Kevin has handled numerous cases involving contract disputes:
- Mechanic’s Lien Law
- Contractor Subcontractor Payment Act
- Unfair Trade Practices and Consumer Protection Law
- Fair Debt Collection Practices Act
- Real Estate Seller Disclosure Law
- Landlord-Tenant Act
Kevin’s experience includes resolving cases through trial, arbitration, and negotiation.
Before joining High Swartz LLP in November 2012, Kevin represented clients as a litigation associate for a prominent Montgomery County, PA law firm and a firm in the King of Prussia, PA area. Kevin attended Penn State University for his undergraduate studies before studying law at George Mason University. Kevin served as Articles Selection Editor for the George Mason Civil Rights Law Journal during law school.
Get to Know Montgomery County Litigation Attorney Kevin Cornish
- Pennsylvania, 2007
• U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, 2008
• U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Pennsylvania, 2013
• U.S. District Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania, 2013
- Maryland, 2015
• U.S. District Court for the District of Maryland, 2020
- Virginia, 2019
• U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia, 2019
• U.S. District Court for the Western District of Virginia, 2019
- District of Columbia, 2013
- Third Circuit Court of Appeals, 2020
- George Mason University School of Law, J.D., 2007
- Pennsylvania State University, B.S. With Distinction, 2002
Kevin Cornish's Legal Insights
Storage Unit Laws
Pennsylvania has distinct storage unit laws that protect occupants and owners. And yes, they can auction off your contents. Have you ever seen an episode of Storage Wars and wondered, can someone legally sell property in a storage facility? Storage Wars takes place in California, and I am not here to discuss California law. However, […]
Why Real Estate Commission Agreements Should Always be in Writing
It's easy as a real estate agent to forgo the signing of important documents when performing services for a new client, friend, or family member. All to often, not getting your real estate commission agreement signed could make for issues trying to collect in the end. As a real estate agent in Pennsylvania, payment for […]
- Can a Landlord Evict a Tenant for Late Rent?
- Failure to pay Condo or HOA dues could lead to excessive penalty fees!
- What is the Statute of Repose in Pennsylvania?
- Commercial Lease Agreements: Why You Need A Lawyer
- What happens when your insurance company refuses to defend you?
- HICPA Compliance and Unjust Enrichment Claim
- Pennsylvania Supreme Court to Decide Whether HICPA Allows Recovery under a Theory of Unjust Enrichment
"We were referred to High Swartz several years ago and of course, unfortunately, when big trouble occurs, you need expert help. From lease negotiations for our business to a business catastrophe, Kevin Cornish was always available and his expertise helped us cope and deal with overwhelming employee business problems. His help and ability to run interference, helped us keep our business running. He is the best. Highly recommend High Swartz."
"I am writing to commend the exceptional work performed by attorney Kevin Cornish. Kevin's professional, supportive and knowledgeable conduct were the exact qualities I needed for a successful resolution to my case. These qualities are the ones clients look for in a competent and effective attorney. What sets Kevin apart, though, is the way he is able to explain and highlight the necessary procedures and possible outcomes in a way that keeps a client informed but not intimidated. Kevin's evaluation of how the case could play out was instrumental in keeping my expectations reasonable, and I knew I could rely on his good judgement, throughout. I want to also highlight the work of Kevin's assistant, Ms. Mariel Drevyanko. I sincerely appreciate how her demeanor communicates professionalism yet warmth, which when executed together make people feel protected, especially through the delicate process of handling both your personal information and documents. Being in the health care profession as a registered nurse, I am very familiar with evaluations that are sent to patients/clients to later be used as a form of advertisement, and quite frequently, it is those with complaints who write them. That perspective is sometimes warranted, but to me, what's done less frequently is the act of informing people of a job that is WELL done. Kevin and his associates really need no such accolades to continue to excel, but endorsement is always a great way to share with others your appreciation. Mine was not a high profile case but it's the type of business that confirms to the public High Swartz's commitment to excellence. I am grateful that I can count on Kevin Cornish and his colleagues at High Swartz for any future legal matters. Thank you!"