Spencer is an Associate in Stoll Keenon Ogden’s Evansville office, having joined the firm in 2021. An experienced litigator, he contributes to practice groups that focus on bankruptcy and commercial litigation.
After graduating from Indiana University, Spencer earned his J.D. at the Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law. He served the Indiana Office of Attorney General as both a law clerk and deputy attorney general before spending several years at another regional law firm in Evansville.
Spencer provides each client the best possible counsel and representation, identifying a strategy to reach the client’s ultimate goal and then going through the litigation process step-by-step in pursuit of that goal. He prides himself on responsiveness and quick turnaround times, recognizing that many legal issues arise quickly and call for efficient action.
Bankruptcy & Financial Restructuring: Spencer represents financial institutions and other creditors pre- and post-bankruptcy filings. Spencer has extensive experience representing creditors in defense of preferential and fraudulent transfer avoidance proceedings as well as representing commercial debtor landlords in Chapter 11 cases. Spencer ensures his client’s rights are protected every step of the way throughout the bankruptcy process.
Business Litigation: Spencer and his colleagues advise a diverse set of clients involved in all manner of civil litigation, including cases related to commercial receiverships, foreclosures, and evictions, buyers and sellers of goods, product liability, corporate control and governance, labor and employment, and fair housing law to name a few. They work efficiently and effectively, recognizing that a courtroom is the last place most businesspeople want to spend their time.
Indiana Unsafe Building Law, Jackson Kelly PLLC Municipal Law Seminar, 2017