Morgan & Pottinger, P.S.C. announced today that Ben Crittenden has joined the firm as of counsel. Crittenden, a leader in administrative and regulatory law, will support several of the firm’s practice areas, including commercial litigation, appellate law and government and regulatory litigation. He has more than a decade of experience representing businesses and individuals in matters before state and local government agencies at one of the largest law firms in Kentucky.
Crittenden has represented clients through all levels of the administrative process, appearing before various regulatory and licensing boards and seeing matters through appeals to all levels of Kentucky’s courts. His comprehensive experience includes matters involving the Board of Tax Appeals, Public Service Commission, Department of Financial Institutions, Public Service Commission, Transportation Cabinet, Department of Insurance and various professional licensing boards.
“Ben’s depth of knowledge in government and regulatory matters will be of great value to our clients,” said John McGarvey, Morgan & Pottinger shareholder and chairman of the firm’s executive committee. “Our legal team draws on a wide range of experiences to provide the highest quality service to our clients. Ben will make an excellent addition to the firm.”
Crittenden is often called upon to advise clients regarding issues of constitutional, statutory and regulatory interpretation. He also represents clients in commercial and business disputes. He attended University of Kentucky College of Law after earning a bachelor’s degree at Transylvania University.