Since joining Friedman | Rubin in 1999, Ken has appeared on behalf of plaintiffs in state and federal courts throughout the United States. He has successfully tried cases involving claims of sexual harassment, defamation, personal injury, police misconduct, and insurance bad faith.
Ken earned his B.A. in History from Antioch College and his J.D. from New York University School of Law.
A well-respected attorney, he has been given the highest rating, “AV Pre-eminent,” by the Martindale Hubbell, and he has been designated as a “Super Lawyer” by his peers in the Washington Law and Politics survey annually since 2009. Ken also has been rated a “10, Superb” by Avvo.com.
Ken is licensed to practice in the following courts:
United State Supreme Court
United States Courts of Appeals, Eighth and Ninth Circuits
United States District Courts
Eastern District of Washington
Western District of Washington
District of Oregon
District of Alaska
District of Montana
Eastern District of Kentucky
Ken has also been rated by peers in the legal community. To view his colleague reviews, please visit here.
2017, Using the Bad MMPI/neuropsychology Report Against the Defense, Cutting Edge Techniques For Helping Your TBI Client
2016, How to Survive and Thrive in First Year of Practice, Effective Use of Lay Witnesses to Prove Damages.
2015, Washington State Association for Justice, Trying an IFCA Case and Enhanced Damages.
2014, Winning your IFCA Battle, Federal Court Removal and Remand Issues.
2009, Washington State Association for Justice Annual Insurance Law CLE Spokane and Tacoma, Punitive Damages and the Insurance Fair Conduct Act.
Washington Association for Justice
American Board of Trial Advocates
Elected to Membership in the Damages Attorneys Round Table (DART) in 2017
AV Peer Review Rated
Law and Politics Magazine, 2009-2019
American Jurisprudence Award for Evidence
New York University School of Law
Hemp Industries Association
Board of Trustees 2009-2016
Antioch University Seattle
New York University School of Law, J.D., 1987
Antioch College, B.A., 1983