Geoff White has been named member-in-charge of Frost Brown Todd’s Louisville office. White succeeds John McCall, who has led the office and run several significant initiatives in Louisville since returning to the firm after 18 years as General Counsel at LG&E.
“We are grateful for John’s many contributions to the firm and for his strong leadership. Likewise, we are very pleased that Geoff has accepted the responsibility of leading the office while also continuing to serve as the head of our Real Estate Service Team,” says John Crockett, FBT Chairman.
White joined Frost Brown Todd in 2008 and represents lenders, loan servicers, borrowers, investors, developers and managers in work related to commercial real estate and health care properties. His practice focuses on commercial real estate finance transactions, where he has represented both lenders and borrowers on life insurance, CMBS, agency and portfolio loan transactions totaling billions of dollars and for properties in 41 states. He was also one of only 40 lawyers in the country to be elected to the American College of Real Estate Lawyers (ACREL) in 2014. He recently completed his term as the Chair of the Real Estate Section of the Louisville Bar Association.
White is active in the Louisville community through numerous organizations. He is a former President of the board of directors of Young Professionals Association of Louisville (YPAL). He has also served as a board member for organizations such as Greater Louisville Inc. (GLI), Leadership Louisville Center, the Louisville Energy Alliance, and YPAL Cares. He is a founding member of the American Red Cross Louisville Chapter of Crossing Generations Society. He was recognized as an honoree in the 16th class of “Forty under 40” by Louisville Business First in 2009 and has been listed in Chambers USA®, Kentucky Super Lawyers®, and Best Lawyers in America®. He is also AV® Rated with Martindale-Hubbell®. White received his J.D. from the University of Michigan Law School in 2003 and graduated with a B.A. in history and political science from Mary Washington College in 2000.