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Greg Jackson understands that litigation can be difficult and sometimes daunting for clients and works hard to achieve the best possible results for his clients while minimizing potential exposure. Greg thrives on examining the details and exploring possible angles to develop the right defense strategy, often with a creative, non-traditional approach. He is a driven lawyer with a strong track record of success. His clients have one thing in common, when they need help, they call Greg. With a thriving litigation practice, Greg defends clients in employment matters, personal injury, premises liability, civil rights violations, commercial and personal transportation, and business contract disputes. 

Greg also represents insurance companies, reviewing policies, providing coverage opinions, and resolving coverage disputes. He regularly litigates coverage issues and bad faith allegations, as well as defends insureds.

Memberships & Awards

The Best Lawyers in America® "Ones to Watch," 2022
Fayette County Bar Association
Kentucky Bar Association
Central Kentucky American Inn of Court
Kentucky Bar Association Leadership Conference, 2019
Articles Editor, Kentucky Journal of Equine Agriculture & Natural Resources Law, 2013-2014

Key Experience

Prepared policies and procedures, employee handbook, employee contracts, including confidentiality and non-compete agreements, and all other necessary documents for company to manage its employees
Defended insurance company in coverage and bad faith litigation involving underlying tort litigation and ensuing contractual indemnification litigation
Obtained summary judgment for a car financing gap waiver administrator against allegations of breach of contract

Work Experience

2020 Steptoe & Johnson PLLC
2014-2020 Landrum & Shouse, LLP
2012-2014 Law Clerk, Landrum & Shouse, LLP

Speaking Engagements

Decker v. Northwest Environmental Defense Center: How Judicial Irresponsibility Saved the Logging Industry, 6 Ky. J. Equine, Agric. & Nat. Resources L. 367, 2014

"Minimizing Damages from Initiation of Suit Through Trial," NBI Seminar 2019