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International Women’s Day: ‘choosing to challenge’ and the fight for gender equality

Leading female attorneys share their thoughts with WIPR about what the campaign theme means to them, the issues affecting women in IP and their efforts to tackle them. Louisville office IP attorney Mari-Elise Paul is included in this article.

by Mari-Elise Paul March 09, 2021
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Rebecca Weis Interview

Rebecca Weis sits down for a candid discussion with Kirt Jacobs.

by Rebecca A. Weis February 18, 2021
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IN PERSON: Stites & Harbison's Michael Risley goes from small town to the big time

When Michael Risley entered law school at the University of Kentucky, he admitted to being initially intimidated by his big-school, big-city classmates.

by Michael D. Risley February 01, 2021
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Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services price transparency rule is in effect

Although hospitals are still devoting their full attention and resources to responding to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, they are expected to comply with the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) price transparency rule. After withstanding a recent legal challenge, the rule went into effect on January 1, 2021. Understandably, hospitals have been slow to comply with the rule.

by Megan B. Barker January 29, 2021
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Real estate veterans partner on West End condo project

The development team behind a planned multifamily renovation of single-family residential condominiums in the Parkland area of West Louisville believes the project can be a springboard for more growth and give West End residents an...
by James C. Seiffert and Jameson M. Seiffert January 19, 2021
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Legal Maneuvering: How the pandemic has forced Louisville law firms to rethink the workplace

The practice of law was already trending toward remote work when the coronavirus outbreak sent attorneys packing to their home offices in March, said Bob Connolly, chairman of Stites & Harbison PLLC in Louisville.

by Robert M. Connolly November 27, 2020
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4th Circ. Says 'Unfair' Va. Law Forces It To Nix Black Lung Suit

Law360 (November 9, 2020, 6:04 PM EST) -- Holding that the court was bound to interpret Virginia's statute of limitations "as it is, not as we would like it to be," the Fourth Circuit has affirmed a lower court's decision to toss a lung disease-stricken coal miner's claims against respirator companies accused of selling poor-quality breathing equipment.

by Carol Dan Browning, Bethany A. Breetz, and Whitney Frazier Watt November 09, 2020
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Stites leader Robert Connolly on how his office manages the state of downtown

Robert Connolly, chairman of Stites & Harbison PLLC, had a godson who was living in the Chinese province of Wuhan as an English teacher in late 2019, before it was the epicenter the novel coronavirus pandemic.

by Robert M. Connolly October 13, 2020