Kevin Rayhill specializes in complex class actions involving antitrust claims. He represents plaintiffs harmed by the anticompetitive practices of powerful corporations in markets such as automobiles, steel, commodities warehousing, long-haul trucking, paint manufacture, plastics and commercial food products. Kevin is a graduate of Oberlin College (B.A.), the Berklee College of Music (Professional Diploma), and the University of California, Hastings College of the Law (J.D.). While in law school, he held internships at the California Attorney General’s Office (Environment, Land Use, and Natural Resources Division) and the San Francisco City Attorney’s Office (Energy and Telecommunications Team), and an externship with Justice Stuart R. Pollak of the California Court of Appeal (First District). Upon graduation he worked as a Legal Research Attorney at the Superior Court of San Francisco (Criminal Division).