Panelist, “Ethical Issues at Sentencing” 31st Annual Federal Sentencing Guidelines Conference September, 2022 St. Pete Beach, Florida
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Panelist “Economic Crimes Panel” 30th Annual Federal Sentencing Guidelines Conference August, 2021 St. Pete Beach, Florida
Kevin J. Napper has been named 2017-2018 “Tampa Lawyer of the Year” in Qui Tam Defense by Best Lawyers in America.
Florida’s Business Observer has published an article about our new firm. The article notes that we will “continue to represent public and private companies and executives in state and federal government investigations and grand jury matters,” and “will also represent physicians, nurses, hospitals and other health care providers in professional liability and regulatory matters.”
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Kevin J. Napper named 2016-2017 “Tampa Lawyer of the Year” (DEFENSE) in Mass Torts and Class Action Defense by Best Lawyers in America.
Kevin has been listed in Best Lawyers in America every year since 2005 in White Collar Criminal Defense, “Bet the Company” Litigation and Commercial Litigation.
Kevin J. Napper named to Best Lawyers in America in White Collar Criminal Defense for the 11th consecutive year. He was also listed in Best Lawyers in Commercial Litigation, “Bet the Company” Litigation and Personal Injury (Defense) for the 11th consecutive year.
Kevin J. Napper was a featured panelist at Stetson Law School’s Symposium on Corporate Criminal Liability held February 19, 2016 at Stetson Law School’s Gulfport campus.
The Symposium, attended by defense counsel, academics and government officials, was an interactive conference addressing issues of corporate criminal liability, investigations, prosecutions and the role of defense counsel in each. The Symposium was sponsored by Stetson University Law School and the American Bar Association’s Criminal Justice Section.
Kevin J. Napper was a featured presenter at the American Bar Association’s Global White Collar Crime Institute held November 19-20, 2015 in Shanghai, China.
The inaugural conference was attended by over 100 defense lawyers, prosecutors, academics and other officials with the United States Department of Justice. Kevin presented on special enforcement issues in China, the United States and other countries. The Institute was sponsored by the ABA’s Criminal Justice Section in collaboration with the KoGuan Law School of the Shanghai Jiao Tong University and guided by the Shanghai Law Society.