Stoll Keenon Ogden PLLC is pleased to announce that attorneys Mark T. Hurst and Sharon A. Mattingly have been elected as members of the firm’s Board of Directors.
Hurst focuses his law practice on business litigation and serves as the co-chair of the Trust & Estate Litigation practice. His litigation experience ranges from representing Fortune 500 companies to small, locally owned businesses, and his practice has included commercial and construction disputes, estate litigation, defamation claims, personal injury law, and non-compete enforcement. Hurst served as Chair of the Board of Directors for Zoom Group, an organization devoted to helping adults with developmental disabilities and was named to Business First’s Forty under 40 in 2010.
Mattingly focuses her law practice on the design and maintenance of qualified and nonqualified retirement plans, health and welfare plans, executive deferred compensation plans, employee benefit issues in mergers and acquisitions and the purchase and sale of businesses through employee stock ownership plans. She also has extensive experience working with the Internal Revenue Service and the Department of Labor on tax and ERISA compliance issues. Mattingly is a current member and the former president of the Louisville Employee Benefits Council and is a member of the ESOP Association and the Women Lawyers Association of Jefferson County. She currently serves on the board for the Kentucky Public Pension Oversight and has served on the executive committee and board of directors for the Kentucky Shakespeare Festival.