Corey Dunn is an attorney in the firm's Louisville, Ky., office where his practice focuses on commercial litigation, creditors' rights, civil rights, and employment litigation.
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Prior to joining Stites & Harbison, Corey was an associate with a regional law firm in Indiana. Before earning his J.D. at the Indiana University Maurer School of Law, Corey spent six years in the United States Army during which time he conducted military intelligence operations in Afghanistan and Iraq.
Outside of practicing law, Corey enjoys gardening and spending time with his wife, Alexandra, and their four daughters.
Stites & Harbison attorneys, Brian Pollock, Chrissie Turner and Corey Dunn recently published an article for Thomson Reuters focused on local bankruptcy rules for the Western District of Kentucky.
The law governing the repossession of collateral is similar to Kenny Rogers’ advice in his classic, “The Gambler.” Like the old-time card players in Rogers’ ballad, secured parties who utilize self-help to repossess collateral must know when to walk away . . . and when to run. Indiana, like most states, allows secured parties to use “self-help” to repossess collateral securing a defaulted debt.
LOUISVILLE, Ky.—Stites & Harbison, PLLC welcomes attorney Corey Dunn to the firm’s Louisville, Ky., office.