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Posts from December 2015.

In the new Legal Forum Column, BGD attorney Philip C. Eschels discussed applying the last in, first out rule. Read his advice below and don’t miss our monthly Legal Forum Column in Louisville Business First.

Do I need legal advice for a RIF if I apply the LIFO (last in, first out) rule?

Although using LIFO could be a legitimate factor in a reduction-in-force (RIF) situation ...

Posted in Litigation

As we end one of the slowest years for corporate bankruptcy filings, all indicators point to the fact that filings should heat up in 2016. Bankruptcy can be extremely disruptive to clients; however, the following tips may help your clients that could find themselves creditors, or debtors, in the new year.

The Buzz of Burgeoning Bankruptcy Filings

Last week, the Office of the Comptroller ...

The holiday season is in full swing and the invitations to your corporate holiday party have been sent. The “who, what, where, and when” may have been decided, but there is certainly more to having a successful holiday party (or any company party for that matter) than good food and entertainment. If an ordinary day at the office brings risk and potential liability for employers, a ...

Late yesterday, Matt Bevin, who takes office as Governor of the Commonwealth of Kentucky today, announced the appointment of Charles G. Snavely as Secretary of the Kentucky Energy and Environment Cabinet. Snavely formerly served as President of Eastern U.S. Operations for Arch Coal, Inc. and, prior to that, as Executive Vice President of Mining Operations for International Coal Group. Snavely takes office immediately.



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