Kevin M. Papay advises clients on a wide range of complex commercial litigation matters in federal and state courts. Kevin regularly represents clients from the technology and financial services sectors in all phases of litigation, including investigation, motion practice, depositions, expert discovery, alternative dispute resolution, and trial. Kevin also advises clients on electronic discovery and document retention matters, including the implementation of technology-assisted reviews.
Kevin received his J.D. from Stanford Law School, where he served as a vice president of the Moot Court Board, senior editor of the Stanford Law & Policy Review, and co-director of legal research for the Social Security Disability Pro Bono Program.
Represented a software company in multiple actions related to copyright infringement, computer fraud, unfair competition and related claims
Represented a provider of document management services in a fraud-based antitrust action
Counseled a trade association in a highly regulated consumer products industry
Counseled a technology company regarding contractual interpretation and related issues
Harvard College, 2007, Artis Baccalaureate, Magna Cum Laude
Stanford Law School, 2010, Juris Doctor
US District Court for the Northern District of California
Awards and Affiliations
American Bar Association
Bar Association of San Francisco
Semi-Finalist, Marion Rice Kirkwood Moot Court Competition