Kentucky has a well-developed and multifaceted body of law when it comes to natural resources, coal, oil, gas, and timber. When state and federal statutes and regulations are added to the mix, subsequent legal issues are complicated.

Often, the resolution of a case will require knowledge of property law reaching back many years, even to the inception of the Commonwealth. Attorneys in our firm have decades of experience in these matters – ranging from disputes, litigation, and transactional work to administrative and appellate representation.

We work in circuit courts throughout eastern and central Kentucky, as well as all Kentucky federal courts and the Sixth Circuit. Even though the primary issues may concern natural resources, other expertise is vital to effectively handle accompanying procedural and substantive issues. This is evident from the many reported decisions from cases that our attorneys practiced over the years.

Matching desired solutions to complex problems with client needs is also part of the equation. We communicate regularly with our clients, not only to inform them about the progress of their affairs, but also to help them make business decisions throughout the course of the representation. It is crucial when decisions must be made quickly.

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