Greg Ehrhard advises clients in many areas of commercial real estate law, including zoning/land use, leasing, lending and condominium development. Greg is the Service Group Leader for the firm's Real Estate & Banking Service Group.
Case Law and Legislative Update
Kentucky's New Brownfield Law: A New Approach for Property Acquisition and Redevelopment
Issues in Environmental Performance: From Brownfields to Green Buildings
Commercial Real Estate Financing
12th Biennial Real Estate Law & Practice Institute
Real Estate Case Law and Legislative Update
The Kentucky Condominium Act
Drafting Commercial Real Estate Leases: The Ins and Outs of Protecting Your Interests
Commercial Real Estate Financing in Kentucky
Kentucky Foreclosure and Related Bankruptcy and Title Issues
Kentucky Real Estate Title Law: Problems and Solutions
Real Estate & Banking Service Group, Leader
Opinions Committee, Member
Greater Louisville Medical Society Foundation, Board of Trustees
March of Dimes REACH Award, Sponsorship Committee
The Cabbage Patch Settlement House, Board of Directors
Greg is a member of the Board of Trustees for the Greater Louisville Medical Society Foundation, is on the board of directors for The Cabbage Patch Settlement House, and is on the Sponsorship Committee for the March of Dimes REACH Award. He is also a member of the Leadership Louisville 2011 Bingham Fellows class. Greg enjoys the great outdoors, especially hiking and camping.
Best Lawyers in America®, Real Estate Law (2009-19)
Kentucky Super Lawyers®, Rising Star (2015)
Chambers USA, "America's Leading Lawyers for Business," Real Estate (2008-18)
Louisville Magazine Top Lawyers (2016)
. . . ability to 'take the initiative' on matters . . . excellent communication skills and responsiveness.
. . . is outstanding on all fronts.
. . . dedicated to providing the best possible service to his clients . . .
. . . making a name for himself as a talented attorney.
. . . a knowledgeable resource . . .
On April 11, 2012, Governor Steve Beshear signed into law House Bill 433, and in doing so took Kentucky's condominium laws a step closer towards clarity and towards uniformity with the laws of many other states.