Melanie S. Marrs’ Unanimous Defense Verdict

Kinkead & Stilz is pleased to report that Melanie S. Marrs recently achieved a unanimous Defense Verdict for Baptist Health Corbin in a case tried for two weeks in Whitley Circuit Court. The allegations against Baptist were that they failed to appropriately potassium as required by a standing protocol and that her cardiac event was … Read more

Assisting University Outside Counsel

In December 2016, Thomas M. Todd was the title and real estate counsel assisting university outside counsel in a $9,000,000 hotel acquisition, to be remodeled into offices to serve the university hospital. This acquisition involves multiple parcels in an urban setting, and required research into an unreported Circuit Court decision adjudicating the subject property to … Read more

Subcontractor Client

In October, 2016, Thomas M. Todd, represented a subcontractor against the general contractor on a public project. Following a five day bench trial, Todd obtained a judgment on behalf of his client of over $420,000, consisting of the remaining base contract, unapproved change orders, and an award under the Kentucky Fairness in Construction Act of … Read more

Industrial Contractor Client

In June, 2016, Thomas M. Todd was the title and real estate counsel assisting a large Industrial contractor in several related transactions. First, Todd’s client purchased property owned by a quasi-public agency, which consisted of multiple parcels originally platted as an abandoned subdivision, prior to which had been acquired by the public agency. Thereafter, Todd’s … Read more

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