Kevin Barker’s practice focuses on complex civil litigation and business transactions, with a special emphasis on real estate matters. He represents clients in litigation and transactions related to various types of real estate assets, including office, retail, industrial, multifamily, mixed-use developments, and hotels and restaurants. He is also experienced in corporate governance matters, including the purchase and sale of businesses, finance, business management and restructuring, and employee stock ownership plans (ESOPs).
Additionally, Mr. Barker has a general litigation practice that features a wide variety of business litigation, including corporate control fights, fraud and tortious interference, fiduciary duty claims, contractual disputes, and trade secrets and intellectual property matters. A substantial portion of his litigation practice is devoted to appeals. He also has experience with public and private internal investigations, acting both as independent counsel in conducting investigations and as private counsel to businesses and individuals involved in investigatory probes.
Mr. Barker serves as a lecturer on hotel transactions for the Hospitality and Tourism Law Program at American University Washington College of Law. He is also a member of the Diversity Committee for the Bar Association of Montgomery County, Maryland.
Prior to joining Bregman, Berbert, Schwartz & Gilday, Mr. Barker served as a law clerk to the Honorable Robert G. James, Chief Judge of the United States District Court for the Western District of Louisiana. In law school, he was the editor in chief of the Administrative Law Review.
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