As of March 18, 2019, employers covered by New Jersey law can no longer enforce employment contracts or settlement agreements that conceal the
On October 4, 2016, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) published a final rule prohibiting nursing homes from offering pre-dispute
This case arose out of a construction project in which the Oldham County Board of Education (the “Board”) was the owner, K. Norman Berry Associates
The Kentucky Board of Tax Appeals ("Board") has found that rent-to-own companies were not required to collect sales tax on separate liability waiver
The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) and the Treasury Department released joint guidance describing standards for reviewing State
The Court of Appeals of Kentucky has held that an insurer's failure to reserve rights for over two years waived all coverage defenses and enlarged
A recent Kentucky Supreme Court decision, Schnuerle v. Insight Communications Co.,1 declares that Kentucky courts may no longer strike down a Class Action Waiver Clause, found as part of a contractual Arbitration clause, based on a per se theory of unconscionability.
Each month, Brickerconstructionlaw.com summarizes recent decisions of state and federal courts that may affect construction projects and those involved with them in Ohio, Indiana, Kentucky and Michigan.
The arbitration "nightmare" feared by most companiesclasswide arbitrationhas become a reality for Insight Communications Company LP, an Internet service provider that was named in a putative class action filed in Kentucky state court.
The Kroger Company expanded a grocery store in Lexington, Kentucky and hired E.H. Construction, LLC as the general contractor for the expansion project.