In addition, Kenneth devotes a significant part of his practice to matters involving drones, advising clients in industries including construction, security, sports and entertainment, retail, and more on the use of all types of unmanned aerial vehicles. Kenneth is a frequent lecturer on the myriad legal issues arising from the widespread proliferation of drones across numerous industries, as well as on the impact of national, state, and local legislation pertaining to commercial and private drone use.
At the State University of New York at Buffalo Law School - where he earned his J.D., magna cum laude, in 2013 - Kenneth served as a publications editor for the Buffalo Law Review and received the 2011 Marie Nesbitt Promise Prize. He’s a member of the Bar Association of Erie County and the Minority Bar Association of Western New York.
•Business First's Legal Elite of Western New York; Rising Star, 2018
•Upstate New York Super Lawyers, Rising Stars 2016-17
•Goldberg Segalla Attorneys Honored in 2018 Legal Elite of Western New York
•Sixty-One Goldberg Segalla Attorneys Featured in 2018 Upstate New York Super Lawyers
August 13, 2018
•Goldberg Segalla Attorneys Named 2016 Upstate New York Super Lawyers
August 15, 2016
•Goldberg Segalla Attorneys Listed in 2017 Upstate New York Super Lawyers
•Goldberg Segalla Adds Key Partner, Associates in Buffalo
June 8, 2015
•Presenter, The Next Big Thing: A Drone's-Eye View of Drone Liability, New York City, February 22, 2018
•Co-Presenter, Drones Are Watching Us - But Is New York Watching Drones? New York Society of Security Analysts, New York City, October 25, 2017
•Presenter, “And When the Sky Was Opened: Drones are Watching Us - But is New York Watching Drones?” Annual PERMA Conference, May 25, 2017
•Author, Pie in the Sky: Cloud Computing Brings an End to the Professionalism Paradigm in the Practice of Law, Buffalo Law Review, 2012
• Bar Association of Erie County
• Minority Bar Association of Western New York
• New York State Bar Association
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