Brian is a member of the Creditors' Rights & Bankruptcy Service Group working from our Louisville office.
Brian's practice focuses on representation of creditors in bankruptcy court, lender liability matters, commercial and residential foreclosures, defense of avoidance and preference actions, real estate litigation, and commercial litigation. Brian has also represented creditors pursuing derivative claims in bankruptcy. Brian edits and contributes to Creditors' Sidebar, a legal blog focused on bankruptcy and creditors' rights issues.
Proofs of Claim and Adequate Protection
Webinar presented to John Deere, June 19, 2020
Hot Bankruptcy Decisions of 2019
Webinar presented to John Deere, June 10, 2020
Ensuring that Security Agreements and Financing Statements are Valid
Harvey Browne Memorial Presbyterian Church, Trustee
Cedar Ridge Camp, President (2013); former Board Member; Volunteer
Habitat for Humanity, Volunteer
Prior to joining the firm, Brian served as a federal judicial law clerk for the Honorable Thomas H. Fulton of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Western District of Kentucky. Before embarking on his legal career, Brian directed the educational and special events programming at the Filson Historical Society for five years, including the bicentennial commemoration of the Lewis and Clark Expedition.
Brian is an active member of Harvey Browne Presbyterian Church, currently serving on the Board of Trustees. A former President of the Cedar Ridge Camp Board, Brian continues to work with the Camp to further its mission. Brian regularly volunteers with Habitat for Humanity, mainly with the construction crew, building multiple homes a year.
When he and his wife are not enjoying time with their two daughters, Brian likes to work on projects, whether it be construction, landscaping, home maintenance, or woodworking. Brian is an accomplished baker who enjoys celebrating his co-workers’ birthdays with a cheesecake.
Kentucky Super Lawyers®, Rising Star (2018-20)