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BIOGRAPHY

Kevin Cardona is a civil litigation associate with broad experience representing individuals and entities in a variety of practice areas including labor & employment, professional liability, contract disputes, real estate, trademark, and civil rights. He is a creative problem solver and enjoys consulting clients on the big picture strategy and economics of litigation so they are fully informed and have more agency in their legal representation. During law school Mr. Cardona externed as a judicial clerk for the U.S. Bankruptcy Court in the Eastern District of California. Mr. Cardona obtained a bachelor of arts degree at Stanford University in Psychology and served as the president of the university’s Psi Chi Honors Association. He obtained his law degree from the University of California, Davis School of Law. After law school Mr. Cardona worked as a plaintiff’s employment litigation attorney in Pasadena. Prior to joining Millstein Fellner LLP, Mr. Cardona worked for a mid-size West Coast regional firm in the firm’s general civil litigation defense practice.  Mr. Cardona is a native German speaker and conversational in Spanish.

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Litigated a Section 1983 matter for violation of prisoners’ medical needs in Eastern District of California while at the King Hall Civil Rights Clinic.

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Since 1982, businesses and individuals have sought the astute attorneys at Millstein Fellner LLP for litigation and non-litigated legal needs. Whether you are handling a business dispute, breach of fiduciary duty claims or are navigating employment legal issues, our top-rated legal team offers trustworthy representation with a proven record in the most complicated legal matters.

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SELECTED PRESENTATIONS
  • Mitigating California Legal Malpractice Exposure in a Post Covid-19 World, Co-presented with Jason Fellner, San Mateo County Bar Association, L&E Section, August 26, 20211
SELECTED PUBLICATIONS
  • Demurrer can dispose of legal malpractice claims based on the statute of limitations tolling provision, co-authored with Jason Fellner and John Girarde, The Daily Journal, June 12, 2020
  • No Good Deed Goes Unpunished: Takeaways From a Recent Pro Bono Malpractice Complaint, co-authored with Jason Fellner, The Recorder, October 9, 2019.