Rachel Owsley

Rachel is a transactional attorney in the firm’s Louisville office. She focuses her practice on mergers and acquisitions, ESOP transactions, and general business services. Rachel regularly represents large international and medium-sized businesses across the country in important commercial transactions. She often coordinates obtaining specialized advice necessary to get deals done efficiently and expertly. Rachel has represented clients in complex deals ranging in value from hundreds of thousands to hundreds of millions of dollars.

Recent News, Articles & Speaking Engagements

Is your business in "bad standing" in Kentucky?

Recent Assignments
Bar Admissions
Firm Leadership

Diversity Committee, Member

American Bar Association
Kentucky Bar Association
Louisville Bar Association
ESOP Association
Hispanic National Bar Association
Community Involvement

Maryhurst, Inc., Board of Directors and Corporate Secretary (2012-18)

Before Stites & Harbison

Rachel joined Stites & Harbison in September 2007 after participating in the firm's summer associate program in 2005 and 2006. During college, Rachel studied Spanish and Latin American literature and culture, which led her to volunteer and study in Mexico, Ecuador, and Spain.

More Than Stites & Harbison

In her spare time, Rachel loves to travel and explore new places with her husband and sons.



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Press Releases

Stites & Harbison promotes 15 attorneys in 2016

LOUISVILLE, Ky.—Stites & Harbison, PLLC announced today that 15 attorneys have been promoted within the law firm. Twelve have been elected to membership and three have been elected to Counsel, effective January 2016. The new...
by Stites & Harbison, PLLC January 05, 2016
Client Alerts

Are you a Special Purpose Governmental Entity subject to regulation under House Bill 1?

The Kentucky Auditor of Public Accounts recently described the current legal framework governing special districts as “a muddled morass of more than 50 chapters of law and more than 1,000 individual statutes (some of which are a century old), bizarre classifications, uncertain responsibilities, confusing mandates and the absence of meaningful tools to compel compliance.”

by Rachel Owsley March 28, 2013
Client Alerts

Is your business in "bad standing" in Kentucky?

Recently, the Kentucky Secretary of State announced that almost one in five entities doing business in Kentucky failed to file an annual report––that’s nearly 37,000 entities. The Secretary of State has designated these entities as...
by Rachel Owsley July 16, 2012