Jeffrey D. Horst

Jeff Horst is Krevolin Horst’s senior litigator and “a go-to lawyer for referrals.” Jeff handles a wide variety of business related disputes in the areas of appeals, business torts, contracts, corporate governance, covenants not to compete, employment, entertainment, franchise, insurance coverage, intellectual property, officer and director liability, professional liability, securities litigation, shareholder disputes, and trade […]

Kana A. Caplan

Kana is a seasoned business litigator and trusted advisor to business owners and executives. Kana practices complex business litigation, with a focus on trade secrets, restrictive covenants, and business divorce.  She also has extensive experience with issues of corporate governance, fiduciary obligations, intellectual property, and employment. Kana regularly represents clients in state and federal courts […]

Brian R. Gamsey

Brian is counsel in Krevolin & Horst’s corporate practice. His focus is on representing licensors and licensees of technology/software, and growth companies seeking venture capital investment, venture capital and private equity funds, and buyers and sellers of businesses.

Skylr K. Martucci

Skylr is an associate in the corporate practice of Krevolin & Horst, where she practices general corporate and commercial finance law for small to medium-sized businesses in a variety of industries and growth stages. Skylr has a particular interest in assisting startup companies and technological innovators with identifying and meeting their goals.

Zamani J. Williams

Zamani is an associate in Krevolin & Horst’s corporate practice. Her focus is on providing corporate and transaction counsel to companies in a variety of industries. She regularly represents middle market companies in transactions ranging from US$5million to US$250,000,000, on both the buy and sell side. She has worked closely with private equity funds in […]

Intellectual Property

Krevolin & Horst provides a full range of services to protect intellectual property. We understand that a company’s most valuable asset is often intangible.