Pannone Lopes Devereaux & O'Gara LLC
Kas R. DeCarvalho is a Partner with Pannone Lopes Devereaux & O’Gara LLC and a member of the firm’s Corporate & Business Team. With over 20 years of experience as a corporate attorney and business leader, his practice focuses on corporate and transactional law, financing and mergers and acquisitions, technology and artificial intelligence, intellectual property, international transactions, and business ethics and compliance law. His clients include for profit and nonprofit organizations, and individuals seeking advice with business formations, funding, general company operations and culture, and crisis management.
In addition to his legal practice, Attorney DeCarvalho has co-founded multiple product development and licensing ventures, as well as a martial arts studio. He is an active community volunteer and has served on various state, municipal and nonprofit boards, including the Quonset Development Corporation, the Providence Economic Development Partnership, Thurgood Marshall Law Society, United Way of Rhode Island, the Greater Providence YMCA, Providence Athenaeum, the Providence Public Library, Rhode Island PBS, the Metropolitan Career and Technical Center (“The MET School”), Community Works RI, Engage RI, the International Institute, Oasis International, and Progresso Latino.
For his community leadership and career achievements, he has received numerous awards and recognitions. He has been named in the New England Super Lawyers publication, selected by his peers for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America 2021 edition, received the peer-evaluated 2020 Professional Excellence Award from Rhode Island Monthly, a distinction recognizing only 5% of attorneys in the area, was twice named to Providence Business News’ “40 Under Forty,” and was selected Class Speaker by members of his Leadership Rhode Island Omega Class of 2004.
Attorney DeCarvalho earned both a B.A. and Juris Doctor degrees from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He serves on the Rhode Island Commission on Judicial Tenure and Discipline and is a member of the Rhode Island Commodores, a prestigious nonprofit leadership organization that promotes economic development.