Author Archives: Todd McMurtry

Seven Key Provisions to Include in a Business Agreement

Written By: Todd V. McMurtry “It’s just not working out anymore.” You may have heard or uttered these words as a marital partner, but as a business one? It can happen. Business divorce among privately-held companies is common, and can be just as emotional as one involving spouses. Organizations experience “life events” too, and smart… Read More »

Five Website Mistakes That Can Lead to Malpractice Claims

Written By: Todd V. McMurtry We do everything in our power to make our clients happy! Our services will increase your bottom line! Big or small, we handle it all! As a professional, your personal website or company page is an essential link for those seeking or already utilizing your services. There they can find… Read More »

Beware! Kentucky’s Rules on the Unauthorized Practice of Law are Strict

Written By: Todd V. McMurtry As a Kentucky lawyer, who lives on the Ohio border, I have seen Ohio lawyers, not licensed to practice law in Kentucky, “cross the river” to handle Kentucky cases. I have always cautioned these lawyers to tread carefully as Kentucky’s rules that govern the practice of law are stricter than… Read More »

Should Mediators Be Credentialed?

Written By: Todd V. McMurtry I recently spoke at the Kentucky Bar Association’s Kentucky Law Update on behalf of the Alternative Dispute Resolution Section. One of the topics I addressed related to whether mediators should be credentialed. In general, the concept of requiring a mediator to be credentialed is similar to a lawyer being licensed… Read More »

May a Director of a Kentucky Corporation Set Up a Competing Business?

Written By: Todd V. McMurtry It is common in the ebb and flow of business for corporate directors to move in and out of corporations for a variety reasons. Therefore, it is critical for directors to understand the duties and obligations they have to the companies they serve. This article will focus on a director’s… Read More »

Duties Among Members in Member-Managed LLCs

Written By: Todd V. McMurtry Over the years I have practiced law, one of the most common complaints that I have encountered is when business partners encounter difficulty in their relationships.  For example, one member may believe another has acted selfishly, diverted a valuable business opportunity or not disclosed significant expenditures.  This article will focus… Read More »

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