Oliver completed his undergraduate studies at Georgetown College and obtained his Juris Doctor degree from the University of Louisville. While in law school, he served as a clerk for Judge Ann Bailey Smith, who presides over the 30th Judicial Circuit, Division 13 in Louisville, Kentucky, and gained experience as a law clerk at Abell Attorneys. Upon graduating in 2021, Oliver joined Abell Attorneys as an associate attorney. His primary focus involves representing individuals in claims against companies and governments for federal and state employment law violations, including issues such as hostile work environment, wrongful termination, and discrimination. In addition to employment law, Oliver handles diverse legal matters, such as contract disputes, landlord/tenant issues, and other areas of law. He holds licenses to practice law in the state of Kentucky, as well as in the federal Western and Eastern Districts of Kentucky, and the Southern District of Indiana. Oliver is dedicated to advocating vigorously for the rights of his clients, employing a strategic approach tailored to define their interests and achieve successful outcomes.
Brandon Voelker has been honored to have a career since 1999 that allows him to help people. His practice areas are broad, from drafting a simple will to handling a multi-million dollar class action. As a new attorney, Brandon gained valuable trial experience as an Assistant Kenton County Attorney Fiscal Court. The experience and knowledge, helped in developing a practice for both litigation and municipal law. Prosecutorial experience provides trial experience that no other job or training can compare. As an Assistant County Attorney, Brandon was able to engage in private practice, where he began a legal career focused on helping individuals, including matters such as workers’ compensationbankruptcypersonal injuryfamily law and other types of general litigation. This type of representation continues to this day. In addition to, Brandon has handled numerous class actions and was fortunate enough to be asked by victims in the Erpenbeck Scandal to serve as their counsel. The representation was featured on CNBC’s American Greed. Brandon has always been active in his community, previously serving as a Trustee to his church and was recently honored to be appointed to serve on the Kentucky Employer’s Mutual Insurance Company’s Board of Directors by Governor Bevin. Brandon is married to his loving wife, Caitlin, and they have four children, ranging from 14-4 years of age, with the youngest being the only boy. Brandon grew up in Alexandria, Kentucky, and attended the University of Kentucky for both undergrad and law school. Brandon, Caitlin and the kids, presently reside in Cold Spring, Kentucky, where they are active with their parish, St. Joseph Cold Spring, Church.
Jack concentrates his practice serving individuals and businesses in areas including complex litigation, domestic law, small business law, and municipality law. Additionally, he has significant experience in strategic business planning and consulting as well as dispute resolutions. As a complex litigator and trial attorney, having tried dozens of cases in Ohio and Kentucky, Jack has experience litigating matters on behalf of businesses and individuals. He has been the lead attorney in numerous matters and covering a wide variety of issues including, personal injury; complicated divorces; multi-jurisdictional commercial disputes; contract disputes; construction litigation; shareholder, member, and partner disputes; breach of fiduciary duty, fraud, and other business torts; residential, HUD, and commercial lease litigation; real estate litigation and title disputes; major felony criminal defense; estate litigation including will contests; fire and theft losses, and; environmental and toxic torts. As a small business attorney, Jack serves as general counsel to many small and mid-sized corporations and has extensive experience counseling owners, executives, and officers in all areas of their business, including corporate formation, mergers and acquisitions, dissolution, succession planning, contract formation, government regulation, employment decisions, and property ownership and management.   Jack Gatlin - Attorney and his team standing together at a legal event   Jack currently serves as the Erlanger City Attorney, Dry Ridge City Attorney, Independence City Attorney, and Taylor Mill City Attorney and served in the Grant County Attorneys office for several years and held the position as Grant County Attorney. He has also routinely represented municipalities throughout Kentucky and Ohio on planning and zoning and litigation issues.   Attorney Jack Gatlin celebrates a Cincinnati Bengals game with his family   Jack has received numerous accolades and achievements including being an Ohio and Kentucky Rising Star. He also has received the highest rating of AV from Martindale Hubbell as well as a 10.0 rating from AVVO. Jack is a former Managing Partner of a regional law firm and has formerly served as the Northern Kentucky Bar Association President. He has dedicated himself to the community over his entire career, having served as a board member on the Grant County Tourism Commission; Dry Ridge Soup Kitchen, and Grant County Chamber Vision 2020. Further, he has served as Chairman of the Grant County Joint Industrial Development Authority and Chairman of the Cincinnati Real Estate Cooperative.   Lawyer Jack Gatlin and his Family Celebrate a day in Chicago, IL   Jack was born in the Detroit area and later moved to Louisville Kentucky where he graduated from high school. He graduated both undergraduate and law school from the University of Kentucky and spent his first year of law school at the Detroit College of Law at Michigan State University. At the University of Kentucky, Jack met his wife and law partner, April Gatlin. April and Jack have four children in the Boone County schools and they reside in Union. Jack spends significant free time coaching basketball and football and enjoys spending time with his kids and attending UK sporting events.