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The Kentucky Bankers Association (KBA) has invited John McGarvey to emcee the 124th KBA Annual Conve...
The Lexington Fayette Urban County Government Council has approved Mayor Jim Gray’s recommendation...
P. Branden Gross was appointed to the Fayette County Board of Assessment Appeals by Mayor Jim Gray o...
New Jersey, effective May 11, 2015, adopted non-uniform amendments to Article 9, section 502, that a...
The following article by Morgan & Pottinger\'s P. Branden Gross appeared in Kentucky Land Times, ...

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LAWYERS SERVING BANKS AND FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS FOR 40 YEARS

Serving clients since 1974, Morgan & Pottinger, P.S.C., is a full-service law firm representing large and small financial institutions, businesses, and individual clients throughout Kentucky and Indiana. Our collections and subrogation practices also extend throughout Tennessee and Ohio.

Our firm is equipped to handle all your legal needs in a cost-effective manner. We offer experienced legal counsel that focuses on quality representation while protecting your bottom line.

Contact M&P today to arrange a consultation.

A Tailored Approach to Your Business Needs

M&P's attorneys offer a range of legal services tailored to the needs of financial institutions and businesses, including:

We understand your concerns and your desire to control expenses. We focus on providing you and your company with cost-effective solutions tailored to meet your unique requirements.

General Counsel for Banks and Businesses

We represent banks and other financial institutions. In addition, we offer a full range of corporate counsel services for small and medium businesses, lenders, banks, and finance companies that do not have in-house counsel. Whether you need advice on transactional issues, employment law matters, or assistance with general litigation, we offer sound legal advice to limit your potential liability.

For more information about our firm and legal services for banks, businesses and individuals,contact us online or call our law offices in Louisville (502-589-2780), Lexington (859-253-1900), Bowling Green (270-842-9005) or Southern Indiana (812-946-4386).

LAWYERS SERVING BANKS AND FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS FOR 40 YEARS

Serving clients since 1974, Morgan & Pottinger, P.S.C., is a full-service law firm representing large and small financial institutions, businesses, and individual clients throughout Kentucky and Indiana. Our collections and subrogation practices also extend throughout Tennessee and Ohio.

Our firm is equipped to handle all your legal needs in a cost-effective manner. We offer experienced legal counsel that focuses on quality representation while protecting your bottom line.

Contact M&P today to arrange a consultation.

A Tailored Approach to Your Business Needs

M&P's attorneys offer a range of legal services tailored to the needs of financial institutions and businesses, including:

We understand your concerns and your desire to control expenses. We focus on providing you and your company with cost-effective solutions tailored to meet your unique requirements.

General Counsel for Banks and Businesses

We represent banks and other financial institutions. In addition, we offer a full range of corporate counsel services for small and medium businesses, lenders, banks, and finance companies that do not have in-house counsel. Whether you need advice on transactional issues, employment law matters, or assistance with general litigation, we offer sound legal advice to limit your potential liability.

For more information about our firm and legal services for banks, businesses and individuals,contact us online or call our law offices in Louisville (502-589-2780), Lexington (859-253-1900), Bowling Green (270-842-9005) or Southern Indiana (812-946-4386).

FIRM NEWS

The Kentucky Bankers Association (KBA) has invited John McGarvey to emcee the 124th KBA Annual Conve...
The Lexington Fayette Urban County Government Council has approved Mayor Jim Gray’s recommendation...
P. Branden Gross was appointed to the Fayette County Board of Assessment Appeals by Mayor Jim Gray o...
New Jersey, effective May 11, 2015, adopted non-uniform amendments to Article 9, section 502, that a...
The following article by Morgan & Pottinger\'s P. Branden Gross appeared in Kentucky Land Times, ...

Contact Us Today

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