Advertising Material

Advertising Material


Nick Nicholson

Member, Lexington

Nick is a Member in Stoll Keenon Ogden's Lexington office and has been with the firm since 2007. He is a member of the Business Litigation practice with a focus on Criminal Law, Equine Proceedings, Construction Law and Eminent Domain & Real Estate Litigation. Nick is also a member of the Bankruptcy & Financial Restructuring practice.

Nick graduated from Wake Forest University with a B.S. in Business from the Wayne Calloway School of Business and Accountancy. He then pursued his Juris Doctor from the University of Kentucky.

Nick is a member of the Fayette County, Kentucky and American Bar associations.

Education
University of Kentucky College of Law
2007, J.D.
Wake Forest University
2004, B.S.
Admissions
Kentucky
U.S. Court of Appeals, Sixth Circuit
U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Kentucky
U.S. District Court, Western District of Kentucky

Affiliations

  • Kentucky Bar Association
  • Fayette County Bar Association
  • KTA/KTOB Vision 2020 Committee, steering committee member
  • Cardinal Hill Junior Board, chairman & co-founder
  • High Hope Steeplechase Foundation, board member
  • The Lexington School Alumni Board
  • WEG Clean Zone Ordinance Committee
View More

Work Highlights

Zone Changes for Multi-Family Residential

SKO represented clients in the acquisition, zone change, and all related development plan approvals for several student housing apartment projects throughout Kentucky.

Related Practices: Real Estate

Equine Tourism

SKO aided in the creation and formation of a non-profit Equine Tourism entity designed to garner tourism onto Central Kentucky horse farms and increase fan support and awareness in the sport of horse racing.

Related Practices: Real Estate, Equine Transactional

Zone Change for Mixed-Use Development

SKO obtained a zone change and all related development plan approvals for a national Retail Outfitter and Mixed-Use Development in Lexington.

Related Practices: Real Estate

Zone Change for Enterprise Zone Mixed-Use Development and Distillery

SKO obtained a zone change and all related approvals for a new Mixed-Use Development and distillery on Whiskey Row in Downtown Louisville.

Related Practices: Real Estate

Real Estate Litigation

SKO obtained a summary judgment at Fayette Circuit Court for a zone change appeal filed by protesting neighbors to a zone change and new development.

Zone Change for Mixed-Use Development

SKO represented clients in the acquisition, zone change, development plan approvals, and all related permitting for a 50-acre Mixed-Use Development including retail, office space, and multi-family residential uses.

Related Practices: Real Estate, Construction Law

Directed Verdict in Criminal Case

SKO obtained a directed verdict of all criminal charges filed against a client following a jury trial in Circuit Court.

Related Practices: Criminal Law, Business Litigation

Assault & Battery Criminal Charges Dismissed

SKO obtained a dismissal of all criminal charges filed against a family law client following a successful a suppression hearing.

Related Practices: Criminal Law, Business Litigation

Criminal Representation Resulting in Dismissal of Five Felony Charges

SKO successfully reached a settlement with the U.S. Attorney on our client's behalf to dismiss five felony counts and prevent jail time and any associated fine.

Related Practices: Criminal Law, Business Litigation

Sixth Circuit Criminal Oral Argument

SKO successfully argued before the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals to overturn a conviction in the lower court. We argued that prejudicial evidence substantially outweighing probative value.

Related Practices: Criminal Law, Business Litigation

Kentucky Court of Appeals Criminal Appeal

Successfully argued before the Kentucky Court of Appeals to overturn the sex offender registration requirement for a client based on constitutional violations.

Related Practices: Criminal Law, Business Litigation

Criminal Charges Dismissed

Successfully obtained a dismissal of all criminal charges pending against manager for corporate client.

Related Practices: Criminal Law, Business Litigation