LEXINGTON, KY – Stoll Keenon Ogden PLLC is pleased to announce six of their attorneys have been promoted to Members of the firm.
Amelia Adams — Lexington
Amelia has experience in a variety of industries advising businesses as they navigate financial and operational concerns. She works alongside clients to understand the intricacies of their day-to-day, ensure they have the legal tools required to guide their organizations, and develop creative options for addressing obstacles. She practices with the Bankruptcy & Financial Restructuring and Business Litigation practice groups and contributes to several other groups.
Hannah M. Dill — Evansville
Hannah is a part of the Trusts & Estates and Business Services groups, where she helps clients plan for their small businesses and individual futures. Hannah also handles more immediate cases related to guardianship matters for the firm’s Family Law practice group.
Samuel T. Reinhardt — Lexington
Sam focuses primarily on Business Litigation and Tort, Trial & Insurance defense and is also a part of the Health Care litigation practice. Working with clients in Kentucky and across the Midwest, Sam provides counsel that keeps pace with ever-changing federal, state, and local laws. His collaborative approach combines strategic planning and passionate advocacy to help protect clients’ businesses.
Jenna M. Shives — Indianapolis
Jenna is with the Litigation and Business Services practice groups and represents clients in all aspects of litigation with a primary focus on business disputes and appeals. She is well-versed in litigating breach of contracts, non-compete agreements, environmental actions, insurance coverage, and other complex civil litigation. In addition, Jenna represents and advises clients in professional licensure matters before various regulatory bodies in Indiana.
Shawn M. Spalding — Louisville
Shawn is with the Real Estate, Corporate Finance & Lending, and Business Services practice groups. He has become a go-to resource for commercial lenders and other Kentucky-based clients seeking assistance with complex real estate transactions. His experience includes negotiating and structuring transactions throughout the United States ranging from less than $1 million to over $250 million.
Mary Ellen Wimberly — Lexington
Mary Ellen focuses her practice on Utility & Energy law and has over five years of experience representing utility companies throughout Kentucky and Virginia. She assists electric, gas, and water utilities in a range of regulatory matters, including rate cases, certificate of public convenience and necessity proceedings, change of control proceedings, fuel filings, and environmental surcharge cases. Mary Ellen also has significant experience representing utilities in eminent domain lawsuits to secure property rights to construct utility infrastructure.