Aaron is an attorney in the firm’s Louisville office and is a member of the Construction Service Group. His practice focuses on advising owners, contractors, subcontractors, design professionals, and materials suppliers in all phases of the building process. Aaron brings value to clients through concentrated practice in the areas of construction litigation and transactions.
Understanding Statutory and Contractual Duties of Design Professionals and Contractors in Green Construction
Construction Law, HalfMoon Education, Inc., Lexington, KY, March 29, 2019
American Bar Association Young Lawyers Division, Tort Trial and Insurance Practice Committee Newsletter, Summer 2018
Farmington Historic Plantation, Board of Regents (2019-present)
Uspiritus, Buddy Program volunteer
Advisement Board for local non-profit involved in Louisville, Kentucky, addiction services
Prior to joining Stites & Harbison, Aaron practiced with regional civil litigation firms in Kentucky and Tennessee. Aaron is a regular volunteer with local community and youth development organizations. He also serves as an advisor to local nonprofits. Outside of work Aaron enjoys all types of sports and spending time outdoors.
In Today's Market, steel fabricators confront complex risks on a daily basis, including project uncertainty and increased market volatility.
LOUISVILLE, Ky.—Farmington Historic Plantation has elected Stites & Harbison, PLLC attorney Aaron Klein to its Board of Regents.
Offsite construction is trending in the U.S. All one needs to do is perform a quick Google search to see that offsite projects are impacting US markets from coast to coast.
This article is designed to provide you with two unique perspectives of young lawyers at the fall meeting. The first from a first-time attendee and a YLD Ambassador at the Fall Meeting, Aaron Klein.