Whiteford Continues Pittsburgh Expansion with Prominent Litigation and Energy Hires

Date: December 5, 2019
Pittsburgh – Whiteford Taylor & Preston announces that Scott M. Hare and Kenneth J. Lund have joined the firm in Pittsburgh.  Mr. Hare is widely recognized as one of the area’s leading commercial litigation and bankruptcy attorneys.  Mr. Lund is former General Counsel at three international companies, with deep experience in the metals, mining and energy industries.

“We are exceptionally pleased to welcome Scott and Ken to the firm,” said Managing Partner Martin Fletcher.  “Their arrival represents a significant opportunity for expanding our services not only in the Greater Pittsburgh region but nationally.”

Mr. Hare has more than 25 years of experience litigating a wide range of business disputes, including shareholder, class action, antitrust and construction litigation.  In addition, he regularly represents debtors, creditors and bankruptcy trustees in bankruptcy court.

Mr. Lund has extensive domestic and international experience in delivering legal services to mining, energy and construction companies, first as a partner with a global law firm and then in-house at three international companies, including a publicly traded mining company.  He adds significantly to the firm’s growing energy capabilities.

“We are thrilled by Scott and Ken’s decision to join us,” said Mike Roeschenthaler, Whiteford’s Managing Partner in Pittsburgh.  “Our goal in Pittsburgh has been to create a go-to legal platform for businesses facing their toughest challenges. This is a tremendous step in that direction.”
About Whiteford, Taylor & Preston LLP: With over 175 attorneys, Whiteford, Taylor & Preston provides a comprehensive range of sophisticated, cost-effective business law and litigation services to clients ranging from innovative start-ups to middle market companies to global enterprises.  Our growing Mid-Atlantic footprint includes sixteen offices in Delaware, D.C., Kentucky, Maryland, Michigan, New York, Pennsylvania and Virginia.