The firm strives to provide its clients with excellent, personalized legal services, timely and frequent communication and practical advice while protecting and
advocating for their interests. The firm focuses on establishing long term relationships with individuals, entrepreneurs, trusts and entities.
Kenneth M. Morgan concentrates his practice in the areas of transactional real estate, commercial finance and business counseling. He represents clients in acquiring, financing and leasing real estate. Ken also represents buyers and sellers of assets in diverse businesses. He represents commercial landlords and tenants in all aspects of retail, office, industrial and warehouse leasing, and counsels franchisors and franchisees in franchise acquisitions, terminations and workouts. In addition, he represents property owners, tenants and contractors in negotiating commercial and residential construction contracts, and property owners in real estate tax appeals and land use matters.
Before founding Morgan Law LLC, in February 2015, Ken was a partner at a local mid-sized law firm and prior to that he was an associate at an AmLaw 100 law firm. He was also previously a Vice President and commercial lender with a financial institution, where he was responsible for the origination, underwriting, closing and administration of commercial financing transactions.
Ken is a member of the International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC), served as Co-chair of the 2015 and 2016 PA/NJ/DE Conferences and Deal Making and is currently Southern New Jersey Government Relations Chair. He has participated as a facilitator at the ICSC Law Conference on the topic of leasing exclusives. Ken has also participated in Georgetown University's Advanced Commercial Leasing Institute. Ken has received the "AV" preeminent peer review rating from Martindale-Hubbell and is also on the Board of Consultors for the NJSBA Real Property Trust and Estate Law Section.
A graduate of the University of Pennsylvania (B.A. 1989), Drexel University (M.B.A. 1994), and Rutgers University School of Law-Camden (J.D., with honors, 2002), he was a state constitutional law editor for the Rutgers Law Journal. He is admitted to practice in New Jersey and Pennsylvania.
Ken is the proud father of two daughters. In May of 2017, Allison will graduate from Vanderbilt University with a Neuroscience major. She will continue her studies at Northwestern Medical School beginning in August of 2017. Melissa is attending Georgetown University and is planning to graduate May 2019. She is passionate about social issues and has interned on Capitol Hill.
• “New Jersey Marijuana Reform Presents Unique Commercial and Industrial Real Estate Investment Opportunities” , WCRE Newsletter, February 16, 2018.
• “Address Mold and Fuzzy Exposure Issues in Commercial Leases,” New Jersey Law Journal, March 2014
• “The New Jersey Economic Opportunity Act of 2013,” South Jersey Chamber of Commerce Newsletter, October 2013
• "Commercial Leasing Considerations," South Jersey Chamber of Commerce Newsletter, October 2012
• "Strategies for Landlords to Mitigate Co-tenancy Risks," New Jersey Law Journal, August 2012
• "Discouragement of Affordable Housing Development & Financing," Co-author, New Jersey Law Journal, March 2009
• "Battle of Leasing Covenants in Lieu of Exclusives," New Jersey Law Journal, March 2008
• "New Title Endorsements Available in New Jersey," Co-author, New Jersey Law Journal, September 2005