Morgan Pottinger McGarvey (MPM) announced today that Keith Larson has joined the firm as a member. Larson will focus primarily on bankruptcy and financial restructuring as part of the firm’s banking and finance law practice group.
Larson will represent secured and unsecured creditors, equity interest holders, bankruptcy trustees, debtors and acquirers of troubled businesses in bankruptcy and workout matters. He has briefed and argued cases in the U.S. Courts of Appeals for the Sixth, Seventh and Eighth Circuit, as well as in state appellate courts, including issues of first impression. Larson has extensive experience litigating adversary proceedings in bankruptcy court.
“Keith is an experienced attorney with a stellar reputation, and we look forward to having him work with our banking and finance clients,” said MPM Managing Director Mindy Sunderland. “We also greatly value Keith’s commitment to the community as president of the Louisville Forum.”
Larson began practicing law in 2011 in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, before moving to Louisville in 2015. While in law school, Larson was a legal intern for Sen. Barbara Mikulski, the longest-serving female senator in history. He graduated with high honors from William & Mary and attended the University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law.