Ken Weinberg, founding shareholder,
practice in the area of structured finance, including equipment leasing,
secured lending and renewable energy project finance.
Publications & Speaking Engagements
Created a monthly
column entitled “Dispatches from the Trenches” for the nation's largest
equipment leasing publication,
Monitor Leasing and
Financial Services (since 2002). For access to a searchable
database of the 70-plus articles, visit the Cases and Articles section
of the our website.
Co-Editor - www.leaselawyer.com
Co-Author - "Taking Assignment of
Equipment Leases, An Analysis of an Acceptable Documentation Package,"
LJN's Equipment Leasing, Vol. 22, Number 11 (December 2003)
"Post-Filing Actions by Lessees that May Affect Your Security Interest,"
21 Journal of Equipment Lease Financing No. 1, 44 (2003)
Co-Author - "E-Sign: An Important Federal
Statute that Paves the Way for Enforcement of Electronic Leases," 15
Leasing Law and Strategy 3 (2002)
Co-Author - "Gramm Leach Bliley Act and
Monitor Leasing and
Financial Services (2002)
Co-Author - "Insurance and Proof of
Coverage: Are Your Certificates of Insurance Worth Anything?"
LJN's Equipment Leasing
Author- "Cryptography: 'Key Recovery'
Shaping Cyberspace (Pragmatism and Theory)," 5
Intellectual Property Law (1998)
Professional Honors & Activities
AV Peer Review "Preeminent" Rating, Highest Possible Rating in Both
Legal Ability and Ethical Standards by LexisNexis/Martindale-Hubbell
Honored as a Rising Star in Alabama Super Lawyers (a list
of top lawyers who are younger than 40 year old).
Frequent lecturer on Article Nine of the Uniform Commercial Code and on equipment leasing
Member - Equipment Leasing and Finance Association,
National Association of Equipment Leasing Brokers,
on Leasing and Secured Transactions,
American Bar Association, Alabama State
University of Georgia School of Law, J.D.,
1999, cum laude,
Executive Articles Editor of
Intellectual Property Law
Vanderbilt University, B.A., 1996,
magna cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa,
Special Honors in the College of Arts and Science
Ken and his wife met at Vanderbilt University and
both attended Georgia Law. They have two daughters and a white
English Bulldog (a dead ringer for Uga).
Ken has always been a huge basketball fan
was Most Valuable Player of the University of Leeds Basketball team in
England as a "walk on" while studying abroad. Quite frankly, basketball
is not England's best sport! Unfortunately, two knee surgeries have forced him into early retirement from
basketball. Luckily, the "Little-Tikes" basketball goal at the
Weinberg household doesn't require much jumping.