Kenneth T. Law

Overview

Ken Law has devoted nearly 30 years of his career in the law to acquiring and perfecting a level of mastery in the negotiation, litigation and resolution of clients’ commercial, real property, and bankruptcy litigation matters in California State, U.S. Federal and Appellate Courts.

Among other legal topics, Mr. Law is a recognized expert in fraudulent conveyance litigation and has served as a faculty member for the State Bar of California’s Continuing Education of the Bar. Mr. Law has toured the State on numerous lecture panels for CEB, which have provided education to other attorneys on the interplay between fraudulent conveyance law and asset protection vehicles. Ken has also been a featured guest lecturer for regional and national trade creditor groups, addressing audiences concerned with enforcing creditor’s rights in bankruptcy. Frequent topics of interest include reclamation litigation, the discharge of environmental liabilities, and avoidance litigation in bankruptcy.

Publications
  •  Co-Author, “Dischargeability of Environmental Liability in Bankruptcy” for the California Real Property Journal (Summer, 1996)
  • Consultant to the California Continuing Education of the Bar on their publication, California Mechanics’ Liens and Related Construction Remedies (Third Edition, CEB, 1998)
Professional Affiliations

Mr. Law is a member of the State Bar of California, the Bay Area Bankruptcy Forum, and the Santa Clara County Bar Association, where he served on the Executive Board of the Bench/Bar/Superior Court Liaison Committee, as well as the Executive Committee of the Business Litigation Section (Chairman 1994-1996 and 1998-1999).