Mary Elisabeth Naumann|
175 East Main Street
Lexington, KY 40507
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Mary Elisabeth Naumann is a Member in the Lexington, Kentucky, office of Jackson Kelly PLLC. Ms. Naumann's practice is focused on business and commercial law in both state and federal courts, with primary concentration in bankruptcy law and creditor's rights, equine law, business law, and commercial transactions.
Ms. Naumann's equine law practice includes the purchase and syndication of stallions, preparing stallion service agreements of all types, protection of accounts receivables both in and out of bankruptcy, and federal and state litigation and arbitration of claims affecting stallion syndicates.
Through Ms. Naumann's background in the coal industry, she has represented creditors and debtors in large Chapter 11 cases, as well as Chapter 7 and 13 cases, including purchases and sales of assets. Her bankruptcy practice also includes the defense of preference actions and the defense of bankruptcy fiduciaries in litigation stemming from their actions in bankruptcy proceedings.
Ms. Naumann is also involved in general commercial transactions and prosecution and defense of cases involving commercial entities and claims. Due to her experience working in the federal appellate court system, she also enjoys prosecuting and defending all types of appeals. Ms. Naumann is licensed in the state of Kentucky and is admitted to practice before the Fourth and Sixth Circuit Courts of Appeals and in the Eastern and Western Districts of Kentucky.
Ms. Naumann graduated from Centre College in Danville, Kentucky, in 1995 with a Bachelor of Arts in history and received her Juris Doctor in 1999, magna cum laude and Order of the Coif, from Washington and Lee University School of Law in Lexington, Virginia. At Washington and Lee, she served both as a staff writer and as an articles editor on the Law Review. In 1999, she also published an article on the community caretaker doctrine in the American Journal of Criminal Law. After graduating from Washington and Lee, she served as a judicial clerk to the Honorable H. Emory Widener, Jr., in the United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit. While clerking for Judge Widener in Abingdon and Richmond, Virginia, Ms. Naumann indulged her penchant for criminal and constitutional law.