Brock joined Stoll Keenon Ogden in 2022, as part of the firm’s merger with Katz, Korin Cunningham. As a Member and commercial litigator, he is part of several practice groups, including Arbitration & Mediation, Banking & Financial Services, and Business Litigation.
Brock represents financial institutions and other business enterprises in both state and federal courts across the country. His practice includes commercial foreclosure and replevin actions, breach of contract cases, non-competition disputes, and judgment enforcement actions, including the pursuit of claims against recipients of fraudulent transfers, company veil-piercing actions, injunctive or other prejudgment relief, and post-judgment enforcement actions.
Brock has extensive appellate experience before the United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit, Indiana Supreme Court, and Indiana Court of Appeals, with more than 30 published appellate opinions to his credit. His appellate advocacy on behalf of numerous financial institutions and other creditors has helped shape the common law in this practice area.
Banking & Financial Services: In addition to actively litigating cases, Brock works with financial institutions regarding their special asset needs, including all aspects of commercial loan workout. He also advises clients in the manufacturing, supply, and service industries regarding trade credit issues, including how to best limit exposure and maximize recovery of outstanding accounts through the proper utilization of credit applications, promissory notes, guaranties, security agreements, and/or mortgages.
In recognition of his expertise in the credit arena, Brock serves as outside counsel to the National Cement Credit Association.
Business Litigation: Regardless of which side of a conflict you find yourself on, it is critically important to have wise, able and properly qualified legal representation — qualities that Brock and his team proudly possesses.