Greg Parsons is a Member of the firm in the Lexington office and a member of the Construction Service Group. Greg's practice area is litigation, with a particular emphasis on representing clients in construction and business disputes. He also drafts and reviews construction contracts and participates in alternative dispute resolution as an advocate and neutral. He has handled litigation and arbitration matters in various jurisdictions, including Kentucky, Tennessee, Ohio, Connecticut, West Virginia, Texas, Georgia, Indiana, and the U. S. Court of Federal Claims in Washington, D.C. Greg is a member of the firm's Management Committee.
More Than Stites & Harbison
Greg currently serves as Chairman of the Inquiry Commission of the Kentucky Bar Association. He is also a member of the KBA’s Budget and Finance Committee and is Chair-Elect of the Board of Directors for The Lexington Forum.
Private Constrcution Arbitration — Won an arbitration award on behalf of a hotel owner against a contractor for negligent misrepresentation regarding the construction budget and recovered substantial cost overruns, despite the fact that parties had a cost-plus contract with no guaranteed maximum price.
Kentucky Land Title Association v KBA — Successfully represented a trade organization in the Kentucky Supreme Court in overturning an unauthorized practice of law opinion relating to real estate closings.
Central Bank and Trust v TBS — Represented a bank at trial resulting in a judgment of approximately $2 million in favor of our client that included an award of compensatory damages and treble damages, plus attorneys fees for claims of fraud, breach of contract, conversion and piercing the corporate veil.
Hospital Contract Dispute — Was trial counsel for a hospital in a complex contract dispute that resulted in our client receiving its requested relief.
Breach of Contract Case — Obtained a $1.7 million judgment on behalf of an investment firm in a breach of contract case.