Mr. Frazier is the Managing Member of the firm, a position he has held for the past 18 years. Mr. Frazier's practice focuses on real estate, bankruptcy, mergers and acquisitions and general corporate practice with special emphasis on mineral and energy law. Mr. Frazier has extensive experience in coal transactions (including leases, permitting, coal sales contracts, asset purchases, equity interest transactions, transportation agreements, overriding royalty agreements, consulting contracts, and contract mining agreements). In addition to his law practice, Mr. Frazier also serves as the Master Commissioner of the Fayette Circuit Court. Prior to being appointed Master Commissioner, Mr. Frazier held the office of Chief Deputy Master Commissioner of the Fayette Circuit Court from 1992-2008. In 2011, Mr. Frazier was appointed by Lexington Vice Mayor Linda Gorton to the Redistricting Committee to examine the 2010 United States Census numbers for Fayette County and recommend new Council District boundary lines based on the new population.
Articles in the National Law Review database by James H. Frazier III