Attorney Kenneth S. Jannette has served as a clerk for a Federal Judge, and has represented the nation’s largest financial institutions in precedent-setting matters before the United States Courts of Appeals. He is an active speaker and writer on current legal issues.
Licensed to practice law in Michigan, Florida, New York, New Jersey, Massachusetts, South Carolina, West Virginia, and Kentucky, attorney Jannette has also been admitted to practice before the United States Courts of Appeals for the Second and Third Circuits, and numerous other federal jurisdictions.
A graduate of Rutgers University School of Law, attorney Jannette received Cum Laude honors and was awarded the Dean’s Fund Academic Promise Scholarship. He was named "best oralist" in the school’s Hunter Moot Court competition. He has published several noted scholarly articles on legal issues including consumer credit, finance and debt collection, such as:
Preempted, Precluded, or Just Puzzled? – Piecing Together the Bankruptcy Code and Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, Kenneth S. Jannette (forthcoming).
The Concept of Securitization – Challenges to Standing in Federal Court, Kenneth S. Jannette. National Association of Chapter 13 Trustees Quarterly Journal – July/Sept. 2009, Vol. 21, No. 4.
Protecting Trade Secrets Without a Restrictive Covenant: Growing Acceptance of the Doctrine of Inevitable Disclosure, Jeffery W. Lorell and Kenneth Jannette. New Jersey Law Journal – March 2005, 179 N.J.L.J. 129.
Attorney Jannette also earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in journalism at Michigan State University.