Kyle P. Galloway
Founding Partner

Kyle’s focus is commercial real estate, corporate and business transactions, and business law, including documentation for the formation and operation of businesses and non-profits, the purchase and sale of businesses and business interests, and corporate restructuring.

Kyle has over a decade of experience representing commercial and residential developers, lenders, investors, owners, and managers in sophisticated business and commercial real estate transactions. His experience extends to the pre-development process and the representation of developers in the negotiation of construction, construction management, architectural, and engineering contracts, as well as handling property re-zoning and entitlement matters. He also has significant experience in industrial, office and retail leasing transactions.


  • Commercial Real Estate
  • Corporate and Business Transactions
  • Land Use Law


  • N.E. Toussaint & Associates, Ltd. and Commercial Industrial Brokerage Real Estate v. McMahan Group, LLC, et al. (KY Court of Appeals 2013)


  • Louis D. Brandeis School of Law, University of Louisville, J.D., cum laude
  • Law Review: Brandeis Law Review, Member and Editor, 2001 – 2003
  • Colgate University, Hamilton, New York, 1994, B.A., Comparative Religion, cum laude
  • Phi Beta Kappa, With High Honors
  • M. Holmes Hartshorne Memorial Award for Excellence in Religion


  • Duncan Galloway Greenwald, PLLC – December 2016 – present
  • Of counsel Valenti Hanley & Robinson, PLLC – 2008 – 2015
  • Counsel Poe Companies, LLC – 2007 – 2008
  • General Counsel for national real estate development company focused on the legal aspects of hotel, retail, residential, and multi-use projects across several states and in Latin America, including the proposed $500 Million multi-use Museum Plaza project in downtown Louisville, Kentucky, and the proposed $300 Million mixed-use hotel, restaurant, and condo project known as 21C Austin
  • Frost Brown Todd, LLC – 2003 – 2007 Attorney representing a variety of public and privately held businesses of regional and national scope in real estate transactions nationwide Prior to practicing law, Kyle worked as broker of power futures and derivatives


  • U.S. News & World Report Best Lawyers 2021-2022: Land Use, Zoning & Real Estate Law
  • Kentucky Super Lawyers 2013 – 2014
  • Anchorage Middletown Fire & EMS Department Board Chair
  • CCIM, Board Member, Kentucky Chapter
  • International Council of Shopping Centers, Member
  • Kentucky Bar Association, Member
  • Louisville Bar Association, Member
  • March of Dimes, Commercial Reach Awards, Past Chair
  • Anchorage Independent School District Board, Past Chair


  • Federal Regulations Affecting Real Estate – UK/CLE (Co-Author), Kentucky Real Estate Law & Practice, Third Edition, 2007
  • Federal Regulations Affecting Real Estate – UK/CLE (Co-Author), Kentucky Real Estate Law & Practice, Fourth Edition, 2013


  • French