Kenn Goldblatt has over 25 years of experience litigating for himself and assisting others. He has been a senior-level trial paralegal, advocate for disabled litigants under the Americans with Disabilities Act Amendments Act, and pro se litigant for his own cases in six states, four Federal circuits, and the U.S. Supreme Court. That experience has given Kenn a unique perspective on what is required to represent yourself or manage an attorney who is representing you.
Goldblatt 's background is mostly in communications and strategic planning. However, 25 years ago, he decided he realized he could not afford to employ an
attorney to defend him. As a result, he found a lawyer who agreed to allow him to do the work under the lawyer's supervision at a reduced cost. It resulted in a relationship that lasted for than 20 years and provided him with a broad range of litigation experience in the process.
His success working in the legal profession as a pro se litigant led him to write The Pro Se Litigant's Civil Litigation Handbook.
Kenn is still very busy with his own lawsuits as well as consulting with pro se litigants, writing briefs, appeals, and writs for attorneys, and working as an ADA Advocate.
His book is your guide for what to do and how to do it when you are sued or have to file a lawsuit.
Caught up in a civil lawsuit?
The Pro Se Litigant's Civil Litigation Handbook is the only book on the market to guide pro se litigants step-by-step from start to finish in a trial.
Kenn Goldblatt's handbook guides readers from pre-litigation investigation through virtually every step of a civil lawsuit.
At each step, the book provides a checklist to guide readers in what to do and to keep them on track and schedule as they work through the litigation process.
It includes a Glossary to teach readers how to “speak litigation” so they can make themselves clearly understood by the judge and understand what the opposing party or lawyer is saying.
Moreover, it has an Appendix of sample documents to show readers what their filings should look like and what content they should contain.