Edward B. Weinberg
Edward B. Weinberg is a Shareholder/Partner with the firm. His practice concentrates in the areas of business and corporate law and planning, including mergers and acquisitions, commercial lending, and real estate and real estate finance.
Mr. Weinberg has an extensive history of civic and charitable leadership, including having been honored to serve as Board Chair of The Home of the Innocents; a Board Member and Chair of the Finance and Audit Committee and Strategic Planning Committee of Jewish Hospital & St. Mary’s Healthcare; President of the Energy and Mineral Law Foundation; Board Chair of the City of Green Spring, Kentucky; Board Chair and General Campaign Chair of the Jewish Community Federation of Louisville; Board Chair of Four Courts Senior Center; and Board Member of The Jewish Hospital & St. Mary’s Foundation.
Mr. Weinberg is acknowledged on the Kentucky Super Lawyers list for his expertise in Business/Corporate, Mergers and Acquisitions and Real Estate, and he recently was recognized by Louisville Magazine as one of Louisville’s “Top Lawyers As Picked by Their Peers” in the specialties of Business Law, Corporate Law, Mergers and Acquisitions, Real Estate Law and Natural Resources Law.
Distinctions and Honors
Order of the Coif, 1971
Michigan Law Review, Associate Editor, 1968 – 1970
Bar and Court Admissions
Kentucky Bar Association, Supreme Court of Kentucky, 1971
United States District Court, Western District of Kentucky, 2009
Lecturer, Bellarmine University MBA, “Legal and Regulatory Environment, Contract Law”, 2015, 2016
“Financing and Company Acquisitions”, The Financial Times, Annual Properties Conference, 2001
“Lending Aspects” – Kentucky Mineral Law Manual, Banks-Baldwin Law Publishing Co., 1986
“Acquisitions” – Coal Law Regulation, Matthew Bender & Co., 1983
“Complexity of Company Acquisitions”, National Lawyers Conference, 1994
“Environmental Consulting Contracts”, Energy and Mineral Law Foundation, Special Institute on Acquiring Properties, 1993
“Environmental Consultant Contracts and Real Property Transactions”, University of Kentucky, Environmental Institute, 1992
“Hazardous Waste in Real Estate Transactions”, CLE – International, 1991
“Special Problems of Financing”, American Law Institute-American Bar Association, Courses of Study, Washington, D.C., 1981
Lecturer, Energy and Mineral Law Foundation, Special Institute on Financing, 1988
Lecturer, University of Kentucky, College of Law, “Buying and Selling Companies”, 1978
Lecturer, University of Kentucky, College of Law, Negotiation and Drafting Loan Agreements, 1981
Lecturer, University of Kentucky, College of Law, Significant Tax Considerations & Related, 1981
Former Member, Editorial Advisory Board, Journal of Natural Resources and Environmental Law, University of Kentucky
Lecturer, University of Kentucky, College of Law, Legal Documentation of Company Acquisitions, 1983
Former Member, Board of Editors & Author, Kentucky Mineral Law Manual, Banks-Baldwin Law Publishing Co.
Associate Editor, Michigan Law Review, 1968-70
Professional and Civic Activities
The Home of the Innocents, Louisville, KY
— Past Board Chair, 2003-2005; Past Chair: Finance Committee and Treasurer; Currently Board Member
Jewish Hospital HealthCare Services, Inc.
— Former Member Board of Trustees; Past Chair: Strategic Planning Committee; Past Chair: Finance and Audit Committee
Jewish Hospital & St. Mary’s Healthcare Foundation, Inc.
— Board Member
American Bar Association (Past Vice Chair of the Coal Committee, Section of Natural Resources, Energy and Environmental Law)
Energy and Mineral Law Foundation
— President, 1989-90
Four Courts, Inc.
— Board Chair, 1996-99
The Temple, Louisville, KY
— President, 1990-92, Trustee
City of Green Spring, KY
— Past Chair of the Board of Trustees
Jewish Community Federation of Louisville
— President, 1993-95
— General Campaign Chair, 1999 and 2000
— Board Chair, 2008-2009
The St. Francis High School
— Board Chair, 1991-92
University of Pennsylvania
— Former Member, Kentucky Secondary School Committee
United States Army Reserve, 1968-1974
The University of Michigan Law School, Ann Arbor, Michigan
— J.D. magna cum laude – 1970
Wharton School of Finance of the University of Pennsylvania
— B.S. Economics – 1967