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Morgan & Pottinger names three new shareholders

Louisville, Ky. – Morgan & Pottinger, P.S.C. is pleased to announce that Thomas Coffey, Taylor Hamilton and Bradley Salyer have been named shareholders of the law firm. Each will take on additional responsibilities in expanding Morgan & Pottinger’s practice areas, including banking and finance law, real estate law and commercial litigation.

Thomas Coffey
Thomas Coffey

Thomas R. Coffey

Coffey’s practice focuses on commercial litigation, employment and labor law, personal injury law and white-collar criminal defense. He attended Notre Dame Law School and has been recognized as a “Kentucky Rising Star” by Super Lawyers® in civil litigation since 2013. He is chairman of the firm’s Litigation Practice Group and is licensed in Kentucky and Pennsylvania.

 

 

Taylor M. Hamilton

Taylor M. Hamilton
Taylor M. Hamilton

Hamilton’s practice focuses on foreclosure, commercial litigation and real estate. He attended the University of Kentucky College of Law and has been recognized as a “Kentucky Rising Star” by Super Lawyers® in real estate law since 2013. He is licensed in Kentucky and Indiana, and he is a member of the firm’s Litigation Practice Group.

 

 

Bradley S. Salyer

Salyer’s practice focuses on banking and finance law, commercial litigation, real estate, bankruptcy and appellate law.

Taylor M. Hamilton
Bradley S. Salyer

He attended the University of Kentucky College of Law and has been recognized as a “Kentucky Rising Star” by Super Lawyers® in business bankruptcy law since 2013.

Salyer leads Morgan & Pottinger’s Bowling Green office, and he was instrumental in the firm’s efforts to open an office there to serve South Central Kentucky clients. He is licensed in Kentucky, Tennessee and Indiana.

Established in 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. The firm has offices in Louisville, Lexington, Bowling Green and Corbin, Ky., and New Albany, Ind.

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