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By Mark Overstreet
Fuel adjustment clauses (FAC) have been a feature of electric bills in Kentucky since the 1950s.
By John Scruton
By now you are no doubt familiar with the current college admissions scandal.
By Demetrius Holloway, Rebecca A. Weis
In 1984, the Kentucky Legislature enacted KRS 341.407(3), permitting employers, including corporations and partnerships, to represent themselves or be represented by counsel in administrative
By Shannon Antle Hamilton, Rachel Dix Bishop
Employers with 100 or more employees, and federal contractors who have 50 or more workers and contracts worth $50,000 or more, have until May 31, 2019 to provide the EEOC data regarding the number of employees...
By Alexandra MacKay
The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (the "PTO") has proposed new rules that would require foreign trademark applicants and registrants to engage U.S. attorneys
By Mina N Khalil, Richard Vance
The General Assembly recently passed Senate Bill 114 into law, which reforms Kentucky's recording and notary laws in two significant ways:
By J. Clarke Keller
In recent years, as courts have become more congested and business dealings have grown more complex,
By Sean P. Ritchie
The patent process can be frustrating and often involves a significant investment of time and money.
By Alexandra MacKay
Most marks are either trademarks (used in connection with goods) or service marks (used in connection with services).
By Rebecca A. Weis
In October 2018, the Kentucky Supreme Court issued a far-reaching opinion voiding all Kentucky employer-employee arbitration agreements which were made a condition of an individual's employment.
By Rachel Dix Bishop, Shannon Antle Hamilton, Rebecca A. Weis
The FLSA imposes federal minimum wage and overtime requirements for all non-exempt employees whose employers are covered by the Act.
By Jamie F. Little
Accordingly, the federal court dismissed the Subcontractor's inefficient labor claim on summary judgment.
By William Gorton III
The latest iteration to replace the 2008 Rapanos Guidance and 2015 WOTUS Rule with a satisfactory definition of Waters of the United States was formally presented to the country on February 14, 2019.
By Alexandra MacKay, Mari-Elise Paul
It is weeks away from opening day, yet the United States Supreme Court had its own pre-season double header of sorts this past Monday.
By Steven Henderson, Aaron R. Klein, David Ratterman
In Today's Market, steel fabricators confront complex risks on a daily basis, including project uncertainty and increased market volatility.
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