August 13, 2012

Seven SKO Attorneys Selected for Community Leadership Roles

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Sarah Sloan Reeves
Member, Stoll Keenon Ogden PLLC

Seven Stoll Keenon Ogden attorneys have been selected for various civic leadership roles in the Louisville and Lexington communities. 

Adam Goebel was selected for the 2012-2013 Leadership Louisville class. Adam is a member to the firm and focuses his practice on Business Litigation. He also serves as chair of the Environmental practice.

Sarah Sloan was selected for the 2012-2013 Leadership Lexington class. Sarah focuses her work on mergers and acquisitions; healthcare; and equine industries within the Business Services practice. She is an associate with the firm and a member of the Trusts & Estates; State & Federal Tax; and Real Estate practices.

Both leadership programs are designed to provide participants with a solid understanding of community dynamics, issues and opportunities for the purpose of strengthening leadership skills to face civic challenges and maximize community progress.

Emily Pagorski was selected for Fund for the Arts’ 2012-2014 NeXt! class, a two-year philanthropic arts leadership program for young professionals.  Emily is a member of the Bankruptcy practice and serves as co-chair of the Lender Liability practice. Her work is focused on commercial litigation and debtor-creditor relations.

David Smith and Matt Lindblom have been elected to three-year term on the board of directors of Fund for the Arts. The nonprofit is an umbrella fundraising organization focused on increasing economic development, education and quality of life through the arts in the region. David is a member of the firm and co-chair of the Business Services practice with a focus on Mergers & Acquisitions; Public Finance; and Equine. Matt is a member of the Bankruptcy and Business Litigation practices with a focus on lender liability and criminal law.

Brad Keeton and Stephen Sherman were selected for the Louisville Bar Association’s 2012 Leadership Academy.  The academy is a six-month training program to develop leadership skills of attorneys who are early in their practice, empowering them to make greater, positive impacts in their community over a lifetime.

Brad is an associate with the firm and member of the Business Litigation practice with a focus on Antitrust & Trade Regulation; Business Torts; Appellate Law; and Healthcare Litigation. He is also a member of the Tort, Trial & Insurance Services practice. Stephen is an associate with the firm and member of the State & Federal Tax practice.

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