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Ben Crittenden named shareholder at Morgan Pottinger McGarvey

Ben Crittenden

LEXINGTON, Ky. — Ben Crittenden has been named a shareholder at Morgan Pottinger McGarvey, a full-service law firm that represents financial institutions, businesses and individual clients throughout Kentucky and Indiana. 
Crittenden’s practice focuses on banking and administrative law, representing banks and businesses in litigation matters. He was recently recognized by Super Lawyers for excellence in administrative law. 
“Ben’s versatility in banking administrative law is of incredible value to our clients,” said MPM Managing Director Charlie Otten. “He works tirelessly to achieve desired outcomes, and his leadership as a shareholder will certainly have a positive influence on the firm’s future.” 
A skilled litigator, Crittenden routinely represents clients in commercial and business disputes in state and federal court. He also represents clients through all levels of the administrative process, appearing before various regulatory and licensing boards and seeing matters through appeals to all levels of Kentucky’s courts. His comprehensive experience includes matters involving the Board of Tax Appeals, Department of Financial Institutions, Public Service Commission, Transportation Cabinet, Department of Insurance and various professional licensing boards. 
Crittenden attended the University of Kentucky College of Law after earning a bachelor’s degree at Transylvania University. He is a board member of the Kentucky Traumatic Brain Injury Trust Fund.