Brown, et. al. v. Kentucky LRC, et. al., EDKY, 2:13-cv-0068 (lead counsel, Kentucky redistricting suit, successfully obtained declaratory and injunctive relief requiring special session of the Kentucky General Assembly to be called);
Russell v. Grimes, 784 F.3d 1037 (6th Cir. 2015) (lead counsel, First Amendment Electioneering case that invalided Kentucky statute);
Winter v. Wolnitzek, 834 F.3d 681 (6th Cir. 2016) (lead counsel, successful First Amendment challenge to Kentucky’s Judicial Canons);
Schickel v. Dilger, 2017 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 86555 (EDKY 2017) (lead counsel, First Amendment challenge to campaign finance and legislative ethics laws); (affirmed, in part, reversed in part in the Sixth Circuit);
Hunter v. Hamilton County, et. al., 1:15-cv-00540 (SDOH 2015) (lead counsel, defense of private attorneys retained by county to represent former judge in wide-ranging civil rights claims against attorneys and judges by that former judge);
USA v. $11,000.00 in United States Currency, 2:14-cv-00125, EDKY 2014 (serve as co-counsel with Institute for Justice attorneys on challenge to civil asset forfeiture by the United States; obtained the funds in question for the client as a resolution to the case and national press shut down civil asset forfeiture in the United States for approximately a year);
Brooksbank v. Koch, 3:16-cv-00668 (jury trial on civil rights case for use of the middle finger towards a Kentucky State Trooper, obtained verdict on 6 of 8 counts against state trooper);
Daly v. Neil, SDOH, 1:18-cv-00346 (lead counsel, Second Amendment challenge to Ohio’s concealed carry requirement for a firearm in a private motor vehicle);
Sweeney v. Crigler, EDKY, 2:19-cv-00046, 2020 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 10541 (obtained permanent injunction in favor of third parties and independent candidates upon challenges to 2019 changes to Kentucky’s ballot access laws);
Kunkel, et. al. v. Northern Kentucky Independent Health District, Boone Circuit Court, 19-CI-357 (currently lead counsel in case that has generated national press involving First Amendment Establishment/Exercise claims, First Amendment retaliation claims, and Kentucky RFRA claims; unsuccessful at temporary injunction claim, remaining claims pending);
Roberts v. Neace, EDKY, 2:20-CV-00054, 2020 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 77987 (obtained preliminary injunction against Governor Beshear’s travel ban in the coronavirus response); Roberts v. Neace, 6th Cir. 20-5465, --- F.3d ---, 2020 U.S. App. LEXIS 14933 (received extraordinary relief of injunction pending appeal, via a published decision, to restore in person church service in the Commonwealth of Kentucky).
Ramsek v. Beshear, EDKY 3:20-CV-0036 (First Amendment challenge to Governor’s ban on mass gatherings as relates to political protests).
Mid-Valley Pipeline Company v. S. J. Louis Construction, Inc., EDKY (defense of company in millions of dollars in claims related to oil spill);
Capannari et al v. Galemmo, SDOH (defense of ponzi scheme victims in clawback claims);
Developers Surety And Indemnity Company v. Brookfield Development Corporation et al. (commercial claims related to breach of bond obligations)
Dietz et al v. Air Transport Services Group, Inc. et al. EDKY (employment case involving claims of sexual harassment);
Maurits v. EDAC Composites, LLC et al, EDKY (employment case involving claims of sexual harassment);
Englemon v. Red Express Delivery Services et al EDKY (employment claims)
Abdellahi v. River Metals Recycling, LLC, Campbell Circuit Court (obtained settlement class action of $1,100,000 for victims of stolen automobiles processed through the Defendant’s recycling facilities);
Clark v. Ford, Hamilton Co. Ohio, CP A165727 (successful defense of clients in a three-week jury trial over $2,500,000 in claims);
American Capital Partners, LLC v. Harris, Hamilton Co. Ohio, CP A141000 (successfully prosecuted claims of breach of fiduciary duty).