Kevin Togami


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Kevin Togami is a corporate associate in O’Melveny’s San Francisco office.

Kevin’s practice consists of representing public and private companies and private equity funds, advising in the realm of mergers and acquisitions, capital markets, corporate finance, intellectual property licensing and cryptocurrency and blockchain matters. 

His experience spans a variety of industries, including technology, healthcare, sports, entertainment and media.

Kevin also devotes time to pro bono matters, where he’s provided counsel in immigration matters and assisted small businesses in microlender financing and contract and policy drafting.  



Bar Admissions

  • California


  • Loyola Marymount University, J.D.: Senior Editor, Loyola of Los Angeles Entertainment Law Review
  • University of Miami, Bachelor’s Degree; President’s List; Beta Theta Pi; Presidential Scholarship

Professional Activities


  • Legal Internship, Nike and Converse
  • Google Legal Summer Institute Scholar
  • Sports Marketing and Endorsement Internship, GSE Worldwide


  • “Bottom of the Ninth Circuit: Senne v. Kansas City Royals,” Loyola of Los Angeles Entertainment Law Review, Vol. 40