Pike Legal Group, PLLC is a regional law firm with offices in the Louisville, Kentucky area. The firm is organized to provide cost-effective client service across multiple states and does not charge for attorney travel time. Owner and manager David A. Pike is personally licensed to practice in Kentucky, Indiana, Ohio, Tennessee, West Virginia, Georgia, Arkansas and Alaska, twelve U.S. District and four U.S. Courts of Appeals for these States, as well as the U.S. Supreme Court. All Pike Legal Group, PLLC attorneys are admitted to practice in three or more states.
The firm's practice is concentrated in the areas of real estate, commercial leasing, administrative law, land use, wireless telecommunications, zoning, regulatory permitting and related litigation.
The Pike Legal Group, PLLC focuses on public service through extensive volunteer participation assisting and leading land use planning and legal education efforts throughout the region, preserving America's wildlife and enhancing diversity in the practice of law. The firm's attorneys are active speakers and teachers. We have presented more than 450 continuing education seminar units in the last nine years on topics that include ethics, due process, community and land use planning, cell tower regulation and zoning issues for members of planning bodies, planning decision makers and attorneys in multiple states.
David A. Pike is the recipient of the Kentucky Chapter of the American Planning Association's Award for outstanding contributions to planning and a Special Appreciation Award for leadership in passage of the nation's first state legislation mandating continuing education for local planning authorities. The Kentucky League of Cities awarded David the first Above & Beyond Award for Educator of the Year citing his leadership in community planning education and quality of presentation.
Pike Legal Group, PLLC clients benefit from our commitment to innovative and efficient client service, and we strive continually to deliver excellence in providing for our clients' needs.