Morgan Pottinger McGarvey is pleased to announce that Keith Larson has been named a shareholder. Larson’s practice focuses primarily on bankruptcy and financial restructuring as part of the firm’s banking and finance law practice group.
Larson represents secured and unsecured creditors, equity interest holders, bankruptcy trustees, debtors and acquirers of troubled businesses in bankruptcy and workout matters. He has extensive experience litigating adversary proceedings in bankruptcy court.
“Keith is a tremendous asset to the firm and the clients we serve,” said MPM Shareholder Charlie Otten. “His client-centered approach fits perfectly within our culture at Morgan Pottinger McGarvey, as does his commitment to serving the community.”
Larson has served on the board of directors for the Louisville Forum since 2017, serving as president from 2021 to 2022. He is also chair of the board of directors for Shively Area Ministries and on the leadership team for the Louisville Chapter of Credit Abuse Resistance Education (CARE).
Larson began practicing law in 2011 in Cedar Rapids, Iowa before moving to Louisville in 2015. He graduated with high honors from William & Mary and attended the University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law.
Established in 1974, Morgan Pottinger McGarvey is a full-service law firm representing large and small financial institutions, businesses and individual clients throughout Kentucky and Indiana.