Andrew Stosberg helps his clients operate and expand their businesses, resolve disputes, and successfully navigate financial distress. His unique background – combining the skills of a transactional lawyer, litigator, and bankruptcy attorney – allows him to solve complex problems and provide creative and practical guidance to the privately and publicly held businesses he represents.
As outside general counsel to businesses of all sizes, he negotiates contracts, resolves disputes, manages employment matters, and oversees a broad range of other issues. He has an active transactional practice, advising on mergers, acquisitions, and dispositions of companies and other corporate deals. In addition, he litigates corporate disputes, including breach of contract, noncompete covenant violations, landlord-tenant disputes, business partner breakups, and other commercial contract matters.
Andrew is known for his extensive experience in bankruptcy, corporate debt restructuring, and financial insolvency. He regularly guides secured and unsecured creditors, landlords, equipment lessors, Chapter 11 debtors, creditors’ committee representatives, and asset purchasers through complex individual and business bankruptcies. He is Board Certified by the American Board of Certification as a specialist in Business Bankruptcy Law.
Andrew’s clients depend on his pragmatic advice to guide their decisions and resolve their disputes in and out of the courtroom. They appreciate his relentless sense of urgency and optimism, and his candor and common-sense solutions to their business and legal challenges.
Outside of the office, Andrew is a tireless advocate for promoting financial literacy to Kentucky elementary and high school students. He frequently volunteers for Junior Achievement and the Kentucky Bar Foundation’s Credit Abuse Resistance Education (CARE) Program in Louisville, where he talks to high-school juniors and seniors about the importance of budgeting, loans, and basic finance.