By: Dustin Humphrey
In last week’s blog we shared insights on the type of legal advice you should seek when starting a business, but that advice doesn’t end when the business entity is legally established and all prudent agreements are in order.
The attorneys at Skeeters, Bennett, Wilson & Pike are experienced in all matters of business law and provide ongoing legal advice for numerous clients. Our history of success makes our firm a trusted resource in the community.
In fact, earlier this month, Attorney Mike Pike successfully represented a local business on a planning and zoning matter. The Elizabethtown City Council voted 3-1 to rezone around 10 acres owned by Mike’s client from Residential-3 to Residential-6. The vote paves the way for a local contractor to develop a residential storage complex on the property. Of particular benefit in this case was Mike’s experience in municipal law, which helped him navigate the planning and zoning process quickly and effectively for his client.
And because we’re local, when it comes to cases in Hardin, Meade, and the surrounding counties, we understand local process and procedures, which allows us to bring tremendous value to our clients.
This is just one example of the many local business clients to whom we provide legal support every day. Our team is pleased to add yet another case to our list of successes.
Dustin joined the SBW&P team in 2010, coming to us from one of the oldest firms in Cincinnati. He earned his undergraduate degree from Bellarmine University, summa cum laude, and his law degree from the Salmon P. Chase College of Law at Northern Kentucky University, where he graduated cum laude. Dustin’s law practice includes personal injury law, medical malpractice law, business law including corporations, LLCs and business planning, real estate law, probate law, estate planning, employment law, and family law.