Contributor Page
Stoll Keenon Ogden PLLC
 
Email  |  Website  |  Articles
Contact Details
Tel: +1 502 5604276
Fax: +1 502 6278739
500 W. Jefferson Street
2000 PNC Plaza
Louisville
Kentucky
KY 40202-2828
United States
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.
By Stephen Sherman
Alimony and spousal maintenance have become a staple of most divorce proceedings.
By Hannah Dill, Joseph Colvin
The holidays are a time for joy and celebration. During the festivities, it is easy to lose sight of important aspects related to estate and business planning. However, taking time to organize your affairs can be one of nicest gifts you can give your family.
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, provided additional clarity...
By Stephen Sherman
Tax filing deadlines may be months away, but all of your tax decisions should be made by December 31. With the end of the year fast approaching, you should plan your tax strategy now, before it's too late.
By Stoll Keenon Ogden PLLC
If participant loans are permitted by the terms of an employer's qualified retirement plan, such loans must comply with restrictions outlined in the tax code.
By Thomas E. Rutledge
As a general proposition, LLCs organized in any of the states may engage in any lawful business or activity.
By Thomas E. Rutledge
One of the perceived benefits of the LLC form is the flexibility that exist with respect to inter se management structure.
By Thomas E. Rutledge
The Kentucky assumed name statute was significantly revised in 2006 with the objectives of: (a) ordering and rationalizing the "real names"
By Timothy Eifler, Stephen Sherman, Jennifer Smart, Allison Donovan
On November 10, 2015, the Franklin Circuit Court granted the KDOR motion to alter, amend, or vacate the Court's August 14, 2015 Order holding that an out-of-state corporation and its Kentucky...
By Chapman Hopkins
After an international dressage horse turns up with a false positive this contagious disease, the USDA testing protocol comes under fire.
By Lynn Wangerin, Douglas F. Brent
September's news centered on hurricanes Harvey and Irma until word of a massive cybersecurity failure at credit bureau Equifax pushed those storms below the fold.
By Quinn Hill
Fact: Regulations are in the crosshairs. Regardless of their history, applicable industries or agencies, or initial justifications, regulations are running headlong into a de-regulation firing squad.
By Thomas E. Rutledge
It is something of a truism that the organizational documents we prepare are only relied upon by our clients in times of disagreement and conflict.
By Stephen Sherman, Erica Horn, Timothy Eifler
The Kentucky Claims Commission recently held that tax credits awarded under Section 42 of the Internal Revenue Code ("IRC") must be excluded from the value of a low-income housing tax credit...
Contributor's Topics
More...