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By James D. Allen, C. Joseph Beavin, Jeffrey A. Calabrese, Steven T. Clark, Craig C Dilger, Richard G. Griffith, Sharon Mattingly, Amy L. Miles, Elizabeth Muyskens, John O. Sheller, Kif Skidmore, Thomas Williams, Larry Sykes
On August 6, 2019, in the case of Texas v. EEOC, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit held that the Obama-era Equal Employment Opportunity Commission ("EEOC")
By Thomas E. Rutledge
A previous column, after mentioning the provisions of partnership and LLC law which at times enable the expulsion of a partner/member,
By Adam M. Back, Jessica L. Middendorf
Bankruptcy court jurisdiction over Medicare issues is increasingly important given the distressed state of the health care industry and skyrocketing level of bankruptcy filings
By Stacy Kula, Thomas E. Rutledge
In a decision rendered on Wednesday, the United States Supreme Court for the first time in over a decade waded into the question of the degree to which a state may, in regulating its alcoholic beverage industry...
By Thomas E. Rutledge
Last Thursday, the Kentucky Supreme Court issued an opinion addressing whether a waiver, signed by a parent on behalf of a minor child, would be enforceable.
By Stoll Keenon Ogden PLLC
A recent California Supreme Court decision addresses the disclosures required under California law to make a client's advance conflict waiver enforceable.
By Lea Pauley Goff, Emily Pagorski
The U.S. Supreme Court this week issued an important ruling for trademark licensees when their bankrupt licensors
By Stephen Sherman
The public is now painfully aware that Louisville Metro faces a substantial budget deficit.
By James D. Allen, C. Joseph Beavin, Jeffrey A. Calabrese, Steven T. Clark, Allison Cooke, Craig C Dilger, Richard G. Griffith, Sharon Mattingly, Amy L. Miles, Elizabeth Muyskens, John O. Sheller, Kif Skidmore, Thomas Williams
In a surprise opinion issued April 26, the Kentucky Court of Appeals held unconstitutional the Kentucky statute permitting non-lawyers to represent employers in unemployment compensation proceedings.
By Stoll Keenon Ogden PLLC
Under new legislation signed into law by Governor Matt Bevin, many Kentucky employers have enhanced responsibilities to provide reasonable accommodations to pregnant employees.
By Thomas E. Rutledge
In VanWinkle v. Walker, a decision rendered last August, the Kentucky Court of Appeals affirmed a determination that, consequent to the wording of a particular operating agreement,
By Adam C. Reeves
As a law firm, getting hacked is bad enough. But one Pennsylvania law firm learned an even harder lesson when it sued Bank of America to recover client funds stolen by hackers.
By Thomas E. Rutledge
Income and wealth inequality in the U.S. continue to grow, even after the economy has rebounded from the Great Recession.
By Stoll Keenon Ogden PLLC
The bill now heads to the Governor's desk for signature.
By Timothy Eifler, Douglas Romaine, Stephen Sherman, Jennifer Smart
On March 13, 2019 the 2019 Kentucky General Assembly adopted H.B. 354, legislation originally billed as necessary to make corrections to the substantial tax changes ...
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