Kevin’s practice focuses on helping entrepreneurs and investors build technology-based businesses by providing experienced, practical and tech-savvy counsel in the areas of corporate finance, general corporate matters, mergers and acquisitions, strategic intellectual property monetization, and technology transactions.
Kevin is a shareholder in the Venture Capital & Angel Financing Group. His practice also focuses on start-up counseling, venture capital financing, technology licensing, strategic alliances and joint ventures, corporate finance, mergers and acquisitions, and general corporate matters. Prior to joining Fredrikson & Byron, Kevin served as general counsel for Crescendo Venture Management LLC, a global venture capital firm with in excess of $1 billion under management. He was responsible for overseeing all legal and administrative aspects of the firm’s operations, including litigation, employment matters, overseas offices and tax matters, as well as partnership formation, governance and investing.
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Board of Directors of Minne*, a Minnesota not-for-profit corporation, serving technology entrepreneurs and designers
Board of Directors of James J. Hill Reference Library
Member, ABA Subcommittee on Transactional Issues and Documents; Chairman, Subcommittee on Venture Capital Litigation
Investment Committee of Saint Paul Business Ventures, a not-for-profit organization