Business Litigation Attorney in Kentucky

Business Attorneys Who Understand Business.

If your company is facing a complicated dispute with another business, a government entity, or a group of individuals, it can be difficult to make the right decision for your business. Our business litigation attorneys have mitigated disputes and achieved resolution in a variety of industries, and we are prepared to help you attain a solution in a timely and cost-effective manner.

Our ultimate goal is to advance our clients’ interests. We are business owners ourselves, so we understand personally how important it is for a company to make sound decisions when it comes to litigation. We will handle your case with the vigilance and care that we would apply to our own business.

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Business serving in Kentucky and Ohio.
Helped a local business recover over a


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Business Attorneys With Real Results

In the fast-paced world of business, legal expertise is not just an asset—it’s a necessity. At our firm, we understand the intricate dance between law and commerce, and we’re here to ensure that your business thrives amidst any legal challenges. Our team of experienced business attorneys brings a wealth of knowledge and a commitment to protecting your interests. From contract negotiations to dispute resolution, we provide comprehensive legal solutions tailored to your unique needs. With our guidance, you can navigate regulatory complexities with confidence, mitigate risks, and seize opportunities for growth. Let us be your trusted partners in success, empowering your business to flourish in an ever-evolving marketplace.

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Jack Gatlin

Jack Gatlin

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Common Business Litigation Questions

Seeking the advice of an experienced employment lawyer can help individuals understand their rights, evaluate the strength of their case, and navigate the legal process effectively. Additionally, employment lawyers can provide guidance on preventive measures to avoid legal issues in the workplace.

If you have been terminated from a position, and the reason may include discrimination based on factors like race, gender, age, religion, or disability, as well as retaliation for exercising legal rights, reporting illegal activities within the company, or taking protected leaves.

We know this is a stressful time. Losing your position at your work can cause hardship and cause many uncertainties. If you believe you have been discriminated against at your job, consult an attorney immediately to ensure proper steps are taken. It is important how you handle 

Our employment lawyers can assist individuals in navigating employment contracts, whether it involves reviewing the terms of a new job offer or addressing disputes related to an existing employment agreement. These attorneys can provide advice on contractual obligations, non-compete agreements, severance packages, and other contractual matters.

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Review Company Policies

Familiarize yourself with your company’s anti-harassment policies. These policies often outline the procedures for reporting harassment and may provide guidance on how the company handles such complaints.

Know Your Rights

Understand your legal rights regarding workplace harassment. Our team of experienced attorneys at Gatlin Voelker are here to help you through this difficult situation. Give our office a call  to discuss if you can take legal action.



Non-compete agreements typically restrict employees from working for a competitor or starting a similar business for a certain period of time and within a specified geographic area after leaving their current employment. Before signing such an agreement, it’s advisable to carefully review its terms, consider consulting with an attorney on our team to ensure you understand the implications, and assess how it may impact your future career opportunities.