Washington University School of Law,
J.D., cum laude
Southern Illinois University Edwardsville,
B.S., summa cum laude
Bar Association of Metropolitan St. Louis
American Bar Association
Illinois Bar Association
Listed in "Best Lawyers: Ones to Watch" (by BL Rankings) in Belleville, Illinois, 2022
Mass Tort Litigation / Class Actions - Defendants
Product Liability - Defendants
Thompson Coburn LLP
Join Hands - ESL
Metro East Humane Society
Ken is a member of the Litigation Group and practices in the areas of products liability, toxic torts, personal injury and railroad litigation.
Ken effectively handles all aspects of civil litigation defense including drafting and arguing various pretrial motions and taking and defending party, fact and expert witness depositions. In addition to his product liability and toxic tort practice, Ken also represents defendants in work-related personal injury cases under the FELA.
Prior to joining Thompson Coburn, Ken worked for a prominent civil defense firm where he oversaw toxic tort litigation matters from inception to completion on behalf of major manufacturers.
Co-author, "Handling Asbestos Discovery and Depositions",
National Business Institute, August, 2018
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