you hire US counsel, listen to them

A word of advice to foreign entities or citizens who elect to retain US counsel in connection with criminal and/or regulatory investigations: if you ....

BLOG GLOBAL VIEW | GOVERNMENT CONTRACTS

Penny wise, pound foolish

Companies benefiting from government contracts need to take steps to ensure their organisation fulfils the expected organisational criteria. Otherwise....

BLOG GLOBAL VIEW | HUMAN RIGHTS

In search of an international woman leader's voice

The ongoing punishments meted out to women across the world is a scandal with India's rape crisis being one example. Kevin Evans calls for strong ....

BLOG GLOBAL VIEW | REGULATION

One size does not fit all

Not all federal agencies deserve unconditional cooperation, says Kevin Evans. The SEC is a case in point.....

BLOG COMMENTARY | WESTERN AID

Nepal: an obvious choice for Western aid

Kevin Evans argues the case for giving aid to worthy causes such as Nepal and not spending it in the wrong places.....

BLOG GLOBAL VIEW | FROM THE PARAPET

How to choose your poison

Kevin Evans advises on what steps to take to control where you can be sued in the US....

 

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