Joining Sandberg Phoenix in 1998, shareholder Keith Price is a member of both the Business and Business Litigation practice groups, where he provides a range of services to companies ranging in size from small start-ups to nationwide corporations and from many diverse industries including real estate, non-profit and health care.
Keith provides general counsel to businesses, assisting with corporate formation and governance and contracts, including the preparation of supply, distribution, licensing, leasing and confidentiality agreements. Additionally, Keith has considerable experience in corporate transactions, regularly negotiating and drafting asset and commercial real estate purchase agreements. He frequently represents lenders in commercial loan documentation and closings and matters of loan enforcement, workouts, receivership, bankruptcy and creditors’ rights. Keith is also trusted to handle mergers and acquisitions for healthcare industry clients and counsel community associations regarding governance, litigation and conflict resolution.
A major focus of Keith’s legal practice is real estate law, including acquisitions and dispositions, development, leasing and financing with emphasis in representing health care clients. He also addresses real estate related issues arising in day-to-day operations within the health care industry.
As a litigator, Keith has represented lending clients in hundreds of cases in Missouri and Illinois, including replevin and loan recovery actions, fraud claims, Regulation B claims, electronic fund transfer claims, mechanic’s lien actions, appointment of receivers and injunctive relief. He has both prosecuted and defended a wide range of business disputes such as employment contracts, supply agreements, creditor’s rights, leases and breach of fiduciary duty.
Keith goes beyond answering the legal questions asked of him to learn the root causes behind current issues facing his clients. By digging deeper and identifying areas for improvement, he provides solutions that address present needs while also preventing future potential issues from arising.
In his free time, Keith enjoys running in Forest Park, walking his two American Eskimo dogs near his home in south St. Louis City and gardening.