Corey T. Gamm joined the law firm in August, 2018 as an associate attorney. Corey practices in many areas of law, with a focus on business and local government representation, civil litigation, and criminal law. Corey’s unique background and experience allows him to serve his clients in a variety of ways. Prior to joining the firm, Corey worked for six years as a solo-practitioner throughout Northern Kentucky. As a business owner and attorney, Corey learned the skills necessary to become an effective advocate and advisor. During his career, Corey also served for over four years as an Assistant Commonwealth’s Attorney and Assistant County Attorney. This career path has given Corey a breadth of experience both inside and outside the courtroom.
Corey is a lifelong resident of Northern Kentucky. He attended St. Henry District High School and graduated from Northern Kentucky University in 2007, where he had been the recipient of the Eva G. Farris Business Scholarship all four years. Corey attended law school at the University of Kentucky College of Law, graduating in 2010. Corey was a member of the Kentucky Law Journal and interned for the Honorable Karen K. Caldwell, US District Judge. After law school, Corey obtained a federal court clerkship with the Honorable Edward B. Atkins, US Magistrate Judge in Pikeville, Kentucky. After returning home in 2012, Corey started his own law practice and began serving as a prosecutor in Boone and Gallatin counties shortly thereafter. Corey now resides in Union with his wife and son.
Corey Gamm represents businesses ranging in size from small start-ups to large corporations. His practice includes business formation, business planning, acquisitions, reorganizations, successions, corporate governance and general corporate transactions. Corey’s passion, however, is helping entrepreneurs start, grow, manage and protect their businesses. Over the course of his career, Corey has worked for entrepreneurs and has been one himself. He understands the complexities and stress associated with starting a business and strives to be more than just an attorney for his clients. Corey takes the success of your business personally and makes it a priority to learn and understand the unique needs of your business.
Corey and the rest of the firm’s Business Representation Team pride themselves on timely and effective legal representation for all of their business clients, no matter the size. Whether you are a sole-proprietor or publicly traded company, we give each client the time and attention necessary to contribute to the growth and protection of their businesses. We collaborate and partner with our clients to craft legal solutions based on their unique circumstances, regardless of the issues faced.
If you are in need of an experienced business attorney and partner, get in touch with Corey today at 859.394.6200 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Corey Gamm has extensive real-world experience both as a real estate attorney and real estate investor. His real estate practice covers the full spectrum of real estate transactions – from acquisitions and due diligence to financing and development. Corey has significant experience representing landlords and tenants, real estate investors, developers and lenders. Representative practice areas include:
- Lease Negotiation and Drafting
- Commercial Real Estate Financing
- Landlord-Tenant Disputes
- Purchase and Sale Agreements
- Drafting Deeds, Easements, Mortgages and other real estate instruments
- Construction Contract Negotiation and Drafting
- Planning and Zoning
- Property Tax Appeals
If you are buying, selling, managing or investing in real estate, contact Corey at 859.394.6200 or email@example.com for trusted and practical legal representation.
From small-claims court to multi-million dollar business disputes, Corey has aggressively represented clients in all types of litigation during his career. Prior to joining Adams, Stepner, Woltermann & Dusing, Corey practiced law as a solo-practitioner in Northern Kentucky for over six years. During that time, he successfully represented clients in matters such as collections, contract disputes, personal injury, insurance defense, foreclosures, construction defects, employment disputes, business torts and judgment collections.
Corey can handle your case from start to finish, including initial investigation, settlement negotiations, discovery, pretrial litigation, and, if necessary, trial. As a former prosecutor and law clerk to a federal judge, Corey is an effective and experienced courtroom attorney. If you need an experienced litigator who will give your case the time and attention it deserves, contact Corey at 859.394.6200 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
A member of the firm’s Government Practice Group, Corey has represented public entities as both an advisor and a litigator. Adams, Stepner, Woltermann & Dusing is renowned throughout the region for providing effective and efficient representation to cities, counties, school districts and other public entities. As legal counsel to numerous government clients, the ASWD Government Practice Group provides consultation, advice, and representation in the following areas and topics:
- Open Records and Open Meetings
- Policy Development
- Ramifications of Proposed Legislative or Administrative Actions
- Public Bidding and Procurement
- Drafting Revised Statutes and Proposed Legislation
- Drafting Ordinances, Regulations, and Interlocal Agreements
- Real Estate Purchase Contracts, Easement Acquisitions and Preparation
- Property Acquisitions, Zoning, Condemnation and Eminent Domain
- Employment Issues
If you need an experienced attorney who will give you time and attention it deserves, contact Corey at 859.394.6200 or email@example.com.
Corey is a former prosecutor with over five years of experience prosecuting everything from minor traffic offenses to serious felonies. Over his career, Corey successfully prosecuted hundreds of cases, including numerous jury trials. Now, as a Member of the firm’s Criminal Defense Practice Group, Corey puts that experience to work defending the firm’s clients in misdemeanor and felony matters throughout Kentucky. Corey knows how prosecutors think and can put that knowledge and experience to work for you. If you or someone you know is facing a criminal charge in Kentucky, contact Corey today for efficient and aggressive legal representation.
In addition to defending criminal charges, Corey helps individuals with prior criminal charges or convictions get their records expunged. A criminal charge or conviction, even one that is decades old, can prevent you from getting a job, obtaining a loan, getting into college or finding housing. Contact Corey to see if you are eligible to have a Kentucky criminal charge or conviction expunged from your record.
If you need an experienced criminal defense attorneys, contact Corey at 859-394-6200 or firstname.lastname@example.org.