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David E. Longenecker

David is a Member based in the Lexington office. He is a corporate transactional lawyer whose practice includes experience in mergers and acquisitions, forming and advising closely held companies, corporate governance, Delaware corporations, asset based lending, and general corporate counseling.

He has assisted clients in various industries, most recently completing deals in the financial services and manufacturing sectors.

Recent News, Articles & Speaking Engagements

The Nexus between Securities Law and Equine Law Practices

28th Annual National Conference on Equine Law, Lexington, Kentucky, May 1, 2013

Key Bankruptcy, Collection Law, Lien & Security Interest Issues in the Equine Industry

co-presenter, 25th Annual National Conference on Equine Law, Lexington, Ky., April 28, 2010

Kentucky's Court of Appeals upholds indemnity exclusion

Kentucky Supreme Court rejects shareholder level discounts

Private Company Charged with Securities Law Fraud by SEC

Lesson in Caution: Capital Call Provisions in Operating Agreements

Recent Assignments
Bar Admissions
Kentucky
Firm Leadership

Ethics Committee, Member

Opinions Committee, Member

Audit Letter Response Committee, Member

Memberships
American Bar Association
Kentucky Bar Association, Equine Law Section, Vice President (former Chair)
Fayette County Bar Association
Education
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Client Alerts

Kentucky's Court of Appeals upholds indemnity exclusion

On May 18, 2012, the Kentucky Court of Appeals rendered a decision that is important to every Kentucky entity that maintains insurance coverage for the benefit of its directors and officers. In Lake Cumberland...
by David E. Longenecker June 22, 2012
Client Alerts

Kentucky Supreme Court rejects shareholder level discounts

The recent decision by the Kentucky Supreme Court in Shawnee Telecom Resources, Inc., successor by merger to Shawnee Technology, Inc. v. Kathy Brown establishes important precedent for determining fair value in dissenters’ rights actions...
by David E. Longenecker March 06, 2012
Client Alerts

Private Company Charged with Securities Law Fraud by SEC

The Securities and Exchange Commission’s recent charges against Steifel Laboratories (“Steifel Labs” or the “Company”), and its former controlling stockholder, chairman and CEO, should serve as an important reminder to the owners, directors and...
by David E. Longenecker January 10, 2012
Client Alerts

Lesson in Caution: Capital Call Provisions in Operating Agreements

On August 26, 2010, the Supreme Court of Kentucky issued its decision in Racing Investment Fund 2000, LLC v. Clay Ward Agency, Inc. (Case No. 2007-CA-002282-MR). The decision addressed the question of whether a...
by David E. Longenecker September 24, 2010