Immediate Past President

Kevin Harden, Jr.

Kevin Harden, Jr.Kevin Harden, Jr.

Prior to joining Ross Feller Casey, Kevin worked in the White-Collar and Commercial Litigation practice groups of a national law firm. While there, he represented corporations and their executives in sensitive government investigations and business litigation. Harden defended matters involving numerous federal and state investigative agencies, including the Department of Justice, the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the Securities Exchange Commission, the Office of Foreign Asset Control, the Drug Enforcement Administration, and the Pennsylvania Attorney General’s Office.

Kevin has tried over 25 jury trials to verdict and numerous bench trials in both state and federal courts. He has also represented corporations in professional malpractice, breach of contract, consumer rights, real estate, civil rights, product liability, construction, whistleblower, medical malpractice, class action and mass tort litigation.

While at the District Attorney’s Office, Harden prosecuted cases involving attempted murder, rape, carjacking, home invasion robbery, sexual assault, aggravated assault by vehicle, drug trafficking, and numerous non-fatal shootings. Through these prosecutions, Kevin gained extensive experience investigating, evaluating, preparing and presenting evidence in the areas of forensic toxicology, ballistics, pharmacology, accident reconstruction, prescription medication abuse, social media and child abuse pediatrics. Harden also gained valuable experience prosecuting cases that involved non-fatal shootings by members of the Philadelphia Police Department.

Harden is admitted to practice in Pennsylvania and the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania. He is originally from West Philadelphia and attended Philadelphia public schools before graduating from the Kutztown University of Pennsylvania and the Temple University Beasley School of Law.

Please email any questions you may have to keharden@gmail.com

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