Kraig discovered in college that he possessed an affinity for problem-solving and reasoned arguments. A lifelong learner with strong conservative principles, he naturally gravitated to labor law for his life’s work. While in law school, he excelled in labor and employment law, which prompted him to seek and obtain a Master of the Laws degree in Labor Law. He puts his talents to good use consulting with and representing management-side clientele in all of their labor and employment concerns.
“As a young man growing up in a middle-class family, I saw my father start two small businesses. While he succeeded in growing his businesses, I observed firsthand the struggles he experienced – not only against established competitors, but against a burdensome and often overreaching federal and state regulatory system. When I see our clients similarly ensnared in the intricate web of federal and state labor and employment laws, it triggers within me a deep-seated desire to assist, whether that assistance is in the form of expert consultation toward compliance or aggressive representation in defense of a claim. Simply put, I am hardwired for assisting management clients in their labor and employment law problems and disputes.”
Kraig enjoys sports of all kinds. Although his Joe Namath knees no longer allow for much basketball, he can be spotted on area golf courses. Kraig loves to vacation with family and friends, and especially enjoys trips on his motorcycle. He has ridden his Harley Davidson Fatboy throughout the country and has a penchant for riding in the mountains. He has conquered the Black Hills, Rockies, Adirondacks, Catskills, Ouachita, Bighorn, Allegheny, Ozark, Beartooth, Blue Ridge, and Smoky Mountains.
When the motorcycle is not an option, Kraig enjoys sailing, snowmobiling, and scuba diving. On one of his scuba adventures, he was bitten several times while diving with sharks (fortunately, only various reef fish were biting that day).
In his spare time, Kraig also enjoys studying history, political science, economics, and philosophy. Life as he knows it would come to an end if the History, National Geographic, or Discovery channels were dropped from his cable package.