Ameena Khan is an attorney in the firm’s Louisville and Covington offices and is a member of the Business Litigation Service Group and Health Care Service Group. Ameena represents clients in a wide range of business, commercial, and health care litigation matters. Her practice also includes regulatory and transactional matters involving healthcare and data privacy.
How to Deal with RAC Audits Related to Alleged Fraudulent Billing
Co-presenter, KAHCF Annual Meeting, November 16, 2022
Implications After Dobbs for Healthcare Practitioners
Louisville Regional Healthcare Compliance Conference, Healthcare Compliance Association, Louisville, KY, October 28, 2022
Marsy’s Law: It Persuaded Voters, But will it Persuade the Kentucky Supreme Court?
Kentucky Law Journal Blog, 107 Ky. L.J. Online, January 19, 2019
Ameena joined Stites & Harbison after participating in the firm's summer associate program in 2019. Prior to law school, she conducted research on the psychology of juror decision-making and was an intern at the Fayette County Commonwealth’s Attorney’s Office. During law school she served as an Articles Editor for the Kentucky Law Journal and was a law clerk at a law firm in Lexington, Kentucky. Outside of practicing law, Ameena enjoys cooking, touring historic homes, and supporting University of Kentucky sports.
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Marriott Louisville East, 1903 Embassy Square Blvd., Louisville, KY 40299
Healthcare attorneys Shea Luna and Ameena Khan will be speakers at this healthcare compliance conference in Louisville, Kentucky on October 28, 2022.
LOUISVILLE, Ky.—Stites & Harbison, PLLC announces the addition of three attorneys to the firm. Megan Barker joins the Lexington, Ky., office while Caitlyn Barnes and Ameena Khan join the Louisville, Ky., office. All are admitted to practice in Kentucky.
At the conclusion of a bankruptcy, the court typically enters an order discharging the debtor from personal liability for most pre-bankruptcy debts. This “discharge order” bars creditors from attempting to collect any debt covered by the order from the debtor personally. 11 USC § 524(a)(2).