For more than 20 years, Ken Webster has been at the forefront of healthcare litigation and consultation in Nevada and more recently in California. In 2020, Ken returned to Hall Prangle & Schoonveld after an 18-month leave to serve as CEO of United Cancer Centers, an emerging Right-to-Try network of cancer clinics in the United States with a mission of providing investigational treatments to terminal cancer patients. During that time, Ken also served as CEO of CHIPSA Hospital, an immunotherapy research cancer hospital in Playas de Tijuana, Mexico. Ken’s work on the frontlines of emerging healthcare companies, both as outside counsel and as an administrator, provides him with a unique perspective on the operational needs of healthcare facilities as well as the defense of those entities in litigation.Ken’s primary focus has been medical malpractice defense with an emphasis on institutional clients, including acute care hospitals, ambulatory surgery centers, long- term care facilities, and rehabilitation centers. From a consulting perspective, Ken has provided guidance, policy formation and education for myriad health care facilities, clinical research organizations, and large, institutional clients related to regulatory compliance, Joint Commission considerations and the FDA clinical trial process.
Ken began his legal career in 1999 as an Associate with the law firm of Earley Savage. His early practice focused on general liability, premises liability, and construction defect litigation. In 2002, his practice focus shifted to the area of medical malpractice representing hospitals, other institutional clients, and various health care professionals.
Ken was identified by his peers as one of Nevada’s Top Lawyers. He was recently named as a Mountain States Super Lawyer in the practice area of medical malpractice litigation.
As a member of the catastrophic trial team Kenneth M. Webster is available to practice in all of our offices and across the country, on a case by case basis.
Vermont Law School , J.D., Dean's Fellow 1998-1999 (1999)
University of Utah, B.S. (1996)
U.S. District Court, District of Nevada (1999)
U.S. Court of Appeals (9th Circuit) (1999)
Nevada State Bar Association