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August 18, 2021

Ken Bello Featured in Boston Business Journal Article

Ken Bello, partner, is featured in the Boston Business Journal article “Employment Law Boutique Bello Welsh Ends 18-Year Run in Boston” about Bello Welsh LLP, a well-known boutique labor and employment firm in Boston, dissolving and Ken, a former Bello Welsh name partner, joining Barclay Damon’s Labor & Employment and Commercial Litigation Practice Areas.

Ken isn’t planning to retire any time soon, stating that Bello Welsh LLP decided to move on for reasons of succession. “If you think five, 10, whatever years out, you have to figure out the future of the organization,” Ken said. “The time to do that is not in the moment. The time to do that is well in advance.” Ken’s decision to come to Barclay Damon was rooted in how best to serve his clients and do so “at rates that are competitive in a boutique marketplace.”

The article also references our press release about Ken joining Barclay Damon, quoting Connie Cahill, managing partner, who called Ken’s hire “a boon not only to (the firm’s labor and employment) team, but to other teams and clients across our collaborative platform, including our energy and health care teams.”

Regarding joining Barclay Damon as his final career move, Ken said, “Work and fun aren’t always synonymous, but the reality is, if I’m healthy and I’m enjoying myself, and there’s a degree of fun and I can be helpful in a role, this could go on for an extended period of time.”

Once again, welcome to Barclay Damon, Ken!

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