During law school, Jeffrey spent his summers clerking for a multinational law firm focusing on complex commercial litigation and general corporate work. Upon graduation from law school, Jeffrey returned home to central Indiana to begin his full-time legal career, first practicing in the areas of commercial and civil litigation at a mid-size law firm. He was recruited to join a real estate development company in a general counsel role, where he handled a broad range of matters including commercial leasing, contract negotiation and drafting, and general corporate work.
Jeffrey eventually returned to private practice to further pursue a career focused on representing individuals and business owners in commercial and civil matters. He collaborates with and counsels his clients throughout the course of their disputes, from initial negotiations, to litigation, through trial when necessary, drawing on his jury and bench trial experience. Jeffrey values the opportunity to look outside the perceived borders of an issue to truly understand each client’s business structure, model and goals.
Gibson v. M & M Service Station Equip. Specialist, Inc., No. 1:06-cv-00861, 2009 WL 899660 (S.D. Ind. Mar. 30, 2009) (employment law).
Publications and Speaking Engagements
Common Issues Arising when the Corporation and its Majority and Minority Shareholders Part Ways ISBA Business Law Newsletter, Spring 2011. April 12, 2011 Authors: Jeffrey Roberts, Alice Morical