June 22, 2023

Volume XIII, Number 173

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Kevin Elkins

Clients depend on Kevin Elkins when facing litigation that can shape the trajectory of their business and turn to him for practical advice while navigating complex legal disputes. Kevin represents clients in intellectual property litigation, health care litigation, construction litigation, securities litigation, and commercial litigation matters. Clients ranging from publicly traded corporations in the health care and life sciences industries to individuals and closely held companies rely on Kevin when their interests are at stake.

Kevin’s goal for each client is to resolve its litigation at the stage that makes the most legal and practical sense for the client, whether that be by settlement, mediation, other alternative dispute resolution, or taking a case all the way through trial. As a result, Kevin has been recognized by The Best Lawyers in America® as One to Watch” in both Commercial Litigation and Intellectual Property Litigation, and was named to the Mid-South Super Lawyers® Rising Stars list in Business Litigation.

Before joining Epstein Becker Green, Kevin was a trial and appellate attorney at one of Nashville’s leading law firms. Prior to that, he served as a judicial law clerk to the Honorable Thomas W. Brothers of the Sixth Circuit Court for the 20th Judicial District of Tennessee. While clerking for Judge Brothers, Kevin participated in more than 20 jury trials and countless bench trials, giving him practical knowledge that benefits his clients in the courtroom. During law school, Kevin interned for the Honorable Gary R. Wade, Chief Justice of the Tennessee Supreme Court.

When not practicing law, you can find Kevin planning his next scuba diving trip, searching for rare bourbon, and perfecting his meat smoking skills. He and his wife, Jenna, have two young children and two German Shorthaired Pointers that keep them on their toes—it’s always an adventure in the Elkins home.

Articles in the National Law Review database by Kevin Elkins