Kenneth W. Baisch
Kenneth W. Baisch received his B.A. from the University of Michigan with High Distinction, High Honors in Latin and High Honors in Medieval and Renaissance Studies. He then went to the University of Michigan Law School, where he served as Articles Editor for the Michigan Yearbook of International Legal Studies and graduated in 1984.
Ken is a AV rated lawyer who is passionate about providing high quality legal services to his clients. He has been a civil litigator in California for over thirty-five years, representing both Plaintiffs and Defendants in State and Federal courts. He has handled a wide range of cases, including employment, education, products liability, construction defect, personal injury, and real estate litigation. He has tried cases in courts (both at the trial and appellate levels), administrative agencies, arbitrations, and mediation, obtaining favorable results for his clients. Two of those cases have resulted in published precedential decisions: Agosta v. Astor (2004) 120 Cal.App.4th 596, and Farahani v. San Diego Community College District (2009) 175 Cal.App.4th 1486.
Ken is a member of the California State Bar. He has served as a Judge Pro Tempore for the San Diego Superior Court Small Claims Division. He has also published articles in aviculture magazines regarding the care of exotic birds.
Ken recently moved from San Diego to Los Angeles, and now lives in Hollywood with his dog and cockatoo.