Kevin Mikolashek has deep experience in litigation, complex investigations and legal issues surrounding small-and medium-sized businesses. He served the Department of Justice for over ten years as an Assistant U.S. Attorney in the Eastern District of Virginia, where he represented the federal government in a wide variety of civil cases, including employment discrimination, challenges to various federal agency actions, and national security-related issues. He also led complex investigations into corporations that may have committed fraud against the government. Before joining the Justice Department, Kevin served for eight years as an Army judge advocate officer, where he spent time both as a prosecutor and criminal defense attorney representing individual clients in appeals. He has also served as Senior Counsel at the Federal Reserve investigating financial institutions. Kevin works and resides in northern Virginia, close to the Pentagon, and many military installations and federal agencies. He holds an MBA from the University of Virginia’s Darden Graduate School of Business, and a JD from the Pennsylvania State University’s Dickinson School of Law. He is certified in Scrum, an agile project management methodology.
Additionally, Kevin focuses on small business compliance, security clearances, survivor benefit plan appeals, USERRA, and a broad array of issues involving the federal government, to include government contracts, defending federal employees (EEO, MSPB, OSC), and the complete range of military trial and appellate defense, to include the US Supreme Court and federal habeas corpus.