Kevin M. Bandy


Kevin M. Bandy concentrates his practice on administrative law, environmental, mass tort, and commercial litigation. Since the beginning of his practice, Kevin has participated in high stakes litigation, including the drafting of a complaint, taking of depositions, extensive motion practice, and trial preparation in multiple state and federal jurisdictions nationwide, including Florida, Ohio, and the Court of Federal Claims.

During law school, Kevin served as Publications Editor for the University of Cincinnati Law Review, and law clerk for a civil litigation firm and the City of Cincinnati Law Department. He received the Ernest Karam Outstanding Excellence Award in Advocacy, Alan L. Siff Scholarship, and was a George C. Katsanis Memorial Scholarship finalist.

Outside the Firm

Kevin serves as a board member for Lane 8 Fund, Inc., a Cincinnati-based nonprofit organization that works to instill work ethic, commitment, and goal-making through the sport of swimming, and encourages inner city and low-income children to participate in swimming by providing equipment purchased from community donations. He also serves as a mentor for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Cincinnati.

Kevin, a former collegiate athlete, enjoys running, Major League Baseball, and all things Louisville Cardinals.

Related Industries


  • Chiquita Brands International, Inc., in the mass tort, multidistrict litigation case of In re Chiquita Brands International, Inc. Alien Tort Statute and Shareholder Derivative Litigation, defending against claims brought by Colombian nationals and American citizens under Colombian ?law and United States federal law.
  • An insurance company, in a suit against the United States Department of the Interior, challenging under the Administrative Procedure Act a decision of the Bureau of Indian Affairs to deny a claim for loss made under a $20 million loan guaranty issued by the government to guarantee a loan made to a Native American business.
  • A construction company joint venture, in a suit against the United States challenging a Small Business Administration size determination under the Administrative Procedure Act, in connection with a bid protest resulting from the award of a multi-million dollar procurement contract by the Department of the Air Force.



    • Kentucky
    • Ohio


    • University of Cincinnati College of Law, JD, cum laude
    • University of Louisville, BS, magna cum laude