Kevin Weigand is a member of Venable's Commercial Litigation Group. His practice focuses on complex commercial litigation matters, including claims arising from false advertising, misappropriation of trade secrets, breach of contract, fraud, related business torts, and securities and shareholder disputes. Kevin has represented financial institutions, telecommunications carriers, law firms, government contractors, and other small and large businesses.
Kevin has represented clients in all phases of litigation, including drafting and responding to complaints, discovery requests, motions, and briefs; managing the discovery of electronically stored information (ESI); conducting in-depth factual and legal research and analysis; developing trial strategy; preparing witnesses for deposition, arbitration, and trial; assisting in settlement negotiations and multi-day arbitration; and advocating on behalf of clients before state and federal judges.
Before joining Venable, Kevin was an associate at an international law firm and clerked for the Honorable Richard B. Potter of the Circuit Court for the 31st Judicial District of Virginia.
Kevin has an active pro bono practice and frequently volunteers to provide free legal services at clinics in the Northern Virginia area. His past pro bono activities include assisting victims with prosecuting claims for consumer protection law violations; helping low-income families navigate government benefits regulations; drafting the last will and testament for senior citizens; representing clients in disputes before the Social Security Administration regarding disability benefits; and representing unaccompanied minors who have been abandoned, abused, or neglected in their efforts to obtain Special Immigrant Juvenile Status.