Anthony is Counsel to the Firm in Stoll Keenon Ogden’s Lexington office and has been with SKO since 2000. He is part of the Business Litigation practice, with a focus on Business Torts, Banking, Trade Regulation, and Trust & Estate cases.
A trial attorney with a significant track record of success, Anthony’s work with clients at the firm has covered a broad spectrum of litigation matters, including those relating to business and commercial operations, property and mineral assets, wills and estates, fiduciary obligations and contracts of various forms.
Anthony has mainly provided counsel to clients in Kentucky, but has offered his assistance to businesses across the country. In 2014, he was part of an SKO legal team that argued before the U.S. Supreme Court on an statute issue relating to the Lanham Act.
For his many legal accomplishments, Anthony has been named a Rising Star by Kentucky Super Lawyers® in the area of Business Litigation.
Business Litigation: Anthony provides strategic advice to businesses and professionals faced with lawsuits, arbitration and other conflicts. He is part of a team at SKO whose contributions have helped the firm earn recognition by Benchmark Litigation as “Kentucky Firm of the Year.”
Business Torts: Representing clients at all stages of litigation, with particular emphasis on complex cases, Anthony is skilled in defending and prosecuting a range of legal actions. He also helps clients resolve disputes through mediation and arbitration.
Banking Litigation: For lenders and borrowers, Anthony is a trusted adviser on matters relating to business credit disputes. He also assists clients with documentation of lending transactions to minimize the risk of litigation.
Antitrust, Trade Regulation & Franchise: Anthony offers counseling and litigation services for a broad spectrum of concerns, from conflicts over dealer termination and franchise agreements to claims of false advertising.
Trust & Estate Litigation: Anthony has extensive experience representing clients in will and trust contests, reformation suits, challenges to and defenses of inter vivos gifts, and various other actions on behalf of families, businesses and individuals.