Elizabeth B. Hurley
Counsel , Louisville KY
Elizabeth joined Stoll Keenon Ogden in 2017 as an Associate Counsel to the firm. For clients at the firm, she leverages her expertise in real estate law, as well as insurance defense litigation, to effectively negotiate the best result possible.
Prior to joining SKO, Elizabeth worked for three years in a private practice law firm, where she represented national and international banks and institutions in commercial real estate transactions. Her experience includes securitized loans, portfolios, mezzanine loans, and warehouse loans with loan amounts totaling up to $300 million.
Real Estate: Elizabeth’s work specializes in the review and negotiation of complex commercial title documents and title policies, closing deals, and issuing title policies, as well as the review and negotiation of survey and zoning matters on behalf of lenders and borrowers. This representation extends to sophisticated real estate acquisitions and dispositions, leasing transactions, and financing and construction projects throughout the United States.
Corporate Finance & Lending: For banks and other financial institutions, Elizabeth offers services that include documenting loan transactions and assisting with loan workouts, often in connection with real estate deals.
Business Services: Elizabeth brings her precise and thorough approach to businesses in need of legal counsel, particularly in the area of corporate financing. She advises companies of all sizes, in industries ranging from health care to manufacturing.
U.S. District Court, Western District of Kentucky
Professional & Community Activities
Louisville Bar Association
Kentucky Bar Association
Kentucky Land Title Association, Education Committee
Legal Aid Society, Pro Bono Legal Advocate for Domestic Violence Victims
League of Women Voters, secretary, 2011-2012
Best Lawyers: Ones to Watch® in America, Commercial Litigation, Real Estate Law, 2021-present
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