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David C. Nalley Partner & Director of Compliance

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Mr. Nalley joined Reisenfeld & Associates in January 2010, initially leading the firm’s Kentucky foreclosure department. Later in 2010, David moved the lead the firm’s multi-state Bankruptcy group.Prior to joining Reisenfeld and Associates, Mr. Nalley was Lead Attorney in the Kentucky office of Clunk, Paisley & Associates, PSC, where he managed the Kentucky foreclosure department.Prior to that, Mr. Nalley handled general litigation matters, both as a sole practitioner, and as a partner at Murphy, Nalley & Associates. In that capacity, he was called on to handle litigation matters and try cases, not only in Ohio and Kentucky, but was requested by clients to appear specifically in matters in Courts in Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Florida, Texas and Georgia.Mr. Nalley began his career in Cincinnati with Mason, Slovin & Schilling, where he handled creditors’ rights matters, foreclosures and representation of creditors in commercial and consumer bankruptcies.Mr. Nalley also authored "Turning a Blind Eye: U.S. Supreme Court Clarifies Sexual Harassment Standard in School Setting," and co-authored "The Recent Supreme Court Decision in Strumpf: The Effect on Bank of Rights of Set-Off in Bankruptcy."

Practice Areas

Creditor Bankruptcy
Creditors Rights
Commercial Litigation


Kentucky Bar Association
Northern Kentucky Bar Association
Ohio State Bar Association
Past Officer, Ohio Creditors' Attorneys Association


1994, State of Ohio, U.S. District Court, Southern District of Ohio
1995, Commonwealth of Kentucky, U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Kentucky
1997, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit
2001, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Court
2011, U.S. District Court, Northern and Southern Indiana


David and his wife, Chrissy, reside in Fort Mitchell, Kentucky with their three children, Taylor, Casey and Ashley. He enjoys spending time with his family, and playing golf. He is also an avid car enthusiast, and enjoys participating and instructing at High Performance Driving Events with The BMW Car Club of America and National Auto Sport Association.

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