Litigation, Employment Law, Contracts

About

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Background

Kenneth K. Ching is an experienced litigation, business, and employment law attorney. After graduating from Duke University School of Law, Ken was a law school professor, as well as a litigator with top Nevada law firms. Ken practices at Argentum Law, focusing on litigation of civil, contract, and employment disputes.

Ken also provides general legal counsel on employment law issues such as the Americans with Disabilities Act, Title VII, the Family Medical Leave Act, the Age Discrimination in Employment Act, the Fair Labor Standards Act, worker’s compensation, drug testing, safety issues, wage and hour law, harassment and discrimination investigations, terminations, and employee manuals and policies.

Ken is a nationally recognized legal scholar and has published many articles on the topic of contracts, and he advises clients on the negotiation, drafting, and interpretation of contracts. See Ken’s LinkedIn profile or read about his litigation strategy.

Ken’s father was a Reno attorney and used the GI Bill to go to law school in San Francisco before moving to Reno to start his legal career in 1976. Ken’s mother taught math and special education for more than twenty years at O’Brien and Billinghurst Middle Schools.

Ken was born in Reno in 1978. He attended Elmcrest and Roy Gomm Elementary Schools, Billinghurst Middle School, and Reno High School. He received his B.A. degree in Journalism from University of Nevada, Reno in 2001 and graduated from Duke Law in 2006.

When away from the office, Ken spends time with his wife, children, and friends. He is a writer and guitar player. He attends Covenant Presbyterian Church.

Credentials

 

Education

DUKE UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF LAW
Juris Doctor, 2006

UNIVERSITY OF NEVADA, RENO
Bachelor of Arts, Journalism, 2001

Activities & Affiliations

• Tahoe Family Solutions, Board Member and Legal Advisor

Recognition

• Nevada Legal Elite 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019