Kevin P. Lach is an associate in the Corporate practice of the Frankfurt office. As a lawyer admitted in Germany, his main focus is on representing and advising clients in German or EU law commercial transactions and the resolution of commercial disputes, both in or out of court. He has assisted clients on a wide range of commercial matters, e.g. by drafting and negotiating major complex sourcing arrangements with numerous suppliers, long-term cooperation agreements, distribution, sales agency, development or logistics agreements and advising clients with regard to disputes regarding the termination of significant supply and service agreements.
Kevin also focuses on EU law, German information technology law and German insolvency law. Being a member of Mayer Brown’s Restructuring, Bankruptcy and Insolvency Product Group, he advises and represents clients in the insolvency of their business partners, in particular regarding negotiations and disputes with German insolvency practitioners. His experience also includes corporate transactions and he advises clients on questions of German corporate law, focusing in particular on German limited liability company law and the requirements for German branch offices of non-German companies. Kevin has extensive experience in advising clients with limited or no German law inhouse counsel resources, managing matters efficiently and taking ownership where appropriate, while factoring in a clients’ business needs.
Kevin joined Mayer Brown as an associate in 2009. Raised bilingually, he is fluent in English and Spanish in addition to German.