About Kevin McCormack
Full bio coming soon
Notable Cases and Verdicts*:
- Sadler v. Advanced Bionics – As co-counsel with Tim Edwards, received a $7.2 million medical device verdict in a case involving a defective cochlear implant. Wrote briefs leading to the first published opinion interpreting the Biomaterials Access Assurance Act, which barred Defendant from blaming a component supplier for the defective device.
- Eggerling v. Advanced Bionics – Defeated Defendant’s Motion for Summary Judgment on causes of action for negligence and products liability in a case involving a defective cochlear implant. Defendant settled shortly after the judge ordered the case to go forward to trial.
- Denniston v. Advanced Bionics – Before the California Court of Appeals, represented Plaintiffs in an effort to reverse trial court’s judgment based on the statute of limitations. Defendant settled after parties filed their briefs.
- Insinga v. IRS – In a case pending before the United States Tax Court, representing Joe Insinga in his attempts to receive a whistleblower award for reporting tax fraud of multiple large corporations.
- Bachelor of Arts – Rhodes College, 2007
- Juris Doctor – University of Memphis School of Law, 2010
- Legum Magister, Litigation and Dispute Resolution – The George Washington University Law School, 2011, with highest honors.
- Tennessee (2010)
- U.S. Tax Court (2013)
Also admitted to practice before:
- U.S. District Court for the Western District of Tennessee
Pro Hac Vice Admissions:
- California Superior Court
- California Court of Appeals
- Middle District of Florida
- Western District of Iowa
- Western District of Kentucky
- American Association for Justice
- American Bar Association
- Professional negligence including medical, legal and accounting
- Implantable medical device
- Products liability
- Whistleblower Litigation
- Business/Commercial litigation