Kroger Gardis & Regas (KGR) attorneys serve the legal needs of central Indiana’s business and financial community, concentrating resources in the commercial law, bankruptcy, real estate, and business law areas from its Indianapolis headquarters. Over the past two decades, the firm has expanded its client services to include the unique and diverse needs of Indiana’s municipalities and political subdivisions. The firm serves the needs of numerous governmental units as both general and special counsel and is also employed to consult with additional political subdivisions and their general counsel on specific or complex matters.
Founded in 1937, KGR’s current team includes Brian Bosma, Greg Cafouros, Ted W. Nolting, and Sydney Steele, who are both engineers as well as lawyers. James Knauer, David Wright, Kevin Koons, Steve Runyan, Stephen J. Peters, John Petr, and Melissa De Groff all who have attained Martindale Hubbell’s AV Preeminent Rating© by their peers.
William Bock enjoys a growing reputation as one of the nation’s premier sports lawyers and is a recipient of the 2014-2015 “Being a Difference” Award, by NASBA Center for the Public Trust. Bill was the lead attorney for the United States Anti-Doping Agency (USADA) in the investigation of the use of performance enhancing drugs by Lance Armstrong. For his work on the Armstrong case Bill was named a 2012 Lawyer of the Year by Law Week Colorado.
Kroger Gardis & Regas is a member of TAGlaw® a worldwide network of independent law firms with more than 140 member firms based in nearly 100 countries. Its 9,000 lawyers work out of 300 offices to provide a full range of legal services to clients all over the world.