William J. Kennedy has more than 30 years of experience in construction litigation and in developing construction industry/contract documents for owners, design professionals, and contractors. Mr. Kennedy has also represented chemical industry clients in environmental litigation matters and regulatory enforcement proceedings for more than 20 years. He has handled government contract claims and public bid protests, served as an arbitrator and mediator, and has International Chamber of Commerce arbitration experience.
Lafayette College, A.B., 1959
Temple University Beasley School of Law, J.D., 1966, Barenkopf scholar, executive editor of the Temple University Law Review (1965-66)
Mr. Kennedy has been president of the Philadelphia Tennis Association, president and a member of the Pennsylvania Prison Society, a Hearing Committee chair of the Disciplinary Board of the Pennsylvania Supreme Court, a member of the Pennsylvania Environmental Hearing Board’s Rules Committee, and a lecturer at Temple University School of Law.
Publications and Lectures
Mr. Kennedy is the author of a number of published articles on construction law and has lectured at the National Association of Attorneys General Construction Claims Seminar, the American Bar Association’s Forum Committee on Construction Industry Annual Meeting, and the Annual Convention of the Construction Specifications Institute, among others.