Kenton Villano is an associate in O’Hagan Meyer’s Boston office. He focuses his practice on civil litigation matters, with a concentration on labor and employment law.
Kenton advises clients on issues including harassment and discrimination claims, wage and hour disputes, labor law compliance, and trade secret/non-competition agreements. He has conducted internal investigations for corporations, represented them before both federal and state agencies, and served as counsel for intra-corporate shareholder disputes. Kenton also has experience in all stages of litigation including motion hearings, arbitrations, depositions, oral arguments, and trial management conferences. He has drafted briefs for the United States District Courts, as well as appeals for the First Circuit.
Prior to joining O’Hagan Meyer, Kenton was an associate with McLane Middleton, PA. Before going to law school, Kenton was an elementary school teacher in California for Teach for America.
Kenton is admitted to practice in Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and Illinois, as well as before the US District Court of Massachusetts, the US District Court of New Hampshire, and the First Circuit Court of Appeals.
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Kenton earned his B.A. in Philosophy from University of Notre Dame, where he was President of the Pre-Law Society. He subsequently earned his J.D., with honors, from Loyola University Chicago, while serving as lead articles editor for the law review.
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