Kenneth Charles Anderson, a retired Department of Justice attorney who worked on the breakup of AT&T in the 1980s, died of kidney failure Oct. 9 at the Sinai Hospital hospice.
The Canton resident was 80.
"He was a tiger. He went after his goals with the tenacity of a bulldog," said George Saunders, a Chicago resident who represented AT&T in the 1980s. "He was a very fine lawyer. We were on different sides, but I could always trust his word."
Family members said Mr. Anderson was an attorney for more than 50 years. He began at the Federal Trade Commission in New York and worked from an assisted-living residence in Towson until days before his...