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Gregory A. Stout Partner

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Before joining Reisenfeld & Associates in October, 2009, Mr. Stout served as bankruptcy and litigation counsel in the Cincinnati branch office of a Louisville based law firm, where he focused his time on bankruptcy and creditors’ rights litigation. He has represented debtors and bankruptcy trustees in consumer bankruptcy matters and creditors in both consumer and complex commercial matters. Mr. Stout has also defended consumer practice act violations on behalf of creditors throughout Ohio, Kentucky and West Virginia. Mr. Stout also has experience in litigating commercial and construction litigation disputes.

Practice Areas

Creditor Bankruptcy
Creditors’ Rights
Commercial and Business Litigation
Loss Mitigation


Cincinnati Bar Association
Kentucky State Bar Association
West Virginia Bar Association
American Bankruptcy Law Forum


2002, State of Ohio, U.S. District Courts, Southern and Northern Districts of Ohio
2003, 6th Circuit Court of Appeals
2005, Commonwealth of Kentucky, U.S. District Courts, Eastern and Western Districts
2005, U.S. District Courts, Northern and Southern Districts of Indiana
2006, State of West Virginia, U.S. District Courts, Northern and Southern Districts
2010, State of Indiana
2017, State of Michigan
2017, 4th Circuit Court of Appeals
2017, 7th Circuit Court of Appeals
2018, United States Supreme Court


Gregory lives in a suburb of Cincinnati with his wife and three children. He enjoys hiking, whenever time permits, and the outdoors. He and his wife are also foster parents

Cincinnati Office 3962 Red Bank Road
Cincinnati, OH 45227

Cleveland Office 815 Superior Ave., Suite 1311
Cleveland, OH 44114

Indianapolis Office 9292 N. Meridian St., #208
Indianapolis, IN 46260

Kentucky Office 1212 Bath Ave., #535
Ashland, KY 41101

West Virginia Office 618 10th St. Suite 108
Huntington, WV 25701

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