Kevin Grochow has experience in a broad range of business and complex civil
litigation matters. He also represents debtors and creditors in bankruptcy
actions, as well as defending criminal cases in state and federal court.
Representative matters Kevin has handled in recent years include:
- Defense of a physician in a Medicare/Medicaid government fraud
investigation. Kevin was able to significantly reduce the alleged amount of
overpayments made to the physician and helped to reach a favorable
- Obtained a default judgment against the former campaign manager of a
congressional candidate for the full amount of campaign funds stolen
during the course of the congressional race.
- Successful defense of a number of medical malpractice claims asserted
against one of the largest hospital systems and insurance plans in the
- Negotiated and obtained a highly favorable settlement for a stockbroker
accused of fraud, elder abuse, and breaches of fiduciary duties, in
connection to the loss of over $4 million in portfolio assets.
- Helped obtain a complete defense verdict for a California County after
associating in to the case on the eve of trial to assist County Counsel
defend allegations against the Sherriff’s department, who was alleged to
have caused catastrophic personal injuries to multiple minors.
Prior to joining Bienert, Miller & Katzman, Kevin was a Senior Associate at Wood,
Smith, Henning & Berman, LLP, where his practice areas included healthcare
law, professional liability, employment, commercial and business litigation,
premises liability, environmental and toxic tort litigation, and general liability.
Prior to that, Kevin was an associate at Bonne, Bridges, Mueller, O’Keefe &
Nichols, LLP, where his practice focused on healthcare law, medical malpractice,
employment, and privacy litigation.
Kevin graduated cum laude from Chapman University School of Law in 2012,
where he received CALI awards for the top grade in Contracts, Torts, and Toxic
Torts. He served as Editor-in-Chief of the Chapman Law Review, and was Vice-
President of the Student Bar Association. He earned his undergraduate degree from UC Irvine.