Fighting for Workers

Ken is a plaintiff’s employment attorney, and has spent the last 14 years defending victims of wrongful treatment in the workplace. He represents workers who have been subject to discrimination, harassment, and wrongful termination, and he assists people with employment agreements so that they are treated fairly for the work they do. One of Ken’s earlier cases involved three women who had been sexually harassed, and the settlement he won for them was one of the largest of its kind in New Hampshire history at the time.

Before he became an employment attorney, Ken served as a commercial litigator in Boston, which allowed him to become well acquainted with the real concerns and difficulties of small businesses. Before that Ken served  as a sports attorney.  

Ken has a bachelor’s degree in Journalism from Northeastern University, and spent 8 years as a writer and editor affiliated with the Boston Globe before he began practicing law. 

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Invested in the Community 

Ken has lived in Bedford for the past 25 years, where he has been an active member of the community. 

As the vice-chairman of the Bedford Zoning Board, he was involved in decision-making on matters of land use and sign restrictions, and as chairman of the Bedford Cultural Council, he worked to promote art and education in the community through project grants to local innovators. 

Ken has also coached youth soccer and baseball, and has served as a  group leader of student teams in the Destination Imagination Program, which teaches STEM principles through collaborative problem solving challenges.

Ken is married to Breena Daniell, and has a son, Brandon, age 13.