Angela is a Member in Stoll Keenon Ogden's Louisville office and has been with the firm since 2004. She is a member of the Business Litigation practice and serves as Chair of the Construction Law practice. Angela is also a member of the Environmental, Business Torts, Banking Litigation, Securities and Mineral & Environmental Law practices. Her practice focuses on complex commercial litigation, collections and insolvency issues, mechanic's and materialman's liens, construction law, general business litigation and a variety of environmental law areas, including litigation, permitting, regulatory advice, enforcement matters and environmental audits.
Angela has been involved in several complex commercial litigation matters. She has extensive experience in handling document management, management of multiple experts and discovery and trial preparation for large cases.
Angela is a member of the Louisville, Kentucky, Indiana and American Bar associations. In 2007, she graduated from the Louisville Bar Association's Leadership Academy. Married with three children, she enjoys reading and spending time with her children during her spare time.
Louisville Industrial Park, LLC v. ExxonMobil Oil Corporation, et al., Case No. 3:14-CV-278-CRS (W.D. Ky., 2017). See also, FCBKy Holding, LLC v. Louisville Industrial Park, LLC, et al., Case No. 13-CI-402829 (Jefferson Circuit Court, 2013).
Originally presented with a foreclosure case by our bank client, the matter became further complicated when the location in question was declared a Superfund Site by the U.S. EPA. SKO negotiated a resolution that involved an acquisition under Kentucky’s brownfields regulations, protecting the bank against liability for historic contamination. The firm’s attorneys also successfully acquired the property for a subsidiary while dealing with substantial tax liens and negotiated a plan for cleanup, which proved satisfactory to state and federal regulators. Subsequently, SKO also successfully resolved lender liability claims that threatened to delay the transfer of the property and the commencement of cleanup activities. The case was settled favorably in March 2018.