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Basic tax issues in mergers and acquisitions

USA - August 15 2015 Mergers and acquisitions ("M&A") are complex, multilayered transactions with multiple moving parts and a healthy dose of negotiation. There are

Kentucky Continues to Modernize Alcohol Law with Passage of HB 100 and HB 183

USA - April 28 2017 The Kentucky legislature took decisive action this year as it continues to take steps and modernize the alcoholic beverage industry. Two major

Think twice about DEA voluntary surrender

USA - July 14 2015 It can be an intimidating experience to be sure A DEA agent or Diversion Investigator, on an unscheduled visit to your office, confronts you with a

Kentucky’s HB 333 and Schedule II Drug Prescriptions - What Providers Need to Know

USA - April 25 2017 On April 10th, 2017, Gov. Bevin signed HB 333 into law, adding another tool to an ever-necessary arsenal to combat Kentucky's opioid epidemic. While

Net Lease vs. Gross Lease: Which is right for me?

USA - November 1 2017 In the sale of a commercial property, typically an entire interest in the property is sold for a single price. However, there is no

Surrogacy Contracts are an ART Form: Issues in Assisted Reproductive Technology Agreements

USA - December 6 2017 Modern science and medicine are opening paths to parenthood for all types of couples. Assisted Reproductive Technology ("ART") - such as surrogacy

Kentucky Supreme Court Addresses Negligent Credentialing

USA - December 4 2017 2017 has been a banner year for developments in healthcare litigation in Kentucky. While the focus has largely been on medical review panels, another

HMDA Reporting Eased for Community Banks and Credit Unions

USA - November 21 2017 The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau ("CFPB") has certainly not been making life easier for mortgage lenders in the past several years, with new

Insurers Beware: Bad Faith Claims

USA - November 16 2017 Things seemed to be going better for insurers on bad faith claims in Kentucky after the case of Hollaway v. Direct General Insurance in September of

SEC Crowdfunding Rules - Another Vehicle for Capital?

USA - November 7 2017 On Monday, May 16th, 2016, SEC regulations allowing companies to offer and sell securities through crowdfunding came into effect, opening the world