Kenton has broad experience working with clients in a range of high-stakes domestic and international white collar matters, including government and regulatory enforcement actions, anti-corruption compliance matters, and internal investigations. He has extensive experience responding to subpoenas and information requests from regulators and government entities and has had trial and litigation experience before the United Nations Dispute Tribunal in New York.
Kenton maintains an active pro bono practice. Through the Criminal Justice Act (“CJA”), he regularly represents incarcerated or indigent clients, including in Section 1983 civil rights actions.
Prior to joining Orrick, Kenton was an Associate at Day Pitney LLP. While in law school, he was a research assistant to Professor Doriane Coleman and interned with the CWS-RDU Immigration and Refugee Program. He also spent time as a Summer Associate at Bentsi-Enchill, Letsa & Ankomah, a law firm in Accra, Ghana.
Kenton is also a member of the firm’s Africa Practice and has an interest in development and anti-corruption compliance matters, including enforcement actions by multi-lateral development banks.