Press Releases
February 22, 2019

Aaron Klein Elected to Farmington Historic Plantation Board of Regents

by Stites & Harbison, PLLC

LOUISVILLE, Ky.—Farmington Historic Plantation has elected Stites & Harbison, PLLC attorney Aaron Klein to its Board of Regents.

Farmington Historic Plantation, Louisville’s first historic house museum, is owned by Historic Homes Foundation, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit. Farmington was an early 19th century hemp plantation owned by John and Lucy Speed. John and Lucy Speed’s son, James, was one of Stites & Harbison’s first partners, who later served as U.S. Attorney General for President Abraham Lincoln.

Klein is an attorney in the firm’s Louisville office and is a member of the Construction Service Group. His practice focuses on advising owners, contractors, subcontractors, design professionals, and trade and materials contractors in all phases of the building process. He brings value to clients through experience in both construction litigation and transactional matters.

Outside of the firm, Klein is active in both professional and community organizations. He is a member of the Young Lawyers Division for the Louisville, Kentucky and American Bar Associations. He is also member of the Associated General Contractors of America. Klein is a Buddy Program volunteer for Uspiritus and serves on the Advisement Board for a local non-profit involved in Louisville addiction services.

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