Ken draws on a broad range of experience in constitutional law, mass torts, real estate and legal ethics. Following the enactment of the Telecommunications Act of 1996, Ken was among the lawyers who pioneered the litigation strategy that shaped the development of federal and state law governing the siting of personal wireless services facilities. Today Ken continues to advance the law as the nation moves forward to implement 5G. He also has been active in developing First Amendment and other defenses to unfair trade practices and Medicaid fraud claims against the pharmaceutical industry, as well as representing real estate developers in a variety of personal injury and construction appeals.
State Pension Representation
From 2014 to 2017, Ken served as counsel to the New Jersey Pension and Health Benefit Study Commission, coordinating the Commission’s outreach efforts to stakeholders, which included publication of four white papers and numerous op-ed pieces and lecturing on public employee benefits reform. He also has published articles on First Amendment rights of corporations, state court jurisdiction, choice of law and preemption of punitive damages, legal ethics and appellate procedure.
Prior to joining the firm in 1988, Ken served as a law clerk to the Honorable Alan B. Handler, Associate Justice, Supreme Court of New Jersey.
For much of the year, Ken can be found in the dugout or bleachers supporting his daughters’ softball teams. He also has a strong interest in aviation and maritime history.