Grahmn Morgan is a Partner in the firm's Litigation Department. His legal practice focuses on complex business litigation and mineral law litigation. He has represented gas, oil and coal producing clients in various matters throughout the United States. Grahmn's litigation background likewise includes extensive experience handling class action defense, product liability defense, fiduciary duty claims, bankruptcy matters and business disputes in the equine industry.
Grahmn also regularly advises clients in non-litigation matters such as the negotiation and preparation of business contracts and due diligence for business ventures.
Memberships & Affiliations
· Kentucky Bar Association
· Fayette County Bar Association, Executive Board Member, Past President Young Lawyers Section
· Energy and Mineral Foundation
· LexArts, Fundraising Cabinet Member
· Prevent Child Abuse Kentucky, Volunteer and Event Host
· Leukemia and Lymphoma Society
· Junior Achievement, Volunteer Teacher
· God's Pantry
· Peer Review Rated AV in Martindale-Hubbell
· Benchmark Litigation - Future Star
· Lexington Young Professionals - Rising Star
Anonymous Plaintiffs v. Large National Coal Company
Large National Coal Company
Declaratory judgment suit involving claims of breach of contract, fraud, misrepresentation, and tortious interference with contract
James A. Thompson and T.R. Technologies Ky, Inc. v. Edward L. Underwood, Crescent Capital Investments, Inc., et al.
Crescent Capital Investments, Inc.
Defense of breach of contract suit against national investment capital group
United American Energy, LLC v. Arrowhead Enterprises of Kentucky, Inc., PAL Oil Company, LLC, Norman Ledford, Montie Parks and Cornelius Arthur.
United American Energy, LLC
Represented United American Energy in commercial fraud and breach of contract action against various defendants in Fayette County, Kentucky. Received trial verdict in excess of $1.5 million dollars in favor of United American Energy, including an award of punitive damages against the defendants.
Ticona Polymers, Inc. v. Solutia, Inc.
Suit involving claims of breach of contract and breach of duty of good faith and fair dealing
Class Action Plaintiffs v. Credit Company and Law Firm
Defense of class action suit involving alleged violations of the Fair Debt Collection Act
Arch Coal v. Tuco, Inc.
Declaratory judgment for anticipatory breach and repudiation of contract arising out of a dispute over a re-pricing provision in a long term coal supply agreement. The value of the contract was in excess of $100 million.
Former Council Member v. Former Vice-Mayor
Defense of former Vice-Mayor against claims of defamation, tortious interference and abuse of process
Geneva Hager v. Large National Insurance Company
Large National Insurance Company
Defense of suit involving alleged violation of the Kentucky Unfair Claims Settlement Practices Act
July 5, 2012, Predictive Coding Gaining Popularity in Complex Litigation
July 12, 2010, E-Discovery and Litigation Holds: The Ever Increasing Duties Imposed on Litigants
2008, "Kentucky Civil Practice Before Trial: Venue," UK/CLE Book, Third Edition