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Posts from June 2016.

In the new Legal Forum Column, Blaine R. Blood discussed the new federal trade secret law. Read his advice below and don’t miss our monthly Legal Forum Column in Louisville Business First.

What aspects of the new federal trade secret law are most important for employers to know?
The new federal Defend Trade Secrets Act (“the Act”) provides a federal forum for ...

Posted in Tax and Finance

Included in the 2015 passage of the Protecting Americans from Tax Hikes (PATH) Act was a provision preventing the Internal Revenue Service (“IRS”) from taxing restitution or civil damages awarded to individuals determined to be wrongfully incarcerated. The law also applies retroactively, so those who paid tax on such awards at any time in the past are entitled to refunds of that ...

Steeped in entrepreneurialism, Megan Glover helped launch 120WaterAudit as her first foray into water entrepreneurship. She discusses how she got involved with 120WaterAudit, its lab quality testing services for water supplies, launch issues, and more. Megan layers in her observations about water entrepreneurship and how it differs from tech entrepreneurship. The end result? A ...

Posted in Real Estate

On March 15, 2015, Flat Rock Wind, LLC (“Flat Rock”), a subsidiary of Apex Clean Energy, submitted to the Rush County Board of Zoning Appeals (the “BZA”) an application for a special exception permit (the “Application”) to construct a 180 megawatt commercial Wind Energy Conversion System (“WECS”), commonly known as a wind farm, on over 29,000 acres of land located in ...

Noted Texas water figure Carlos Rubinstein joins The Water Values Podcast this week to discuss a wide range of Texas water issues that you will easily recognize as applying to other areas of the country and world. Carlos explains the Texas water governance structure and water planning horizon. He explains the nuts and bolts of Texas’ innovative program for funding infrastructure and ...



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