Kight Law Office, PC is pleased to announce that Attorney Rod Kight has been admitted to the Oregon State Bar.
Rod Kight is an Asheville business lawyer and bankruptcy specialist. He has represented individuals and businesses in over 2300 bankruptcy cases. He is board certified in both Consumer Bankruptcy Law and Business Bankruptcy Law by the North Carolina State Bar Board of Legal Specialization. He is an AV Preeminent Peer Review Rated lawyer by Martindale-Hubbell and has been included in the North Carolina Super Lawyers since 2015. He is one of a small group of North Carolina legal advocates actively focusing on issues facing the burgeoning cannabis and hemp industries and preparing for how they will operate in our state.
A frequent presenter at cannabis and bankruptcy seminars to lawyers and industry professionals, Rod has also authored chapters in “The North Carolina Bankruptcy Practice Manual” (“The Manual”), 6th Ed. (2007) as well as the 7th (most current) edition published in 2012. The Manual is the authoritative source for the practice of bankruptcy law in North Carolina. Rod was also a contributing author to “Best Practices for Filing Chapter 13″, an Aspatore Inside the Minds book, and “Bankruptcy and Financial Restructuring Law 2014: Top Lawyers on Trends and Key Strategies for the Upcoming Year”, an Aspatore Thought Leadership Series book. In the late summer of 2015, Rod’s book “Cannabis Business Law” was released by Aspatore, a Thomson Reuters publisher.
Kight Law Office, founded in 2000, is an Asheville business law firm focusing on the cannabis industry and representation of businesses and individuals in bankruptcy proceedings. Rod accepts referrals in the field of bankruptcy law and actively supports attorneys in matters where bankruptcy or debt restructuring can be beneficial to underlying cases. Rod also accepts referrals on business issues facing the cannabis and hemp industries.