Kevin Attridge practices in Stein Mitchell’s Commercial Litigation and Whistleblower groups. Over the years, he has represented the likes of tech executives, Am Law 100 law firms, A-list movie stars, global construction firms, and leading music labels. Kevin has advised his clients in a wide range of matters in arbitration and before federal and state courts involving matters arising out of copyright infringement, defamation, professional liability, data security, megascale construction, government contracting, and health care fraud.
Prior to joining Stein Mitchell in 2013, Kevin litigated antitrust, telecommunications, securities, and class action matters at a prominent Washington, D.C. law firm.
University of Maryland School of Law, J.D.
Vanderbilt University, B.A., cum laude
- District of Columbia
- United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit
- United States Court of Federal Claims
Commercial Arbitration Matter: Trial counsel for leading engineering, procurement and construction contractor in a large commercial arbitration involving claims of over $1 billion brought by leading energy utility company regarding a $3.5 billion power plant project. Secured complete defense award for client after arbitration hearing conducted over two months.
John C. Depp II, et al. v. Bloom Hergott (Los Angeles County Superior Court): Counsel for actor Johnny Depp in legal malpractice and breach of fiduciary duty suit against his former entertainment lawyers. Obtained judgment on the pleadings in Mr. Depp’s favor on defendants’ counterclaims and secured an eight-figure settlement for Mr. Depp.
UMG Recordings, Inc., et al. v. Grande Communications Networks, LLC (Western District of Texas): Counsel for leading music recording companies in large-scale copyright infringement suit against an internet service provider.
Affinity Gaming v. Trustwave (District of Nevada): Represented Affinity Gaming, a U.S. casino company, in a lawsuit in the against Trustwave, the data security company Affinity Gaming hired to investigate and remediate the data breach. Affinity Gaming alleged that Trustwave misrepresented its investigation and the security of Affinity Gaming’s data.
- Companion Data Services, LLC v. SRA International, Inc. (District of South Carolina): Represented government contractor in a dispute over a multi-million-dollar software sale.
News & Media Mentions
- Maryland Historical Magazine as co-author of “Garitee v. Mayor Council of Baltimore: A Gilded Age Debate on the Role and Limits of Local Government”