Attorneys in the Kentucky Practice Area are involved in virtually every other practice group in the firm. Members of the Kentucky Practice combine their personal experience and the firm's institutional expertise in their particular practice areas with a focus upon Kentucky law in their representation of private and public entities and individuals throughout the Commonwealth of Kentucky.

Members of the Kentucky Practice Area combine the breadth and expertise of the firm's other practice groups with a focus on the businesses and governments of Kentucky. Business and Finance lawyers represent new and existing businesses in all manners of transactions. Labor and Employment lawyers assist Kentucky employers in complying with state and federal employment laws and by providing advice on human resources and labor relations issues.

The Kentucky Practice's employment lawyers also regularly represent employers in matters involving wage and hour, discrimination, harassment, wrongful discharge, and other employment issues before administrative agencies, arbitrators, and state and federal courts throughout Kentucky.

Attorneys on the Kentucky Practice Area's litigation team have extensive experience in all manner of civil litigation in state and federal courts throughout Kentucky. Litigators in the Kentucky Practice Area have extensive experience in cases involving complex disputes, such as antitrust, securities, health care, class actions, commercial and financing transactions, and large construction projects, as well as personal injury, contract disputes, consumer protection, and land use matters.

Within the litigation team, members of the Appellate Practice have extensive experience in representing clients in state and federal appeals. Trust and Estate Planning lawyers in the Kentucky Practice advise their individual and institutional clients on estate planning, probate administration and litigation, and charitable planning and giving.

Members of the Kentucky Practice Area also represent a number of local governmental entities, both as general counsel and as special counsel in more complex matters, including negotiation of development and financing packages. Practice members include attorneys with experience in public administration and local elected officials whose perspective and experiences benefit governmental clients and private clients negotiating with local and state governments.

Other practice areas represented in the Kentucky Practice include:

  • Health Care
  • Bankruptcy
  • Environmental
  • Immigration
  • International Transactions (including the Japan and China Practice Areas)

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