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1: "Light Duty" Landmines - A Workers' Compensation Overview
Few areas in workers compensation law are more potentially explosive than the "light duty" or "modified duty" situation. Here are just a few of the maxims to remember when confronted with a light duty.
2: Community Property Versus Equitable Distribution
Nine state use equitable distribution to divide property and debt during a divorce. Other states use community property laws to divide property. Stacy Rocheleau discusses the community property law that is used in Las Vegas, Nevada.
3: Value Engineering: The Great Balancing Act
Exceeding the construction budget is every project owner's worst nightmare. Value Engineering (VE) is one common alternative. VE balances cost with function.
4: Commercial Real Estate Purchasers - Be Diligent With Your Due Diligence
It is important for the purchaser of commercial real estate purchases to be aware of the terms of the agreement. One of the most critical terms is the deadline by which the purchaser must complete its due diligence for the property.
5: New COAKY Decision Suggests Supplementing CR 26 Expert Disclosure If Co-Party's Expert Expands on Opinions in Deposition Testimony
A party who wishes to adopt another party's expert at trial after the expert provides favorable deposition testimony, should supplement its CR 26 disclosure with the opinions that the first party wished to elicit at trial.
6: Recent COAKY Decision Discusses Award of Witness's "Per Diem" Expense or "Allowance" as Recoverable Cost (including for Expert)
In a recent decision the KY Court of Appeals discussed a seldom used and infrequently cited statute that provides for an award to the prevailing party of an "allowance" for trial witnesses, including both parties and experts, as a recoverable cost.
7: SCOKY Amends Several Civil Rules, Including Providing Litigants the Option to Require Electronic Service
The Kentucky Supreme Court recently issued an order amending several of the Kentucky Rules of Civil Procedure effective January 1, 2014. The amended Civil Rules are as follows:
8: COAKY Issues Mandamus Writ Lifting Stay of Discovery In Bad Faith Action So Defendant Could Pursue Evidence Justifying Time-Limited Removal To Federal Court
In a recent case,the KY Court of Appeals issued a writ of mandamus compelling a trial court to lift a stay of discovery in an insurance bad faith claim so defendant could seek evidence justifying removal to federal court.
9: When a (Trade) Secret Is Not A Secret
What constitutes a Trade Secret can involve a very technical analysis. The owner must take steps to let it be known that he or she considers the Trade Secret to be a secret, or it is not.
10: Kentucky's Health Insurance Exchange is Here
On October 2, 2013, Kentucky will officially launch its health insurance exchange, Kynect, which is one of the key components in Kentucky's efforts to implement the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.