Simple solutions to complex problems
Ken Greene has been practicing law since 1980. His stated goal, from the day he began law school, was to learn the law to protect his family and friends. After decades of practice, nothing has changed.
Ken specializes in equipment finance, litigation, contract, business law, compliance, bankruptcy and general civil matters. His experience and insight enable him to identify issues and determine the best approach to achieve the desired result. His proactive guidance helps protect clients from costly potential mistakes.
Through the use of time tested strategies, together with shrewd strategic decisions, Ken seeks to ensure the fair treatment of his clients, and diminish unnecessary costs, delay and acrimony.
Our legal system has the capacity to create tremendous anxiety – Ken’s goal is to solve his clients’ legal problems effectively and efficiently, and to relieve that anxiety by providing a clear and sensible path to resolution of whatever problem he is presented, or by achieving a successful result in any transaction in which he becomes involved.
Ken continues his involvement in Leasing News as well as the representation of equipment finance companies, including lessors and brokers, in litigation, bankruptcy and transactions. He also represents small businesses and individuals in litigation, bankruptcy, transactions, contract, and corporate matters, as well as entities and individuals in the entertainment industry. Kit Menkin
Ken's review of the recent NAELB conference in Anaheim was featured among the top five articles in November's issue of Leasing News. Additionally, the article was well read among groups of Ken's peers on the LinkedIn social network.read more
Ken has been given the highest possible rating of "Distinguished" from the storied Martindale-Hubbell Law Directory. Described as a 'very well backgrounded, engaged and assertive practitioner', Ken received this rating based on peer review, further reinforcing his...read more
My daughter gave me a book for Father's Day called "Gumption" by Nick Offerman. He offers a bit of wisdom from Herbert A. Simon, a political scientist and Nobel Prize laureate. "In an information-rich world, the wealth of information means a dearth of something else:...read more