Elisabeth S. Gray is a litigator whose practice focuses on unfair competition, including disclosure of trade secrets and enforcing non-competition and non-solicitation agreements. She has also maintained a high familiarity with eDiscovery and related technology in order to provide defensible eDiscovery solutions for clients, as well as using eDiscovery to the client’s advantage in seeking and obtaining eDiscovery from opposing parties. She has successfully obtained numerous court orders requiring the forensic examination of computers, smart phones, and other electronic devices. Ms. Gray is Adjunct Faculty and teaches an e-Discovery class in the College of Legal Studies at Sullivan University.
She also serves as the Chair of the litigation practice group at Middleton Reutlinger, and is Chair-Elect of the Louisville Bar Association Litigation Section. Because of her vast experience with business litigation, Ms. Gray was selected by the Kentucky Supreme Court to serve on the Business Court Pilot Project beginning in 2019. Ms. Gray has tried several commercial litigation cases through judgment in both jury and bench trials, and has been lead counsel in a number of injunction and other evidentiary hearings.
In addition to her unfair competition practice, Ms. Gray has a range of experience, including IP litigation, complex contractual disputes, real estate litigation, health care litigation, bankruptcy court adversary proceedings, and other general commercial litigation. Ms. Gray has trial experience in state and federal courts, as well as arbitration tribunals including the NASD (now FINRA) and the AAA. Her practice includes appellate work at all levels.