Gregory A. Keyser is a veteran of a large regional law firm where he engaged in high-stakes litigation, protecting business clients in proceedings that threatened the business’ continued existence, the livelihood of employees, and in some cases the freedom of managers where criminal charges were made. While at that firm, he was elected to the firm’s Management Committee and managed three firm offices with 21 attorneys.

He has represented businesses ranging from publicly traded Fortune 500 companies, to neighborhood businesses, to individual professionals in a wide spectrum of business disputes in at least 25 states and United States territories. His work has resulted in more than a dozen published legal opinions, in some cases changing the law. In the process, he has counseled clients and lawyers alike in implementing effective litigation strategies and trial skills to prosecute and protect client interests.

The industries that Mr. Keyser has served are diverse, including clients such as newspapers, music publishing companies, entertainers, politicians, radio stations, movie producers, physician groups, eyeglass retailers, law firms, soft drink bottlers, construction companies, riggers, automobile dealers, steel manufacturers, laser manufacturers, public school districts, healthcare facilities, banks, and real estate developers, among others. The subject matter of his representation has been just as varied, including securities fraud, antitrust, business dissolution, corporate governance, unfair competition, administrative proceedings and professional licensure, RICO, fraud, contract enforcement and revocation, business defamation, construction, civil rights, trademark, copyright, professional malpractice, healthcare, labor and employment, banking, ERISA and criminal law.

Mr. Keyser is admitted to practice law before the Federal Court of Claims, the United States District Courts for the Southern and Northern Districts of Ohio, Eastern and Western Districts of Kentucky, and Middle District of Tennessee, and the United States Courts of Appeals for the Fourth, Sixth, Ninth and Tenth Circuits. He is a contributing author to the Sixth Circuit Federal Practice Manual published by Anderson Publishing Company, the Kentucky Corporations Law treatise published by BaldwinBanks, and a self-published instructional booklet for deponents. He is a member of the Potter Stewart Inn of Court, a Fellow in the Academy of Hospitality Industry Attorneys, and a Life Fellow of the Kentucky Bar Foundation. He also teaches classes in Economics and Ethics to candidates for the Master of Business Administration degree at Indiana Wesleyan University.


To better serve its clients, The Keyser Firm has forged relationships with other trusted attorneys with similar large firm backgrounds and complementary expertise to assist in meeting clients’ legal needs. The Keyser Firm regularly associates with attorneys and other professionals who have demonstrated special competence in labor and employment law, tax law, securities and business formation, environmental issues, zoning and land use, and business valuation and lost profit damages.