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Business Litigation

Our Business Litigation practice provides strategic advice to businesses and professionals faced with disputes, lawsuits, arbitration, and other conflicts. We help manage disputes on the front end with guidance on sound business practices. For conflicts that cannot be resolved early, we help clients through even the most complex, high-stakes disputes with a careful, focused, and strategic approach.

We handle matters on a broad scale of sizes and situations. Our goal is to resolve matters efficiently with the client’s objectives foremost in our thinking. In matters where litigation is necessary, we have the experience, resources, and toughness required. We never lose sight of the fact that while litigation may be necessary, the goal is to obtain the best possible result for our clients with careful consideration of their time and financial situation.

Our litigation practice and its attorneys are recognized as some of the best litigators in their respective fields by such sources as Chambers USA, Best Lawyers in America®, Super Lawyers, and Martindale-Hubbell®.

We have been named “Kentucky Firm of the Year” by Benchmark: Litigation; Litigation Law Firm of the Year in Kentucky by Corporate America;“Go-To Law Firm” for Litigation, American Lawyer Media’s Corporate Counsel magazine; and Competition/Antitrust Law Firm of the Year in Kentucky by Corporate INTL Magazine. We also received a “First Tier” Ranking for Litigation from Chambers USA.

From the outset of a dispute, our litigators work to determine the best result that can be obtained. We develop a rapport with our clients that is focused on positive results and informed decisions. We leverage our wealth of skills and knowledge with each matter, emphasize strategic thinking, and carefully construct well-managed teams that execute tailored, constant consideration for the client.

Our team conducts arbitrations and mediations, tries cases, and counsels clients tactically through matters spanning from investigations to preliminary negotiations to litigations and trials.

Our practice’s experience includes matters involving:

  • Antitrust, Trade Regulation & Franchise
  • Appellate
  • Banking Litigation
  • Business Torts
  • Class Action
  • Construction Law
  • Criminal Law
  • Eminent Domain & Real Estate Litigation
  • Environmental Litigation
  • Equine Litigation
  • Healthcare Litigation
  • Securities Litigation
  • Trust & Estate Litigation

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