Kenneth G. Bartlett is an experienced trial attorney. He has tried over 100 cases to verdict. He was awarded board-certified status as a civil trial specialist by the National Board of Trial Advocacy (NBTA) in 1987 and has been re-certified by the NBTA continuously since then. He has written and lectured extensively on selected legal topics over the past 35 years, including trial practice and environmental torts. He is also a past planning co-chairperson for the Connecticut Bar Association on medical malpractice.
He has been actively involved in numerous environmental issues, including formaldehyde, hazardous waste litigation generally and a variety of “Toxic Tort” cases. He is former Associate Editor of the Toxic Substances Journal. He co-authored a textbook on “The Law of Toxics and Toxic Substances” published by CRC Press, Inc. He is a former recipient of a National Science Foundation (NSF) Fellowship in trace metal analysis.
He has been involved in several mass tort campaigns, including Vioxx, Zantac, Prempro and the Dow Corning silicone implant litigation going back to the early 1990s.