Kevin's practice focuses on construction litigation, government contracts, and maritime matters. As a former city attorney, he is also well versed in land use advice and litigation matters.

Kevin has extensive experience in the construction industry. He has tried over 90 jury trials in both state and federal court and is admitted to practice in the United States Court of Federal Claims. He also has handled numerous mediations and arbitrations of construction and government contracts matters.

For the past several years, Kevin has been named a “Virginia Super Lawyer” in the field of construction litigation. He is also listed in “Best Lawyers in America” for construction litigation. He has written numerous articles and taught many seminars on construction and government contracts issues. Kevin was previously interviewed by Law360 on the analysis of government contracts.

    • Education

      • J.D., Washington and Lee University School of Law
      • B.A., English and History, Hofstra University, cum laude


      • Virginia State Bar
      • Member, United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit Bar Association
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    • Professional Recognition

      • Best Lawyers in America, Construction Law and Construction Litigation, 2013-2020, 2024
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      • Regional Director, Hampton Roads Chamber of Commerce
      • Past President, Chesapeake Chamber of Commerce
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Relevant Experience
  • Defended public utility connection fee ordinance for Virginia county — prevailed by obtaining summary judgment at trial and having judgment affirmed by Virginia Supreme Court. Eagle Harbor LLC v. Isle of Wight County, 271 Va. 603, 628 S.E.2d298 (2006).
  • Co-author, "Are You a Government Contractor Seeking PPP Loan Forgiveness? Be Careful What You Wish For!", Pratt’s Government Contracting Law Report, August 2021
  • Are You a Government Contractor Seeking PPP Loan Forgiveness? Be Careful What You Wish For! April 22, 2021 Kevin J. Cosgrove Member Willcox & Savage, P.C. 757.628.5518 757.628.5566
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