Matt has been a member in Stoll Keenon Ogden's Louisville office for more than a decade, practicing in state and federal courts on matters pertaining to complex commercial and contractual disputes, bankruptcy, foreclosures, and debt collection issues.
Finding the right tactical approach to a challenge is just one way Matt works to achieve his clients' goals. He is dedicated to SKO’s commitment to outstanding service and aims to handle matters in the most efficient and cost-effective manner possible. This is supported by his role with SKO’s internal technology group to implement new tools and processes that help the firm deliver value to clients.
For his many legal achievements, Matt has been recognized as a Rising Star by Kentucky Super Lawyers®. In the local community, he has demonstrated leadership through his involvement with the Fund for the Arts and several other charitable endeavors.
Business Litigation: Matt works strategically toward obtaining the best outcomes for clients facing business, contract, and property disputes, with particular concentration on creditor-debtor relations.
Banking Litigation: Representing both lenders and borrowers, Matt provides counsel on commercial collection and foreclosure, as well as personal guaranty enforcement and defense.
Bankruptcy & Financial Restructuring: Matt’s practice concentrates primarily on litigation and issue resolution regarding debt collection and insolvency actions.
Small Business Services: As an advocate for local businesses and entrepreneurial ventures, Matt offers a range of services specifically tailored to help businesses get established and plan financially for the future.
|IN||Active In Good Standing||2013||07/03/2022|
|KY||Authorized to Practice Law||2007||06/21/2022|
|Award name||Grantor||Date Granted|
|Forty under 40||Business First||2012|
|Member||Stoll Keenon Ogden PLLC||2007 - Present|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|Fund for the Arts||Board Member||2012 - 2017|
|Legal Blog||Kentuckiana Bankruptcy Opinions||2014|
|Louisville Bar Briefs||Contract Termination Rights||2009|
|Brandeis Law Journal||Using Products Liability Law in the Grokster File-Sharing Scenario: Why the Sony Rule Should be Refined||2006|
|Louis D. Brandeis School of Law at the University of Louisville||JD - Juris Doctor||2007|
|Bankruptcy CLE||Bankruptcy Update for Utility Counsel||2011|
|Lorman Bankruptcy CLE||Priority of Claims in Bankruptcy||2010|
|Bankruptcy CLE||Bankruptcy Update for Utility Counsel, Forward Contracts and Agreements in Bankruptcy||2010|
|Bankruptcy CLE||2009 Bankruptcy Case Law Update||2009|
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