W. Robert Meyer
Location: Louisville, KY
Rob Meyer is a Member of the firm and a member of the Real Estate and Creditors’ Rights & Bankruptcy Services groups. His practice focuses on commercial real estate law, creditors’ rights, commercial foreclosure, receiverships, workouts, judgment enforcement, collections, and bankruptcy. He advises businesses and business owners on a wide variety of business and commercial real estate matters. Rob represents national and regional lenders and loan servicers in complex commercial foreclosure and bankruptcy matters in state and federal courts throughout Kentucky and Indiana. He is admitted in Kentucky and Indiana.
Recent News, Articles & Speaking Engagements
- "Indiana court rules that language in contract controls guarantors’ obligations," Stites & Harbison Client Alert, June 6, 2014
- "Keeping Guarantors on the Hook in Indiana and Kentucky," presented April 10, 2014
- "Foreclosing the Right of Redemption in Indiana and Kentucky," presented April 10, 2014
- "Bankruptcy Claims Trading: Mechanics, Strategies, and Ethics," with Brian M. Bennett, presentation to Louisville Bar Association, Louisville Bar Center, Louisville, Ky., June 24, 2011
- "Buttermilk Towne Center: Increased Lender Leverage in Single Asset Chapter 11," Stites & Harbison, PLLC, Client Alert, April 20, 2011
More Than Stites & Harbison
Rob joined Stites & Harbison in 2007 after serving as law clerk to Chief Judge Basil H. Lorch, III, United States Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of Indiana. Prior to his service with the Court, he studied international relations in Chicago (University of Chicago, M.A., History and Theory of International Law, 2003) and London (London School of Economics and Political Science, London, England, Certificate of International Business Strategy and Finance, 2001) and was an economist in the U.S. Census Bureau's Economic Census program. Rob enjoys spending his time away from the firm with his wife and their three boys.