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By Alexandra MacKay
Over the past few days, as I spent time with my sister and her husband, I realized that new parenthood opens the door to a whole new world of brands, and that brands marketing to new parents have some advantages and disadvantages in building up goodwill with new consumers.
By Kenneth Gish, Jr.
On April 11, 2017, the Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit, in Waterkeeper Alliance, et al., v. EPA, vacated a 2008 EPA rule that exempted farms from certain hazardous substance reporting requirements (the "2008 Rule").
By Robin McGuffin, Shannon Antle Hamilton
In a landmark decision, the Seventh Circuit ruled on April 4 that Title VII prohibits employers from discriminating against their employees on the basis of sexual orientation.
By Eric J. Breithaupt
The term "absolute priority rule" does not appear in the Bankruptcy Code. Rather, it is a "creature of law antedating the current Bankruptcy Code." Bank of Am. Nat'l Trust & Sav. Ass'n v. 203 N. LaSalle St. P'ship, 526 U.S. 434, 444 (1999).
By Joel Beres
Why wait more than a week after the Supreme Court issued its March 21 decision in SCA Hygiene Products Aktiebolag et al. v. First Quality Baby Products, LLC, et al. to send a "Breaking News" eAlert? Because the Supreme Court said delay doesn't matter!
By Jennifer J. Cave
At the time of press, the Kentucky General Assembly had completed 28 of its 30 legislative days reserved for the 2017 Regular Session. The General Assembly is currently in Veto Recess, when passed bills go the Governor for review and consideration of veto.
By Rachel Dix Bishop
The Brawny Woman #StrengthHasNoGender
By Mari-Elise Paul
Last week, the U.S. Supreme Court in Star Athletica, L.L.C. v. Varsity Brands, Inc., No. 15-866 (U.S. Mar. 22, 2017), handed Varsity Brands, Inc. a victory, ruling that designs on cheerleading uniforms are eligible for copyright protection.
By Stephen J. Weyer
In a 6-2 decision, the U.S. Supreme Court in Star Athletica, L.L.C. v. VarsityBrands, Inc. proclaimed Varsity Brands' cheerleader uniforms are entitled to copyright protection.
By Chrisandrea Turner
In elementary school, there was always the kid from the back of the line muscling in ahead of others who were patiently waiting their turn for the slide. Known as "the cutter", this kid's goal was to evade taking an orderly turn.
By Robin McGuffin, Dustyn Jones
On March 16, 2017, Governor Bevin signed into law a bill that requires medical malpractice plaintiffs to obtain an opinion from a panel of health care providers regarding the merits of their claims before filing suit in court.
By Melissa Hunter Smith
I must admit it had not even occurred to me that the March Madness season was upon us. As such, you will not find bracket busting tips, upset picks, or predictions in this post.
By Richard Vance
The appeal challenged the validity and priority of the respective liens.
By John Tate, Robin McGuffin
Last month, in State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Co. v. Norcold, Inc., the Sixth Circuit predicted that the Kentucky Supreme Court would decline to extend the "economic loss rule" to consumer transactions.
By Alexandra MacKay
A week ago last Sunday, millions of Americans watched The Oscars. As everyone now knows, "Moonlight" won the best picture award, but only after "La La Land" was first accidentally announced as the winner.
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