He also has extensive experience in personal injury litigation and criminal defense.
Richard regularly assists individuals and businesses with preparing franchise agreements, drafting general business contracts, licensing agreements, and asset purchase agreements. He has also served as a State Prosecutor in Indiana, and as an advisor to a national non-profit corporation in Washington, D. James’ practice focuses on litigation, with an emphasis on construction law, employment law, civil rights, and professional liability.
He counsels clients on risk management and quality assurance matters.
It houses over 2,000 animals spanning 500 species from around the world.
Located in Avondale, the zoo covers 65 acres in the heart of the city and is famous for its breeding programs, which have included the successful breeding of California sea lions, Sumatran Rhinoceros, Malayan tigers and the rare bonobo, a pygmy chimpanzee and endangered species of ape.
When not working, Richard is a “foodie” and enjoys trying out new local restaurants. Beginning with his federal courtship, James has substantial experience with federal court cases, at the trial court and appellate levels.
Ryan practices in general civil litigation, with an emphasis on federal court practice and insurance defense. Bunning in the Eastern District of Kentucky, and to U. James is often called upon within the office and by referring counsel to prepare and argue appellate briefs.