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Articles

Local Bankruptcy Rules: Kentucky (W.D. Ky.)

Stites & Harbison attorneys, Brian Pollock, Chrissie Turner and Corey Dunn recently published an article for Thomson Reuters focused on local bankruptcy rules for the Western District of Kentucky.

by Brian R. Pollock, Chrisandrea L. Turner, and Corey Dunn May 16, 2022
Events

Revenue Cycle and Compliance Summit

Date: 6/23/22
Time: 12:00 p.m. - 4:30 p.m.

Online Event

The Revenue Cycle and Compliance Summit is an online half-day workshop to provide convenient education with CEUs and CLE for professionals. Stites attorneys Sarah Spurlock and Michael Denbow will be presenters at this Summit on June. 23, 2022.

Michael Denbow and Sarah Cronan Spurlock May 13, 2022
Press Releases

Rebecca Sherman Awarded 2022 ABA Forum on Construction Law Diversity Fellowship

LEXINGTON, Ky.—The American Bar Association (ABA) Forum on Construction Law has selected Stites & Harbison, PLLC attorney Rebecca M.W. Sherman for its 2022 Diversity Fellowship. Sherman is one of six nationwide honorees to receive the three-year fellowship.

by Stites & Harbison, PLLC May 12, 2022
Client Alerts

Wait . . . What About Trade Secrets?

When one seeks to protect one’s intellectual property, patents, trademarks and copyrights immediately come to mind. Often given short shrift is the "forgotten stepchild" —trade secrets. Trade secrets may encompass a wide range of business information that (a) has value because it is not generally known in the trade and (b) is subject to reasonable efforts to preserve its confidentiality. When considering trade secrets, “business information” should be given a very broad definition and may include, but is not necessarily limited to, processes, procedures, research projects, nonpublic company documents (relating to, for example, recruiting, accounting, financial information and legal information), drawings, blueprints, laboratory notebooks, test data, training manuals, customer information and supplier information.

by Warren D. Schickli May 02, 2022

Our Clients

AEGON USA Investment Management, Inc.
AFL Telecommunications
Air Products and Chemicals (A/P)
Akebono Corporation
Ameris Bank
Appriss, Inc.
Ashland Inc.
Bluegrass Conservancy
Boston Scientific Corporation
Brasfield & Gorrie, L.L.C.
Brown-Forman Corporation
Caldwell Tanks, Inc.
Carnett
Churchill Downs
Commonwealth Bank & Trust Company
Commonwealth Land Title Insurance Co.
Delta Dental of Kentucky, Inc.
Emerson Electric Co.
Fifth Third Bank
Genscape, Inc.
Gray Construction
Great Dane Trailers
Greater Louisville Medical Society
Grindmaster-Cecilware Corporation
Hoover Precision Products
J.P. Morgan Chase Bank
KFC Corporation
Leatt Corporation
Lexington-Fayette Urban County Airport Board
Louisville Affordable Housing Trust Fund, Inc.
Louisville Ladder, Inc.
Louisville Metro Housing Authority
Louisville Regional Airport Authority
Mississippi State University
NASA
Outdoor Power Equipment Institute, Inc.
Pizza Hut
PNC Bank, N.A.
Purdue Pharma, L.P.
Regenersis
Republic Bank & Trust Company
River Fields, Inc.
Robert Bosch Corporation
Stock Yards Bank & Trust Company
Stonestreet Stables, LLC
The Alliance of Community Hospices & Palliative Care Services, Inc.
The Cordish Company
The Sherwin-Williams Company
The University of Mississippi
The University of Mississippi Medical Center
United Community Bank
University of Tennessee Research Foundation
Vanderbilt Minerals, LLC
Vanderbilt University, Center for Technology Transfer and Commercialization
Vogt Power International
W.W. Grainger, Inc.
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