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Kevin D. Horvitz

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Kevin D. Horvitz represents plaintiffs and defendants in complex litigation at trial and appellate levels and in administrative proceedings.    He works on a wide range of high-stakes matters, with particular experience litigating cases involving antitrust, telecommunications, contract disputes, mass torts, fraud, and False Claims Act matters.

Mr. Horvitz represents clients in all phases of litigation and arbitration.  He has prevailed in oral arguments in many cases, including on dispositive motions, and in the United States Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit.   He has drafted briefs in state and federal courts nationwide, including the United States Supreme Court.  He also has extensive experience in all facets of discovery and the preparation of expert witnesses.

Mr. Horvitz also advises clients on regulatory risks and appears before federal agencies.  He has represented major telecommunications providers, private equity firms, and Fortune 500 clients before the Federal Communications Commission, Federal Trade Commissions, and Department of Justice, advising and advocating on telecommunications, antitrust, and consumer protection issues.  

While maintaining a broad commercial litigation practice, Mr. Horvitz also has conducted internal investigations for clients relating to labor and employment issues.  He has also defended individuals and companies in civil and criminal investigations, ranging from alleged securities violations to alleged antitrust conspiracies. 


An Unreasonable Ban on Reasonable Competition:  The Legal Profession’s Protectionist Stance Against Noncompete Agreements Binding In-House Counsel, 65 Duke L.J. 1007 (2016)


Duke University School of Law, J.D. and LL.M. in Law and Entrepreneurship, magna cum laude, 2016

  • Editorial Board, Duke Law Journal
  • Order of the Coif

Vanderbilt University, B.A., 2013


Law Clerk, Judge Gerald Bard Tjoflat, U.S. Court of Appeals, Eleventh Circuit, 2016-2017

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