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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

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What Makes for a Valid Living Will in Kentucky?

A living will is a legal document that allows patients to provide healthcare providers with an outline of their wishes in the event they become incapacitated and unable to communicate their wishes themselves. The document often contains a provision for a person to be designated as healthcare power of attorney. This individual can speak on Read More

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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

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Employers’ Responsibility for Health Insurance in Kentucky

There is no law in Kentucky that requires employers to provide group health insurance to their employees. While most employers do provide this benefit, there is no government regulation or entity forcing them to do so. There are, however, state laws that require employer-provided policies to cover specific services. These required coverages are known as Read More

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How Medical Malpractice Works in Kentucky

In Kentucky, medical malpractice occurs when a healthcare professional (such as a doctor, nurse or other hospital staff member) is medically negligent, leading to injury for a patient. Medical negligence arises from any acts or failures to act that fall below the standard of care expected of competent medical professionals. To determine if the action Read More

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Kentucky Supreme Court confirms punitive damages are not recoverable for “fraudulent” breach of contract unless an independent fraud claim exists

Written By: Kyle M. Winslow In Nami Res. Co., LLC v. Asher Land & Mineral, LTD, 2018 Ky. LEXIS 353 (August 16, 2018), the Kentucky Supreme Court recently considered the interplay between punitive damages and a breach of contract claim based on fraud. That case involved a dispute over a gas lease. Under the lease, Read More

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The Kentucky Fairness in Construction Act and Its Effect on the Construction Industry

In 2007, then-governor Ernie Fletcher of Kentucky signed the Kentucky Fairness in Construction Act into law. The goal of the legislation was to “level the playing field,” as legislators put it, between owners and contractors. It has had wide-reaching effects on the construction industry in several specific areas. Therefore, all owners and contractors must be Read More

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What’s Included in the Kentucky State Plan for Occupational Safety and Health?

The Kentucky State Plan for Occupational Safety and Health has been in effect for more than 32 years. It applies to all private-sector workplaces in the state, with a few exceptions. These exceptions include: Maritime jobs, such as shipyard employment, longshoring and marine terminals Employment at military bases, Tennessee Valley Authority facilities and other properties Read More

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Employer Responsibility for Workers’ Compensation in Kentucky

The Kentucky Workers’ Compensation Act (WCA) lists the requirements for employers related to workers’ compensation. The benefits themselves are administered by the Kentucky Department of Workers’ Claims (DWC), which also enforces each employer’s compliance with the WCA. The vast majority of employers in Kentucky must comply with the WCA. Employers are subject to the legislation Read More

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What Does Kentucky Law Say About General Contractor Liability for Faulty Construction?

How much liability, if any, do general contractors have for faulty construction when subcontractors are also involved in a project? The answer to this question depends not just on the circumstances of the case but also on the state where the project is taking place. In recent years, Kentucky law has been tougher on general Read More

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