Kinkead & Stilz is pleased to announce that Cary B. Howard and D. Barry Stilz have been appointed Receivers for the abandoned Eric Conn Social Security Disability files.
Kinkead & Stilz is pleased to announce that Melanie S. Marrs and Tonya S. Rager were successful in obtaining a Defense Verdict on behalf of a Hospital and its nurses in Fayette County in a case involving claimed permanent peroneal nerve injury, causing foot drop, following open heart surgery.
Kinkead & Stilz is pleased to announce that Lesley Lawson King has joined the firm as an associate.
Kinkead & Stilz is pleased to announce that Melanie S. Marrs and David A. Trevey successfully obtained Summary Judgment on behalf of a physician staffing company in Pike County.
Kinkead & Stilz is pleased to announce that Melanie S. Marrs was successful in obtaining Summary Judgment on behalf of a physician in Fayette County in a case involving neuropathic pain and sequela following a cosmetic procedure.
On August 8, 2018, the Kentucky Supreme Court heard arguments in the closely watched case of Claycomb et al. v. The Commonwealth of Kentucky, Cabinet for Health & Family Servs., 2017-SC-614 and 2017-SC-615, concerning the constitutionality of the new Medical Review Panel (MRP) provisions of state law found in KRS Chapter 216C. The oral argument … Read more
Kinkead & Stilz is pleased to announce that Tax Manager Melissa C. Mattox has been nominated and elected to the 2018-2019 Board of Directors for the Kentucky Society of Certified Public Accountants. Congrats to you for your service to all CPAs in the Commonwealth.
Email communications are a staple of the practice of law. Consider that the United States issued a copyright for the term “EMAIL” in August 1982, and according to a study conducted by the Radicati Group in 2017, there were 3.7 billion email users sending about 269 billion emails a day. To many of us, it … Read more
Kinkead & Stilz is pleased to welcome Meredith Cave as a summer associate. Ms. Cave is a rising 3rd year at the University of Kentucky College of Law. Ms. Cave previously attended Georgetown College and is native to the Central Kentucky area. Ms. Cave will be focusing her summer work on civil litigation matters. We … Read more
As an employer, ensuring that your workplace is free of harassment isn’t just the right thing to do; it has many practical benefits, including improved employee morale and productivity. But even if you think your anti-harassment stance goes without saying, adopting and following a written policy aimed at preventing and, if necessary, redressing illegal harassment … Read more