Providing Insightful, Impactful Representation In Civil Litigation

As a leading business and transactional firm, our services also extend to providing our clients with the experience and knowledge necessary to succeed in any form of business  or personal litigation.

Our litigation practice involves representing plaintiffs and defendants in all manner of disputes, including:

  • Contractual claims, including breach of contract
  • Business torts
  • Leasing disputes
  • Shareholder disputes
  • Employment litigation
  • Wrongful termination
  • Medical and professional negligence
  • Nursing home litigation

Our attorneys have extensive experience in both federal and state courts throughout Kentucky, and have participated in arbitrations, mediations and administrative proceedings. With this experience, we are able to identify and implement powerful solutions that achieve our clients' goals, both in the short and long term.

Helping Clients Achieve Favorable Resolutions

As seasoned lawyers that have handled a variety of complex transactions, our attorneys have long leveraged their understanding of our clients' businesses and their objectives to pursue the best possible resolutions.

While we understand that not all disputes should or need to go to trial, we have both the experience and training necessary to carry each case to verdict if it's in the best interests our client.

As a boutique law firm, we are also able to provide each case with the attention it deserves. Many of our attorneys come from large and well-respected law firms, and they bring with them the discipline necessary to live up to expectations. However, at Rose Grasch Camenisch Mains PLLC, our clients also receive undivided attention and care from our attorneys, who are able to provide a more hands-on approach.

Schedule A Consultation

Contact one of our attorneys to delve into further detail on your dispute or case in question. To speak to one of our attorney today, contact our Lexington, Kentucky, office at 859-721-2100 or complete our contact form.