- Banking, Lending and Finance
- Civil Investigations
- Commercial and Business Litigation
- Commercial Lending
- Construction Law
- Criminal Defense
- Criminal Investigations
- Employment Law for Employers
- Employment Litigation
- Estate and Trust Litigation
- Insurance Defense
- Product Liability Litigation
- Real Estate Law
- Trucking & Commercial Transportation
Meeting demand for client-centric legal services, the McBrayer law firm kicks off 2017 with expansion.
Jason Morgan has moved into the role of Member, a partnership role in McBrayer, McGinnis, Leslie & Kirkland, PLLC. Jason joined McBrayer in 2012 after working as a trial attorney with Freund, Freeze & Arnold in Cincinnati. A key part of McBrayer’s Litigation team based in the firm's Lexington office, Jason’s practice focuses on general liability, construction, guardianship, estate, trust, and commercial litigation. Having worked in varied industries including real estate development, insurance, and restaurants, Jason brings a unique perspective to serving his clients and to the firm.
Additionally, McBrayer welcomes three new attorneys to the Lexington team:
Jason Hollon, who joins the McBrayer Litigation team, brings two years of experience as a law clerk to the Honorable Hanly A. Ingram, United States Magistrate Judge for the Eastern District of Kentucky.
Lindsey Anderson joins McBrayer’s Corporate Law team, specializing in Banking, Lending and Finance and Commercial Lending. Both Jason and Lindsey are graduates of the University of Kentucky College of Law.
Bethany Atkins Rice also joins the McBrayer team in the Estate Planning group. Bethany previously worked as Assistant General Counsel for the Finance and Administration Cabinet, handling complex tax issues for the Cabinet's Department of Revenue both at the administrative level and in litigation before the Kentucky Board of Tax Appeals (now the Kentucky Claims Commission), the circuit courts, the Kentucky Court of Appeals, and the Kentucky Supreme Court. Bethany, who has an LL.M. in Taxation, joins a number of experienced team members at McBrayer, including Cecil Dunn, former Chair of the Kentucky Board of Tax Appeals and Nick Eusanio, who practiced tax controversy and litigation at a boutique law firm in Columbus, Ohio and provided tax consulting services with PricewaterhouseCoopers before joining McBrayer, and also has an LL.M. in Taxation. This team adds to the firm’s significant and varied experience in tax matters.