An Indiana lawyer has been suspended for six months and will have to apply for reinstatement following a December 2008 incident in which she frightened the mother of two children by picking them up at their elementary school on behalf of their father, her client in a matrimonial case. Although Cecel…
LOUISVILLE, Ky. - A federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit brought by a radio show host who claimed Kentucky officials defamed him and blackballed his show and outdoors expo because of criticism he leveled on the air.
The small print. When I went to the expo for the Marathon/ Mini Marathon, I was handed a $500.00 gift card for something called "Red Star Worldwear". The card says, "Why? We want to create a buzz for our new products... so for a limited time we're giving away gift cards to select active lifestyle consumers". The small print, however, says that they charge a "Service Fee" that's not covered by the gift card, which pays for "1st Class postage, general overhead and profit, free exchange program and processing & handling services". So... They're selling sunglasses, and charging a fee that covers their costs and returns them a profit. What exactly is the "gift"?
Nursing student blogs about a birth she witnessed in nursing school. Court holds that since she signed a confidentiality agreement, she has waived any First Amendment rights.
Judge: Louisville student waived free speech rights, can't collect damages over dismissal | The Repu
LOUISVILLE, Ky. - A former University of Louisville nursing student waived her rights to free speech by signing an honor code that included a non-disclosure requirement, so she can't collect damages for being dismissed from school over a blog post, a federal judge ruled Monday.
A 46 year old man says that his religious fervor in the Baptist religion ruined his chances of playing football for Manchester United. So he's suing the church for ten million pounds. In other news, I'm suing the Catholic Church for ruining my chances of making love to Farrah Faucett.
In his lawsuit, the plaintiff alleges pro wrestling is "scripted", and "choreographed". Really??? This is painful to read. Whatever happens to his lawsuit, I hope J Milz recovers from his injury. Scripted or not scripted, it wouldn't hurt to wear a cup. The ball's in your court, Guido.
What every Kentucky law office needs! A law book with some Bourbon in it. I guess now that all of our law books are digitized, we have to so something with all of the books. This is as good as any, I guess.
OK, so a former republican councilman and current conservative talk-radio bloviater does a hit-and-run outside a gay bar. He hits the bouncer's vehicle. The bouncer sees him do it. He sees they guy and identifies him as said talk radio host. He writes down the license plate. The license plate number traces back to said talk show host. Security cameras inside the bar show that said talk show hose was inside the establishment before the collision. The police send evidence to the DA. The DA won't prosecute because "nobody saw him do it". Sounds like somebody is a radio fan.
New witnesses step forward to say they saw a talk show host behind the wheel after a hit-and-run crash outside a popular gay bar, and Local 2 Investigates obtains video from inside the bar that is now in the hands of police.
In what he admitted was a 'novel holding' in an apparent case of first impression that required him to 'apply an ancient legal doctrine to modern technology,' a Franklin County trial judge has allowed into evidence text messages between a husband and wife.
Mike walked into a post office just before Valentine's Day, and he couldn't help noticing a middle aged man standing in a corner sticking " Love " stamps on bright pink envelopes with hearts all over them. Then the man got out a bottle of Chanel perfume from his pocket and started spraying the scent over the envelopes.
By now, Mike's curiosity had got the better of him, and so he asked the man why he was sending all those cards. The man replied, " I'm sending out 500 Valentine cards signed, " Guess Who? " " But why? " asked Mike.
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) — The perverse tale of blind obedience to authority first unfolded eight years ago in a McDonald's restaurant in Mount Washington, Ky., just south of Louisville, when an 18-year-old employee was subjected to a humiliating strip search orchestrated by a prank caller pretending to..