Thomas J. Keuler


Since 1976, Thomas Keuler has gained knowledge on how to manage any type of banking or commercial transaction while practicing in Paducah. He has provided representation and solid legal services for all types of commercial clients, including real estate developers, local and national banks, maritime and industrial companies, and many other commercial concerns. Tom has proven himself a successful litigator in numerous commercial cases in the state and federal courts in Paducah, including bankruptcy court. He has successfully argued a number of cases before Kentucky’s appellate courts and the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals. A seasoned veteran of the legal system, Tom has processed more than a billion dollars in commercial and banking transactions during his career.


University of Wisconsin, B.S., Magna Cum Laude, 1972
University of Louisville, J.D., 1976

Admitted to Practice

Kentucky, 1976
U.S. District Court, Western District of Kentucky
U.S. Bankruptcy Court, Western District of Kentucky
U.S. Court of Appeals, Sixth Circuit

Professional Associations

Kentucky Bar Association
McCracken County Bar Association

Practice Areas

Administrative Law
Banking Law
Business Bankruptcy
Business Corporation & Partnerships
Contracts & Commercial Transactions
Copyright & Trademark
Insurance Defense
Real Estate Law


Kentucky Bar Foundation, Life Fellow, 2004

Seminars Presented

Supervisory Training for the Western Kentucky Construction Association
Drafting and Interpreting Construction Agreements
Mechanic Liens under Kentucky Law
Revisions to Article 9 of the Uniform Commercial Code
Disclaimer of Warranties under the Uniform Commercial Code
Secured Lenders Issues


Thomas J. Keuler was born in Green Bay, Wisconsin.
He is married to Martie Keuler.  They have two children, Andrew and Lexi.