Laffey, Bucci & Kent in the National and Local News
Laffey, Bucci & Kent crime victims rights lawyer, Brian Kent, gives interview about the firm’s representation of a sex abuse victim against the abuser, a Delaware state court judge. Due to LBK’s representation and efforts, the case settled with the judge’s admission of guilt, resignation from the bench and eventual disbarment.
The original video on www.myfoxphilly.com is no longer available. The video was available at: http://www.myfoxphilly.com/dpp/news/071009_Local_Judge_Accused_Of_Child_Sex_Abuse.
Philadelphia Inquirer News Feature
LBK partner Brian Kent was interviewed by the Philadelphia Inquirer about the Jerry Sandusky Penn State scandal. Mr. Kent, a noted PA and NJ sexual abuse crime victims lawyer, discussed filing sex assault and sex abuse victims’ lawsuits in federal court.
Delaware OnLine Press Conference – LBK Settles Sexual Abuse Case Against Judge Bradley in Delaware
Philadelphia sex abuse crime victim’s rights attorneys Brian Kent and Jeff Laffey were featured on Delaware OnLine discussing their success in this landmark case. In the settlement, they obtained the abuser’s acknowledgment and admission of guilt for the victims and their families. This case serves as a model for victims of child sexual abuse who persevere in their search for justice.
Highly regarded crime victim’s civil lawyer and LBK partner, Brian Kent, was a guest speaker on TruTv‘s show, In Session, on December 13 and 14, 2011. Mr. Kent was interviewed by In Session host, Christi Paul, about the Jerry Sandusky Penn State scandal and Defendant Sandusky’s decision to waive his Preliminary Arraignment.
*Due to broadcasting policies at Turner Broadcasting, no portion or image of the interview is permitted to be shown.
Brian Kent authors article on workplace safety for the September 2011 issue of Trial Magazine for the American Association for Justice
Brian Kent interviewed by the American Association for Justice re: changes to OSHA’s work accident/injury reporting system.
*The article is no longer available online (http://www.justice.org/cps/rde/justice/hs.xsl/22391.htm)