Harvard Law School, J.D., cum laude, 2016; Ames Moot Court Competition winner
University of Alabama, M.B.A., 2013
Clemson University, B.S., summa cum laude, 2011
Kevin Crandall counsels companies and individuals in all phases of civil litigation. His recent experience covers a broad range of subject matters, including antitrust litigation, unfair trade practices, breaches of fiduciary duties, product liability and class actions. He has represented clients in federal and state court, including the North Carolina Business Court and the Supreme Court of North Carolina.
In addition to his litigation practice, Kevin advises companies on antitrust compliance matters and assists them in obtaining antitrust clearance for significant mergers and acquisitions.
Honors & Awards
Obtained dismissal of claims for conversion, unfair or deceptive trade practices, and breach of fiduciary duty in North Carolina Business Court case against software company.
Represents estate in a wrongful-death lawsuit arising from a CO2 canister explosion.
Obtained directed verdict in federal jury trial on behalf of nonprofit employer in case alleging religious discrimination.
Represented former North Carolina Gov. James B. Hunt Jr. and former North Carolina Supreme Court Chief Justice Burley B. Mitchell Jr. as friends of the Supreme Court of North Carolina in Cooper v. Berger.
Regularly assists companies in obtaining antitrust clearance of significant transactions.
News & Events
- Feb. 26, 2019
- Robinson Bradshaw Guides Fresenius Through Antitrust Review of Two Transactions Totaling $2.3 BillionJuly 9, 2018
- May 7, 2018
- Jan. 30, 2018
- Oct. 10, 2016
- April 10, 2017Robinson Bradshaw Publication
- March 2, 2017Class Actions Brief Blog