The President-Elect of the Kentucky Bar Association has appointed ASWD Partner Lee Metzger to the 2019-2020 KBA Budget & Finance Committee. Under the Rules of the Supreme Court of Kentucky, the KBA’s annual budget must be prepared by a committee composed of the KBA President-Elect, the KBA Vice-President, two members of the Board of Governors, […]
Adams Stepner Associate Attorney, Olivia Amlung, was recently published in the Kentucky Defense Counsel’s spring/summer edition of Common Defense magazine. Common Defense is circulated state-wide to various attorneys practicing primarily in civil defense. Her article, Biometrics and the Constitution: Exploring How the Development of Technology Impacts our Civil Liberties, evaluates how features such as FaceID […]
Jeff Mando and Dan Linneman, both members of the Firm’s Local Government and Litigation practice groups, recently secured a victory at the Kentucky Court of Appeals vacating a trial court judgment in the case Abraham v. City of Nicholasville Police Department, et al.
In the case, Nicholasville Police Officer Burke Rhoads died as a result of […]
A recent, significant change to Kentucky law means there are no longer limits to the number of “quota” retail drink licenses that may be issued in each county. This change will significantly increase the number and types of businesses eligible for a liquor license.
Historically, the Kentucky Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control, through administrative regulations, limited […]
Jeff Mando and Claire Parsons, both Members of the Firm’s Local Government and Litigation practice groups, recently secured summary judgment in Senters v. Boyd County. The Plaintiff, Julia Senters, claimed that deputies from Boyd County Sheriff’s Department used excessive force during her arrest that occurred while the deputies investigated an assault at her home. Though […]
Adams Stepner Member Stacey Graus recently obtained a large settlement for a personal injury claim involving a complex psychological diagnosis. Mr. Graus’ client suffered from conversion disorder as a result of a concussion received in a vehicular collision. Conversion disorder is a neurological disorder in which an individual’s symptoms cannot be explained by standard medical […]
Last week, Adams Stepner Member, Claire E. Parsons, recently won the “Pick of the Week” Award from SmallLaw, a division of TehcnoLawyer for a blog post that she wrote for Ms. JD’s Writers in Residence program. As the winner of the “Pick of the Week” award, Claire’s blog, “The Introvert Lawyer’s Guide to Networking”, was […]
Adams Stepner Attorneys and members of the School Law practice group, Claire E. Parsons and Mary Ann Stewart, were featured presenters at National Business Institute’s “Special Education Law: The Ultimate Guide” seminar in Covington, Kentucky on May 14, 2018. In the morning, Claire presented an overview and analysis of two new United States Supreme Court precedents in the […]
Adams, Stepner, Woltermann & Dusing again participated in the Legal Food Frenzy, the Kentucky Bar Association’s annual food drive competition to support the members of the Kentucky Association of Food Banks. The campaign was sponsored by the KBA’s Young Lawyer’s Division.
Over 700,000 Kentuckians, including more than 200,000 children, struggle with hunger. Yet only 1 in […]
The ASWD School Law Practice group secured summary judgment for their client, Newport Independent Public Schools, in an employment case involving a teacher. Partners, Mary Ann Stewart and Claire E. Parsons led the defense, while Associates Bryce Rhoades and Paul Wischer assisted with briefing. The Plaintiff, Jessica Cope, had applied for two positions with the […]