Beth is a Member in Stoll Keenon Ogden's Evansville office and has been with the firm since 1998. She is a member of the Mineral & Environmental Law practice. She focuses her practice on employment relations, education law and general litigation.
In addition to advising clients on day to day employment issues, Beth has experience in assisting employers in defending allegations of age discrimination, racial discrimination, disability discrimination, sexual harassment, FMLA violations and retaliation. She has also defended clients against unemployment claims and workers' compensation claims. Beth maintains an active litigation practice and has practiced in both state and federal courts.
Beth is a member of Henderson County, Kentucky, Indiana and American Bar associations, as well as the Kentucky Council of School Attorneys and the National Council of School Attorneys. She is currently the Board Attorney for the Henderson County Board of Education, and is actively involved in several educational initiatives in her community, including serving as a Facilitator for the Northwest Kentucky Forward Education Advocates. She is a member of First Christian Church, and is married with three children.
Series of transactions to acquire more than 450 million tons of Illinois Basin coal reserves; SKO served as lead deal counsel, performed due diligence.
An IPO for midstream gathering services for production from the Marcellus Shale. SKO performed due diligence and prepared transaction documents.
Acquisition of over one million gross oil and gas acres (primarily New Albany shale acreage in the Illinois Basin, but also including acreage in Northern Appalachia, the San Juan Basin, the Powder River Basin and the Rockies). SKO performed due diligence and prepared transaction documents.