The KY General Assembly has introduced several pieces of legislation - potential changes could be on the horizon

By: Stephen F. Soltis

The KY General Assembly has introduced several pieces of legislationThe Kentucky General Assembly is currently in the midst of its 2018 regular session, and has introduced several pieces of legislation that have the potential to impact the litigation and subrogation landscape in Kentucky.

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The Ever Changing World of Sovereign Immunity

By: James W. Lacy, III

The Ever Changing World of Sovereign Immunity"Despite the frequency of opinions on the subject from this Court, the law of sovereign immunity, and the related doctrines of governmental immunity, official immunity, and qualified official immunity, is still difficult to apply, no doubt in part because of the large number of decisions on the subject.

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Raising the Kentucky Minimum Wage?

By: Erin C. Sammons

Raising the Kentucky Minimum Wage?In an effort to modernize, the Fair Labor Standards Act underwent an overhaul that raised the minimum salary necessary to become exempt from overtime pay. Although the changes have not yet gone into effect due to an injunction in place while the Department of Labor hashes things out in a Texas federal court, the message is clear.

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TOP 10 KY Super Lawyer Achievement Award goes to?

BIG Congratulations to Partner, Pierce W. Hamblin on achieving this career benchmark!

Congratulations Pierce W. Hamblin


TOP 50 KY Super Lawyers!

BIG Congratulations to Partner, John G. McNeill on being recognized as a Top 50 KY Super Lawyer!

Congratulations John G. McNeill


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