Kenneth Cahill - Dworken & Bernstein Co., L.P. A.

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Kenneth Cahill

Dworken & Bernstein Co., L.P. A.

60 South Park Place

Painesville, OH 44077

(440) 352-3391

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Kenneth J. Cahill www.dworkenlaw.com/attorneys/associates/kenneth-cahill/ received his undergraduate Bachelor of Arts degree in History from John Carroll University in 1988 and was awarded his law degree from the Cleveland Marshall College of Law in 1991. Mr. Cahill is a member of the Ohio Bar Association and the Lake County Bar Association.  As of 2007 he is chairman of the Lake County Bar Association's Family Law Committee.  Mr. Cahill has frequently lectured on several topics related to divorce and family law matters including legislative developments involving family law, marital and separate property issues, and child custody matters.  Mr. Cahill has frequently been appointed by trial courts as a guardian ad litem to represent children's best interests. Mr. Cahill is admitted to practice in all Ohio courts as well as the U.S. District Court, Northern District of Ohio. Mr. Cahill's practice emphasizes child custody and divorce/family law.

Dworken & Bernstein www.dworkenlaw.com offers a full range of legal services for businesses, individuals, and families in litigation and transactions with offices in Painesville and downtown Cleveland. Dworken & Bernstein is the largest law firm in the Lake, Geauga, and Ashtabula County area.

Ohio Lawyers Give Back www.ohiolawyersgiveback.org was founded by Dworken & Bernstein Co., L.P.A. to promote the use of cy pres in class action settlements. When a class action is settled, plaintiff and defendant agree to a fund amount to pay all class members. Since many class members have moved, passed-away, or can't be found, millions of settlement dollars go unclaimed. That settlement money is intended to benefit the class—rather than revert to the wrongdoing defendant—so the ancient doctrine is now being used to distribute the unclaimed money to charities and non profits.

Over $22 million dollars has already been distributed, just by the sponsors, a single law firm. If cy pres were used more broadly, hundreds of millions of dollars each year would be available to help charities, non-profits, and the communities where we live. This website is dedicated to advancing the use of cy pres in all class action settlements where a large pool of unclaimed settlement funds is expected.

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