Kevin J. Egan

Kevin J. Egan is a nationally recognized and successful attorney that brings a wealth of experience to Severson Porter Law.

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Kevin J. Egan has practiced law for over forty years and, during that time, he has helped clients in a variety of litigation and corporate settings. Following a judicial clerkship in the federal court, Kevin served as federal prosecutor where he actively represented the interests of the United States in the District Court and the Court of Appeals.  Kevin is a retired partner of the national firm of Foley & Lardner LLP, where he counseled corporate and healthcare clients throughout the country. Prior to joining Foley & Lardner, Kevin was a partner at the firm of Winston & Strawn, LLP, where he likewise served corporate clients in litigation, regulatory and related settings.

PUBLICATIONS AND PRESENTATIONS

A frequent lecturer and author, Kevin is a member of the American Bar Association, the Minnesota State Bar Association,  the Chicago Bar Association and the American Health Lawyers Association.

AFFILIATIONS

Kevin is active in civic and political affairs and is the Mayor of the City of Lake Shore, Minnesota and serves on the Board of the Gull Chain of Lakes Association, the Board of the Rotary Club of Brainerd and is active in the Brainerd Lakes Area Economic Development Corporation.

RECOGNITION

Kevin has been Peer Review Rated as AV® Preeminent™, the highest performance rating in Martindale-Hubbell’s peer review rating system and has been selected for inclusion in the Illinois Super Lawyers® list. Mr. Egan has also been repeatedly named a Leading Lawyer in Illinois in a survey conducted by the Law Bulletin Publishing Company.*

EDUCATION

Kevin is a graduate of the Northwestern University School of Law (J.D., 1975) and the University of Illinois (B.A., summa cum laude, 1972).

ADMISSIONS

He is admitted to practice in Minnesota, Illinois and a variety of federal courts.

* The Illinois Supreme Court does not recognize certifications of specialties in the practice of law and no certificate, award or recognition is a requirement to practice law in Illinois.