Kevin R. Burke
Practical. Commercially focused. Highly skilled. These are the qualities that Kevin Burke strives to deliver to clients on every matter. As a partner in the Corporate Practice Group, Kevin focuses on helping his clients get the deal done while protecting their interests and minimizing risk.
Kevin regularly counsels an array of private entities on transactional and general corporate matters, including private capital raising and exit transactions. He has also advised issuers and underwriters in public and private offerings of debt, equity, hybrid capital, and asset-backed securities.
Kevin's practice includes a range of corporate matters, with a focus on private equity, mergers and acquisitions, divestitures, joint ventures, securities and capital raising transactions, and corporate governance matters across a wide variety of industries. He is well-versed in international affairs, having handled cross-border transactions in many countries, including Canada, the United Kingdom, Hong Kong, China, Switzerland, and Mexico.
Prior to joining Hogan Lovells, Kevin worked in the Washington, D.C. office of another leading international law firm, where he concentrated on corporate matters. Before attending law school, Kevin was a consultant for an international public accounting firm focusing on valuation and corporate appraisals for transactional and financial reporting purposes. He has completed Level I of the CFA Program.
Areas of Focus
Represented the 3M Company in its US$1.037bn acquisition of the Polypore separations media business.
Regular outside mergers and acquisitions counsel to one of the largest supplier of commercial labels in the United States.
Advised in mergers, acquisitions and general counsel to a leading service-based integrator of security, safety and building automation systems.
Represented Royal Gold, Inc. in numerous cross-border precious metal streaming and royalty transactions, with an aggregate value in excess of US$2bn.
Represented OtterBox, the leading provider of protective solutions for mobile and handheld devices, in its acquisition of LifeProof.