Kevin P. Broughel is a partner in the Litigation practice of Paul Hastings and is based in the firm’s New York office. Mr. Broughel focuses his practice in the areas of securities and shareholder disputes, financial services litigation, mergers and acquisitions litigation, consumer class action cases, and regulatory enforcement.
This work has included representing clients in disputes and governmental investigations relating to the subprime mortgage and credit crisis. He also has extensive experience with corporate governance and fiduciary duty issues in both state and federal courts. Mr. Broughel is a member of the firm’s securities litigation and investigations and white collar defense practices, and regularly writes on various financial litigation topics. Mr. Broughel also serves as Co-Chair of the Talent Development Committee for the New York office and as ABA Co-Chair for Programming for the Pretrial Practice and Discovery Committee.
Mr. Broughel received a Bachelor of Arts in English from Georgetown University, cum laude, in 1998 and earned a minor in Social and Political Thought, an honors program at the university. In 2003, he graduated from Fordham University School of Law. While at Fordham, he was a member of Moot Court, serving as captain of the 2002 BMI/Cardozo Entertainment and Communications Law competition team, which won “Best Overall Team” and “Best Brief Honors.” He was also a semi-finalist in the 2001 Maurice Wormser Corporate Law Moot Court competition. Mr. Broughel is a member of both the New York and Connecticut bars.