Ken joined DGMS as a Partner in the Litigation Department in 1999. Previously, Ken... more
Ken joined DGMS as a Partner in the Litigation Department in 1999. Previously, Ken practiced civil litigation in the area of insurance defense for several years. Ken is part of the litigation team, where he fights for the rights of injured clients. Ken was admitted the Ohio Bar in 1991, and the Pennsylvania Bar in 1992, Ohio and U.S. District Court, Northern and Southern District of Ohio. ... view profile
Prior to joining Dyer, Garofalo, Mann Schultz, I worked as a law clerk for the firm'... more
Prior to joining Dyer, Garofalo, Mann Schultz, I worked as a law clerk for the firm's legal research and writing division. I received my undergraduate degree from Miami University in Oxford, Ohio and graduated from the University of Dayton School of Law with honors. While attending law school, I received the CALI Excellence awards for my accomplishments in Externship Seminar and Tort Litigatio... view profile
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