Reed Weitkamp Schell & Vice PLLC offers our business, individual, institutional and public agency clients a broad range of legal services to support, enhance and protect their strategic interests. From our offices in Louisville, Kentucky, RWSV represents a diverse client base across Kentucky, the region and beyond. Many of our lawyers have practiced in large, traditional law firms and bring to RWSV a broad range of experience representing clients from family owned businesses to Fortune 500 companies. We are dedicated to providing all of our clients the highest quality legal service in a timely and efficient manner.
The firm’s five practice areas – Corporate, Litigation, Real Estate, Health Care and Estate Planning – encompass nearly every major area of commercial law, including administrative law, alternative dispute resolution, antitrust and trade regulation, appellate services, bankruptcy, commercial loan documentation, employment law, ERISA and employee benefits, estate planning, probate and trust administration, financial institutions, health care law, insurance, intellectual property litigation and licensing, internet and e-business, insurance, mergers and business acquisitions, natural resources, professional liability, securities, small business and business start-up, tax, torts and product liability, transportation, venture capital funding and white collar criminal defense. RWSV maintains working relationships with Kentucky law firms that provide intellectual property and labor law services, as well as relationships with firms around the United States and in a number of other countries.
RWSV lawyers are leaders in the legal profession and are active in our community. Our lawyers have served as president of the Louisville Bar Association and Kentucky Defense Counsel, Inc. RWSV lawyers have served on various committees of the Kentucky Bar Association and the ABA and have contributed as CLE authors and presenters. We also serve on the boards of civic, charitable and educational organizations such as St. Francis High School, Buckhorn Children’s Foundation, The Louisville Collegiate School, Louisville Urban League, Kentucky Multiple Sclerosis Society, Kentucky Council on Economic Education, Kentucky Authority for Educational Television, Leadership Louisville, Leadership USA, Kentucky YMCA Youth Association, Junior Achievement and Louisville Historic Landmarks and Preservation Districts Commission.