Dunn Law is committed to helping businesses and individuals tackle their legal hurdles. Jury trials? Complex transactions? Government red tape? Below are some of the ways that I can help you.
Barry works closely with clients to find answers in the face of high stakes lawsuits and disputes. Barry has represented clients at all levels of the state and federal court system and before administrative tribunals. Barry is no stranger to the courtroom, having tried both jury and bench trials. Barry has served as lead counsel to private-sector clients and government officials in matters before Kentucky’s administrative agencies, trial courts, and appellate courts.
Federal, state, and local regulation is everywhere. Want to construct a building? Get a permit. Want to sell medical devices? Comply with a myriad of state and federal laws. Want to sell insurance? There are 56 subtitles in Kentucky's Insurance Code. As the former general counsel of one of Kentucky's lead regulatory agencies, Barry can help you navigate Kentucky's regulatory landscape.
The days of handshake deals and contracts on the back of a napkin are over. Barry can help you navigate the legal landscape from forming your first LLC to selling your business. From contract drafting and review to corporate compliance matters, let Barry help your business mitigate its legal risks.
Most businesses do not need a full-time, in-house lawyer. But, they want someone who knows their business, takes their calls, and is ready to assist when thorny legal issues arise, all the while remaining cost-conscious. Barry serves as outside counsel to several Kentucky-based small businesses. During his government service, Barry was the state's chief attorney on matters involving the regulation of insurance, banks, construction, alcoholic beverages, horse racing, charitable gaming, boxing and wrestling, and professional licensing. Give Barry a call to discuss how he can help your small business.
Employer-employee relations can be one of a business’s major litigation risks. Dunn Law can help your business develop an employee handbook, create employment contracts, and navigate the complex federal, state, and local regulatory schemes that govern employment law.
Appeals often involve nuanced legal questions and issues of first impression in a process far different than that before trial courts. It is not the time to use inexperienced counsel. Barry has served as lead appellate counsel on matters before the United States Supreme Court, Kentucky Supreme Court, and the Kentucky Court of Appeals.