Publications

  • Senior Partner John W. Ames Honored as First Recipient and Co-Namesake of ABI Education Award​

    Please join Bingham Greenebaum Doll LLP in congratulating senior partner and Bankruptcy and Creditor/Debtor Rights Team Co-Leader John W. Ames on being recently honored at the American Bankruptcy Institute’s 20th Annual Southeast Bankruptcy Conference. As a part of John’s recognition, the ABI announced the establishment of the Judy Thompson ...more »

  • BGD Partner Daniel Boots Co-Authors Common Sense Guide to Copyright Online

    BGD partner Daniel L. Boots has co-authored the “Common Sense Guide to Copyright Online” with SpinWeb Content Manager Stephanie Fisher. The 24-page e-book discusses common questions that arise when managing online content, and is now available for free download. Copyright laws can be deceivingly complicated, and have become even more so in ...more »

  • Brian Zoeller Addresses Push Back of Proposed Anaerobic Digester Facilities Construction in Louisville

    Concerned about potential environmental risks and health hazards, Louisville Metro Councilwoman Mary Woolridge is urging community groups to join her in opposing two proposed anaerobic digester facilities, according to the Courier-Journal. Bingham Greenebaum Doll LLP partner Brian D. Zoeller represents Nature’s Methane, which owns and operates both ...more »

  • New Class Members Selected for 2015-16 Leadership Lexington Program

    Since 1979, Commerce Lexington Inc.’s Leadership Lexington program has been cultivating Lexington leaders, producing over 1,300 graduates from this highly informative, educational and results-oriented leadership development program. Graduates of the program have impacted our city in areas such as public art, childhood literacy, nutrition, healthy ...more »

  • 10th Annual Tri-State Diversity Recruiting Program Will Connect Employers and Law Students

    LOUISVILLE (July 27, 2015) - Bingham Greenebaum Doll LLP is pleased to announce that the 10th Annual Tri-State Diversity Recruiting Program will return to Louisville on Aug. 15, 2015. This program, which began in 2005, offers employers the opportunity to recruit summer associates and entry-level attorneys from regional law schools. It also offers second and ...more »

  • Jeremy Overmyer Discusses Indiana’s “Right to Try” Law and What It Means for Health Care Providers

    Indiana recently passed a “Right to Try” law that grants terminally ill patients access to unapproved medications when there are no other treatment options available. However, according to the Indiana Lawyer, attorneys who practice in the health care space say that the law, while well-intended, is no cure-all. Interestingly, the pharmaceutical ...more »

  • David Campbell Elected to Serve as Indiana State University Board of Trustees Chair

    Bingham Greenebaum Doll LLP would like to congratulate senior partner David Campbell on his recent election to serve as chair of the Indiana State University Board of Trustees. Campbell will serve as Chairman of the Board for 2015-2016; he previously served as Vice Chairman of the Board for 2014-2015 and began his second four-year term as an alumni trustee ...more »

  • No Refund of Kentucky Health Care Provider Tax on Receipts From Federal Carriers

    In Saint Joseph Health Sys., Inc. v. Finance and Admin. Cabinet Dep’t of Revenue, File No. K12-R-18, Order No. K-24835, (Ky. Bd. Tax App. April 30, 2015), the Kentucky Board of Tax Appeals (“Board”) found that a state tax imposed on healthcare providers is not a direct or indirect tax upon federal insurance carriers, and that providers may ...more »

  • Indiana to Run Tax Amnesty Program from 9/15/15 to 11/16/15

    Indiana Governor Mike Pence recently announced that the Indiana Department of Revenue will conduct a Tax Amnesty program from September 15 through November 16, 2015. According to the Department of Revenue, “Tax Amnesty 2015 is a limited-time opportunity for both individuals and businesses to pay past-due base tax liabilities free of penalty, interest, ...more »

  • April Wimberg Discusses the Need for Federal Cybersecurity Laws

    According to Louisville Business First, in the wake of recent high-profile cyber breaches at Target Brands Inc., The Home Depot Inc., Sony Pictures Entertainment and Morgan Stanley investment firm, U.S. companies are scrambling to create their own corporate cybersecurity plans. Companies in Kentucky and elsewhere that maintain information-rich consumer ...more »

 
 
 

Email Disclaimer

We would like to thank you for your interest in our services. While we would be pleased to hear from you, we cannot agree to represent you until we know that we do not have a professional conflict of interest. Accordingly, please do not send us any confidential information until an attorney-client relationship has been established between us. For time-sensitive issues, please contact us by telephone at (800) 436-3644.

Continue to Email