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Middleton Reutlinger Named USLAW Network’s Kentucky Member Firm

February 16, 2020

USLAW NETWORK, Inc., a network of independent law firms with roots in civil litigation, has named Middleton Reutlinger, a Louisville, Kentucky-based firm as its newest member representing Kentucky.  First established in 1854 and continuously maintaining its status as a medium-size law firm for over 165 years, Middleton Reutlinger provides a broad range of legal services for a diverse client base. The firm prides itself on its personal working relationships with its clients.

“We are excited to welcome Libby Gray and her colleagues from Middleton Reutlinger to USLAW NETWORK,” said Dan. L. Longo, chair of USLAW from Murchison & Cumming LLP in Los Angeles. “Middleton Reutlinger’s coverage of the Commonwealth of Kentucky combined with their business litigation and intellectual property leadership will provide USLAW members and their clients with terrific resources who know how to navigate the courts and defend with deep jurisdictional awareness.” In addition to Ms. Gray, Blaine Lewis and Mark Fenzel will serve as primary contacts, but of course, all of Middleton Reutlinger's attorneys are in the network.

Middleton Reutlinger enjoys a strong litigation practice comprised of commercial and insurance litigation plus prestigious intellectual property practices, including 16 registered patent attorneys, as well as a full-service transactional practice.

“We are extremely honored to join USLAW NETWORK that includes so many highly rated and esteemed law firms”, said Gray, the Litigation Practice Chair of Middleton Reutlinger, as well as the primary firm contact for USLAW NETWORK.   “We know our clients will benefit from this collaboration and look forward to developing this relationship.”  USLAW NETWORK firms undergo a rigorous review process to insure outstanding quality of lawyers experienced in commercial and business law, employment and labor law, litigation and other business-related areas of law, and substantial trial experience. 

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