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Frankfort, KY

421 West Main Street
P.O. Box 634
Frankfort, Kentucky 40602-0634

Stites & Harbison's Frankfort practice dates to the late 1940s and the establishment of the firm of Dailey & Fowler, which in turn merged with Louisville's Stites & McElwain in 1972. It got its current name in 1983 when Stites, McElwain & Fowler and Harbison, Kessinger, Lisle & Bush merged. The firm's Frankfort attorneys focus on complex regulatory and administrative, environmental, tax and utility matters and related litigation.

Fax: +1 502-223-4124
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Stites & Harbison named to BTI Brand Elite 2019

LOUISVILLE, Ky.—BTI Consulting Group has named Stites & Harbison, PLLC as a best-branded law firm in its BTI Brand Elite 2019: Client Perceptions of the Best-Branded Law Firms.

by Stites & Harbison, PLLC May 29, 2019
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Kentucky Employers - New Pregnancy Worker Accommodation Law Becomes Effective June 27, 2019

The Kentucky Pregnant Workers Act (“KPWA”) requires Kentucky employers, with 15 or more employees, to evaluate pregnant employees’ requests for accommodations related to medical issues tied to their pregnancy or childbirth somewhat differently.

by Shannon Antle Hamilton May 22, 2019
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Public Service Commission of Kentucky Proposes Amending Regulation Governing Uniform Fuel Adjustment Clauses

Fuel adjustment clauses (FAC) have been a feature of electric bills in Kentucky since the 1950s. An FAC adjusts on a monthly basis the kWh rate paid by customers for electricity to reflect changes in the cost of fuel, and in many instances, purchased energy.

by Mark R. Overstreet May 07, 2019
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Kentucky General Assembly Approves Electronic Recording and Notarization

The General Assembly recently passed Senate Bill 114 into law, which will reform Kentucky’s recording and notary laws in two significant ways: county clerks will soon be able to record real estate deeds, mortgages and other documents electronically, and notaries public will be able to notarize real estate documents electronically and remotely.

by Richard A. Vance April 09, 2019