Chris Rambicure

Chris Rambicure

Location:
Louisville, Kentucky
Phone:
502-509-6962
Email:

Chris splits his time handling complex business litigation in front of state, federal, and bankruptcy courts and putting together a variety of business transactions. As a result of his dual practice, Chris has a great deal of experience and familiarity with the law of Kentucky limited liability companies and Kentucky corporations from both perspectives.

Clients praise Chris for his responsiveness and ability to apply this background and experience to navigate them through their legal needs.

Areas of Practice

  • Appellate & Constitutional Law
  • Complex Commercial & Business Litigation
  • Arbitration & Alternative Dispute Resolution
  • Bankruptcy Litigation
  • Fiduciary & Corporate Governance Litigation
  • Financial Workouts
  • Chapter 11 Bankruptcy Litigation
  • Healthcare
  • Managed Care Litigation

Education

  • University of Kentucky College of Law, Lexington, Kentucky
    • J.D. - 2006
  • University of Kentucky, Lexington, Kentucky
    • B.S. - 2003
    • Major: Computer Science

Representative Cases

  • Representing former directors and officers of a coal company in complex bankruptcy litigation involving allegations of breaches of fiduciary duties and fraudulent conveyances.
  • Prepared and reviewed real estate documents involving hundreds of leases and deeds in connection with a $200,000,000 note offering on behalf of a coal company.
  • Obtained a ruling from a federal district judge confirming that Kentucky courts do not recognize a cause of action for aiding and abetting or conspiracy to commit fraudulent transfers.
  • Prepared organizational documents on behalf of a variety of business entities, including companies in the strength and fitness, mattress, coal, automotive, restaurant, and beverage industries.

Representative Clients

  • Representing former directors and officers of a coal company in complex bankruptcy litigation involving allegations of breaches of fiduciary duties and fraudulent conveyances.
  • Prepared and reviewed real estate documents involving hundreds of leases and deeds in connection with a $200,000,000 note offering on behalf of a coal company.
  • Obtained a ruling from a federal district judge confirming that Kentucky courts do not recognize a cause of action for aiding and abetting or conspiracy to commit fraudulent transfers.
  • Prepared organizational documents on behalf of a variety of business entities, including companies in the strength and fitness, mattress, coal, automotive, restaurant, and beverage industries.

Honors and Awards

  • Kentucky Super Lawyers Rising Star
  • Fayette County Bar Association Pro Bono Program Volunteer Lawyer of the Year

Past Employment Positions

  • Law Clerk, U.S. District Court for Eastern District of Kentucky - 2006-2007
  • Intern/Law Clerk, Kentucky Supreme Court - 2005-2006