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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, Walter L. Sales, John O. Sheller, Kif Skidmore, Ronald C. Smith, Thomas Williams
The National Labor Relations Board ("NLRB")'s joint-employer standard has recently been in a state of flux ...
By Stoll Keenon Ogden PLLC
Kentucky's Power of Attorney ("POA") laws just received an update.
By Stoll Keenon Ogden PLLC
On June 27, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled in Janus v. AFSCME Council 31 that government employees represented by a union but who are not members cannot be compelled to pay "agency" fees to the union.
By Thomas E. Rutledge
For some 30 years, the Unfinished Business Doctrine, most famously embod¬ied in Jewel v. Boxer, was generally accepted as a proper application of partnership law.
By Douglas F. Brent
It is easier than ever to know where people are. Sharing locations on Facebook, tracking via the Snapchat map, and using the "Find my Friends" feature on the iPhone—everyone wants to publicize where they are.
By Sarah Sloan Reeves, Shannon Bishop Arvin
The European Union's (EU) General Data Protection Regulation (aka GDPR) takes effect on May 25, 2018. GDPR has been characterized as "the most stringent data protection law in the world,"
By Clayton C. Miller
Most public utilities' rates are set by state regulatory commissions. With limited exceptions, once a public utility's base rates have been set...
By Tara A. McGuire
The U.S. Congress kept an anxious corporate sector in suspense over the final weeks of 2017, while efforts by the House and Senate to reach a bipartisan compromise on tax reform left us...
By Timothy Eifler
On April 2, 2018, the General Assembly adopted a free conference committee's compromise report for H.B. 366 which includes substantial changes to the state's tax code.
By Thomas E. Rutledge
Wthin every contract there exist an obligation of good faith and fair dealing. If you don't believe me, believe the Restatement (2nd) of Contracts, which at section 205 provides ...
By Stephen Sherman
Taxpayers with foreign assets not yet disclosed to the IRS have a shrinking window of time within which they can report those assets with reduced penalties.
By Thomas E. Rutledge
Kentucky did not see significant changes to its business entity laws in 2017, but it did see a series of changes that incrementally addressed existing ambiguities ...
By Jennifer Smart
The Kentucky Department of Revenue recently made significant changes regarding taxation of tangible personal property owned by telecommunications companies.
By Lynn Wangerin
2017 was full of emerging technology and data breaches. There is reason to believe that 2018 will be more of the same.
By Stoll Keenon Ogden PLLC
The beginning of a new year presents a perfect opportunity for employers to catch up on trends and changes in laws that impact the workplace.
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