Rose Grasch Camenisch Mains PLLC provides a broad spectrum of legal services to businesses and individuals across the Commonwealth. Recognized as among Kentucky’s most respected and successful attorneys, RGCM provides the caliber of representation of larger national and regional law firms, with exceptional value and client attention. RGCM’s primary goal is the prosperity and well-being of its clients.
RGCM’s primary practice areas are business transactions, commercial real estate, commercial lending, business and commercial litigation, estate planning and estate litigation. RGCM’s clients include publicly traded entities, financial institutions, small businesses, entrepreneurial companies, and individuals.
RGCM prides itself on partnering with its clients to achieve their personal and financial goals in times of both opportunity and crisis. During 2020 the firm has stood side by side with its clients in dealing with unprecedented circumstances and will continue to do so no matter what the future holds.
Rose Grasch Camenisch Mains’ attorneys have been recognized by “Best Lawyers in America” for several years, with many having distinguished ratings of “AV” by Martindale, awarded only to top lawyers based on peer evaluations. The firm has also been selected by U.S News & World Report as one of the Best Law Firms in Kentucky – First Tier for 2020.
Dan M. Rose has been practicing since 1984. He focuses on complex business and investment transactions, commercial lending, and commercial real estate. Al Grasch has more than 30 years of litigation experience in business disputes, business torts, personal injury, employee litigation, and wrongful termination.
Mel Camenisch has been in practice since 1986. His primary focus is on business and commercial matters, both transactional and litigation. Rich Mains has been practicing since 1998. Rich focuses on mergers and acquisitions, financing transactions, securities offerings and compliance, and corporate and business entity law generally.
Melissa Stewart focuses on estate planning, probate, and estate litigation. She enjoys helping families, individuals and family-owned businesses develop estate plans to leave a legacy for the future. In addition, she represents individuals and corporate fiduciaries in navigating the probate system and assists in resolving conflicts that arise after the death of a family member.
Wes Harned represents businesses and individuals in various types of litigation, including general civil, business, commercial, tort, and bankruptcy disputes. H. Derek Hall focuses his practice on representing businesses across multiple industries in mergers and acquisitions, business and investment transactions, business start-up and formation, and commercial real estate and lending transactions. RGCM Members (left to right) Standing: Wes Harned, Mel Camenish, Al Grasch, Dan Rose, Derek Hall Seated: Melissa Stewart, Rich Mains
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