D. Craig Lamb

(502) 589-4440



D. Craig Lamb is an Associate with Goldberg Simpson. His focus includes representing businesses who wish to engage Student Athletes, and advocating for the Student Athletes themselves, by helping to navigate Name, Image, and Likeness (NIL) agreements and negotiations pursuant to the evolving NIL rules and regulations. Mr. Lamb also focuses on commercial and business litigation, general civil litigation, private equity, venture capital, start-up ventures, corporate formations, and complex coverage and compliance matters for various insurance clients.

A graduate of Murray State University, Craig earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Political Science and Government in 2018. While at Murray State, he was selected as the Greek Man of the Year in 2016 and the Student Organization President of the Year in 2017. He earned his law degree magna cum laude from the University of Louisville Brandeis School of Law and was selected for the Law Review.

Craig is a past board member of the Louisville Innovation Challenge and is also commissioned as a member of The Honorable Order of Kentucky Colonels. When not studying or working, Craig enjoys traveling, exercising, and collecting bourbon.


University of Louisville Brandeis School of Law, J.D., 2021, magna cum laude

Murray State University, B.S., Political Science and Government, 2018


Kentucky (2021)

Indiana (2022)

Tennessee (2022)

U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Kentucky

U.S. District Court, Western District of Kentucky


Kentucky Bar Association

Indiana Bar Association

Tennessee Bar Association

Louisville Bar Association

Kentucky Defense Counsel

Defense Research Institute (DRI)

Young Professionals Association of Louisville


Craig works with multiple practice areas at Goldberg Simpson.

The Business Litigation practice area which provides all manner of legal representation in business disputes, including shareholder relationship disputes, partnership disputes and other dispute resolution in Louisville, Lexington, Frankfort, Bowling Green and Owensboro, Kentucky, as well as in all Kentucky cities. This area has represented companies with respect to civil and criminal anti-trust investigations on both the state and federal levels. They have also represented businesses that are attempting to enforce rights against employees. Learn more

The Corporate Law practice area helps individuals and businesses establish and protect business interests while planning for their future growth. Their business planning and management lawyers offer all services necessary for the establishment, growth, financing and succession planning of any size or type of business from sole proprietorships and family businesses to corporations. Learn more

The Construction Practice Group offers a complete spectrum of legal services to the industry. Attorneys in this practice group have been professionally trained and certified as construction arbitrators and construction mediators in addition to maintaining traditional litigation and arbitration practices. They endeavors to use all forms of alternative dispute resolution to bring rapid closure to construction related disputes without getting bogged down in the delay and expense of a trial. Learn more

The Insurance Law Defense Group concentrates efforts on Tort Defense, Claims Defense, and Coverage Analysis and Litigation. It also has extensive experience in claims litigation and settlement — specifically in mediating and litigating motor vehicle, premises, product, food and restaurant, trucking, transportation, industrial, construction, environmental, and other general liability claims. This includes analysis and litigation of both coverage and bad faith issues in Kentucky. Learn more

Healthcare Licensure Defense helps protect your license and maximize your professional career. Learn more


Defense Research Institute, YLD Steering Committee Member; SCOTUS Swearing in Committee Member (’22-’23)

Young Professionals Association of Louisville, Foundation Committee Co-Chairman (2022)