Ken Lovell is the founder and principal attorney of Lovell Law Group. Ken has been in the pharmaceutical industry for close to 20 years. For the last 10 years, he has served as in-house counsel, outside counsel and business advisor to various pharmaceutical and biotech companies.
Ken spent the first five years of his career as a pharmaceutical sales representative for Schering-Plough Corporation. It is this real-world business experience that enables Ken to have a true understanding of his clients’ needs and business objectives.
While Ken attended Rutgers University School of Law, he spent his summers working as an in-house law clerk for Schering-Plough.
Following law school, Ken worked as a corporate attorney for Lowenstein Sandler LLP. Ken counseled the firm’s life sciences and healthcare clients on a broad spectrum of transactional and corporate matters, including contract advice and preparation, formation and structuring of companies, mergers, acquisitions, divestitures, corporate compliance and corporate governance.
Ken left Lowenstein Sandler to join the legal department of a large, New Jersey-based pharmaceutical company, where he ran the company’s commercial contracting operations for its U.S. business. Ken also oversaw all work prepared by the company’s paralegals.
In 2010, Ken left the pharmaceutical company and started Lovell Law Group, where he continues to advise pharmaceutical and biotech companies on all aspects of their contracting needs.