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June 04, 2015

Lexington Forum Appoints Greg Parsons to Board of Directors

by Stites & Harbison, PLLC

LEXINGTON, Ky.—The Lexington Forum recently elected Stites & Harbison, PLLC attorney Greg Parsons to its board of directors. Parsons will serve a three-year term. He has been serving on the group’s Program Committee for the past year.

Parsons is Office Executive Member of the Lexington office and a Member (Partner) of the firm based in the Construction Service Group. He is also a member of the firm’s Management Committee. His practice focus is litigation, with a particular emphasis on representing clients in construction and business disputes. Parsons also drafts and reviews construction contracts and participates in alternative dispute resolution as an advocate and neutral. He has handled litigation and arbitration matters in various jurisdictions.

Outside of the firm, Parsons is active in both the Kentucky and American Bar Associations. Within the Kentucky Bar Association, he serves as Chairman of the Inquiry Commission and is a member of the Budget and Finance Committee. Additionally, he is a member of the American Bar Association’s Forum on Construction Law.

Since 1983, the Lexington Forum has served as an open platform for the discussion of local and regional topics. The group is dedicated to the healthy discussion and analysis of community and regional issues that affect people in the Bluegrass through monthly breakfast meetings and annual events such as the Mayor’s State of the City Address & Luncheon. Board members are nominated and elected by a majority vote of the membership. Terms for board members are normally three years.

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