Gerald F. Dusing

Very experienced trial attorney and represented a vast array of clients over almost 40 years in all areas of litigation including complex Commercial Litigation, Products Liability, Insurance, Class Actions, Construction Law, Personal Injury, School and Education Law, Zoning, Real Estate Development and Administrative Law, that has included both trial and appellate representation.

Areas of Practice: Civil Litigation, Business Litigation, Insurance, Personal Injury, Government Practice, Commercial Development, School Law, Employment Law.

Commercial Litigation

Mr. Dusing has 40 years experience representing a wide range of businesses, Fortune 500 and closely held, and insurance carriers in federal and state courts. Cases have included valuation disputes, separation disputes, non-competes, executive compensation, commercial contracts, power tool product liability, franchises, class actions and a wide range of insurance defense for auto, truck, fidelity, performance, fire and casualty.

Employment Law

Mr. Dusing represents employers in state and federal courts in all facets of employment law: advising, negotiating and litigating ADA, FMLA, discrimination, termination/retaliation.

Real Estate Development — Zoning and Construction

Mr. Dusing is known as the premier zoning law attorney in the region, representing developers of all types of residential, commercial and industrial developments throughout the numerous local planning agencies and local governments in the Northern Kentucky region. He represents private, institutional and governmental owners, a regional commercial contractor and several regional subcontractor/building product suppliers, negotiating, advising and litigating construction contracts and related matters. – See more at:

Public School Law

Mr. Dusing has represented the third largest public school district in Kentucky for nearly 30 years, involving public employee and professional association (union) disputes, construction, finance, board governance, and general liability matters, including civil rights, Titles Vi, Vii, IX, 1983, as well as matters unique to school law such as Individuals With Disabilities Act and related matters.


  • Thomas More College (1971)
  • University of Kentucky College of Law (1974) (Order of the Coif)

Admitted to Practice

  • Commonwealth of Kentucky
  • United States Supreme Court
  • United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit
  • United States District Court for the Eastern and Western Districts of Kentucky