Kenneth G. Eade (Ken Eade, Kenneth Eade) is an international business lawyer, based in Los Angeles, California, specializing in international law, transactional and corporate law, complex business litigation, securities litigation, Contract Law, General Commercial and Business Law Matters, Licensing Agreements, and Mergers & Acquisitions. He is a member of the Bar of California, the federal District Court for the Central District of California, and the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeal. His previous experience over the past 30 years includes licensing, mergers and acquisitions, securities, collections, real estate, and bankruptcy. He holds a Juris Doctor in Law from Southwestern University School of Law, and a B.A. in Liberal Studies from California State University, Northridge. Mr. Eade is a member in good standing of the California State Bar, the federal Bar of the United States District Court for the Central District of California and the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeal. He is also an accomplished filmmaker and a free lance writer for the Los Angeles Daily Journal.
Mr. Eade was recently presented with a plaque by Martindale Hubbel for his 30 years of service to the community as a California lawyer. In his 30 years’ of practice, Mr. Eade has championed thousands of causes for individuals for their civil liberties and freedoms, and advocated the rights of small businesses and individuals against large special interest groups. Included among his recent litigation victories are major victories against banks thought “too big to fail” who illegally take advantage of consumers with illegal collections after foreclosure, which prompted him to open the consumer relief website, http://suepredatorylender.com . Recent advances include the quashing of a fraudulent attempt to hijack a small publicly traded company by a custodian filing in Nevada, a preliminary injunction against one of the world’s largest banks for attempting to collect an illegal debt, and a major lawsuit against the three major credit bureaus for failing to correct inaccurate information in a credit investigation. He is also a freelance writer for the Los Angeles Daily Journal.