D. Randall Gibson - Stoll Keenon Ogden PLLC

D. Randall Gibson

Listed in Best Lawyers since 2013
Phone: 502-568-5733

Randy is a Member in Stoll Keenon Ogden's Louisville office. He serves as Chair of the firm's Trusts & Estates Practice. His practice focuses on estate and gift planning, estate administration, charitable planning and estate litigation. Randy has a broad range of experience and he combines his knowledge and technical experience to assist a broad group of individuals, organizations and families in accomplishing their planning goals. Randy is AV® Preeminent™ Peer Review Rated by Martindale-Hubbell® and is listed in The Best Lawyers in America® for his legal accomplishments.

Randy is a member of the Louisville, Kentucky and American Bar Associations, as well as the Estate Planning Council of Louisville. He is a member of Southeast Christian Church. He has served on the Board of Directors for the Metro United Way and the Southern Baptist Seminary Foundation. He is a graduate of the Leadership Louisville Bingham Fellows Program and aids the Alliance Defense Fund. Married with two children, Randy enjoys golf, fly fishing and hiking in his spare time.

Miami UniversityAB 1975University of LouisvilleJ.D. 1978New York UniversityLL.M 1979
Metro United WaySouthern Seminary FoundationOldham County Community FundCrestwood Baptist ChurchAlliance Defense FundUniversity of Louisville Planned Giving Advisory CouncilABA Real Property Trust & Estate SectionPartnership for Philanthropic Planning, KentuckianaAmerican Bar AssociationKentucky Bar AssociationLouisville Bar AssociationEstate Planning Council of Metro Louisville, Inc

Case History

St Ledger v. Commonwealth of Kentucky, Revenue Cabinet — Mr Gibson successfully litigated the highly publicized, landmark United States Supreme Court class action case of St. Ledger v Commonwealth of Kentucky, Revenue Cabinet [granting certiorari, vacating judgment and remanding 912 S.W. 2d 24 (1995) on remand,
942 S.W. 2d 893 (Ky. 1997), which established that the Kentucky intangible tax on stocks and depoists (a tax enacted in 1907) is discriminatory and unconstitutional under the Commerce Clause of the United States Constitution and resulted in refunds to Kentucky
taxpayers of more than $180,000,000.

Office Location

PNC Plaza, Suite 2000
500 West Jefferson Street
Louisville, KY 40202-2828
United States

Practice Areas

Tax Law
Trusts and Estates