Kenneth Reich

Kenneth Reich

Kenneth A. Reich is an experienced lawyer with a national practice. He concentrates in environmental and energy law, commercial leasing, environmental and civil litigation. He also counsels and represents clients on local, state and federal regulatory matters and provides general corporate and transactional advice. Mr. Reich is also an experienced trained mediator and a former member of the commercial panel of the American Arbitration Assn. Two of counsel to the firm broaden the Firm's subject matter and geographic scope: Stephen J. Reich, with an office in NYC who concentrates in wills, estates, copyright, trademark and civil litigation; Steve Kalish, a Maryland based energy lawyer with particular experience with FERC issues and natural gas regulation. The firm has the resources of lawyers around the country that it uses on a case by case basis. Mr. Reich has a separate strategic consulting service focusing on environmental and energy regulation, Kenneth Reich Strategic Consulting. 

Mr. Reich has managed significant matters on behalf of the federal government as well as in the private sector on behalf of corporate, institutional and public clients. Mr. Reich spent seven years as a trial attorney, then Asst. Chief of the Environmental Enforcement section, Dept. of Justice, Washington D.C., where he represented the EPA and other federal agencies under all major federal environmental statutes. He was a partner and counsel in international, national and regional firms before forming his own firm in 2010 in order to provide quality legal service more cost effectively to his clients. 

Mr. Reich is a trained experienced mediator. He is a part-time adjunct faculty at Boston University Law School (seminars on environmental law, alternative dispute resolution).