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By Amy L. Miles
Kentucky has adopted the at-will employment doctrine, which provides that an employee who has an employment contract with no express conditions or a definite term may leave or be terminated
By Gerald Wuetcher
Approximately 99 of the 112 water districts in Kentucky pay their commissioners a salary as compensation for their services.
By Sara Johnston
Information contained herein represents legislation passed by the 2018 Kentucky General Assembly in Regular Session
By Sara Johnston
Powers of attorney (POA) are tools that can help individuals plan for both short-term and long-term disability
By Stoll Keenon Ogden PLLC
Most if not all charging order statutes provide that exemption laws appli­cable to the member's interest in the LLC remain available notwithstand­ing the charging order.
By Gerald Wuetcher
Stoll Keenon Ogden PLLC has released a revised version of its Public Service Commission Laws and Regulations and A Compilation of Kentucky Public Utility Laws.
By Douglas F. Brent
After a more than two year proceeding to identify and study supply chain risks to the electric utility industry, on October 18, 2018, the FERC approved a NERC proposal for a new Reliability Standard that addresses...
By Thomas E. Rutledge
In a recent decision from Connecticut, the issue was the status of the executrix of a member vis-a-vis the LLC, a question considered in the context of whether the executrix may or may not seek the judicial dissolution of the LLC.
By Thomas E. Rutledge
In a decision rendered on August 24, 2018, the Kentucky Court of Appeals affirmed a determination that, consequent to the wording of a particular operating agreement, the members in the LLC assumed and are liable to satisfy the LLC's debts and obligations.
By Gerald Wuetcher
As used in KRS 278.010 to 278.450, 278.541 to 278.544, 278.546 to 278.5462, and 278.990, unless the context ...
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
Kentucky employers may need to reconsider how they implement employee arbitration agreements after a Supreme Court of Kentucky decision ...
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.
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