Representing clients throughout Kentucky and Southern Indiana for more than 25 years
Weber & Rose, PSC traces its roots to the former Louisville law firms of Handmaker, Weber and Meyer and Curtis and Rose. These two firms merged in 1981, with Weber & Rose ultimately forming three years later in 1984. Under the guidance of our two founding members, Shelton R. Weber and C. Alex Rose, the firm quickly became a leader in providing litigation services to Louisville-area hospitals, while simultaneously expanding the services we provide to a multitude of new clients. With the addition of former Louisville Bar Association President Darryl Durham in 1996, first as a shareholder and then as chairman of Weber & Rose's Executive Committee, we strengthened our position as a provider of quality legal services to the healthcare and business communities of Kentucky and Southern Indiana. Over the years Weber & Rose has grown into a full-service law firm, offering a wide array of legal services for individuals and corporations. Weber & Rose's principal areas of practice now include -Insurance defense -Medical negligence litigation -Commercial litigation -Products liability -General business and corporate law -Labor and employment law -Commercial and residential real estate development -Lending, workout and foreclosure -Environmental law -Indoor air quality litigation -Bankruptcy and creditors' rights -Appellate practice -Estate planning and probate -Taxation law -Healthcare law
471 West Main Street, Suite 400
Louisville KY 40202
Corporate/Business and General Practice
Weber & Rose provides full corporate and business practice services, with an emphasis on planning and preventive counsel, to its clients. Our clients range from large, publicly-held corporations to small, private businesses engaged in a full spectrum of commercial and industrial activity. Our attorneys provide legal advice, including formation and structuring of the business entity and ongoing legal counsel. Businesses represented by the firm include manufacturing, printing, banking, real estate, and service industries. In addition, the firm has broad experience in mergers and acquisitions, counseling clients in the structuring and negotiation of transactions as well as drafting the operating agreements. Our attorneys regularly advise business clients in negotiating agreements with employees, shareholders, owners, and outside parties, and provide legal advice and services concerning both internal and external controversies including matters involving compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act and state and federal civil rights laws. Weber & Rose's employment law attorneys advise our corporate and business clients on personnel and labor relations issues to explain needed compliance with applicable laws and to promote better employer-employee relations. We also represent management in collective bargaining and other adversarial proceedings involving employees and unions. Our attorneys have represented clients before the National Labor Relations Board and in arbitration and individual employment rights cases.
Landra Blackwell represents clients in a wide variety of business matters. Ms. Blackwell has counseled real estate developers and investors regarding the acquisition, disposition, financing and leasing of commercial projects which include medical, retail, manufacturing and office space. Ms. Blackwell has also counseled business clients in the commercial finance industry, including banks, financial institutions, and borrowers, in matters involving term loans, revolving lines of credit, acquisition financing, construction loans, syndicated loans, asset based loans, mezzanine financing, refinancing, recapitalization and other debt and equity financial arrangements. Ms. Blackwell has also represented buyers and sellers in secondary debt trading transactions. Before practicing law in Kentucky, Ms. Blackwell practiced finance and banking law in Dallas at Patton Boggs and Winstead.
Ms. Blackwell enjoys warm weather, spending time on the beach and going to the horse races. She also enjoys reading, yoga, running, tennis, and has recently picked up golf.
Areas of practice:
University of Louisville, Louis D. Brandeis School of Law
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