Ibarra v. LFUCG: Obtained summary judgment for public employer on claim by former employee that he was discharged for speech allegedly protected by the First Amendment.
Moor v. LFUCG: Obtained summary judgment for public employer on claim by former employee that he was discharged for complaining of suspected waste or mismanagement, allegedly in violation of the Kentucky Whistleblower Act.
Jones v. LFUCG: Obtained summary judgment for public employer on claim by former police officer that she was not re-hired due to gender discrimination.
Bruch v. Ashland, Inc.: Obtained summary judgment for employer on claim by former officer that he was terminated because he requested FMLA leave to deal with medical issues.
Chism v. Ale-8-One: Obtained dismissal of claim by former employee that his discharge following after he filed a police report indicating that he had been assaulted by his supervisor constituted a termination in violation of public policy.
Product Liability Matters
IFC Nonwovens v. Rhone-Poulenc, Inc.: Obtained defense verdict (after four-week trial on liability only) for manufacturer of vinyl vapor barrier on claim that product had unreasonably spread a fire which destroyed a warehouse.
Denney v. Upjohn: Assisted in obtaining settlement for animal vaccine manufacturer at the end of a multiple-day jury trial on claim that vaccine had caused death of numerous dairy cattle.
General Business Matters
Ward v. Kentucky Dataworks: Obtained decision in Kentucky Court of Appeals that alleged agreement to sell company was an unenforceable "agreement to agree" rather than a binding agreement, and, therefore, selling company, and subsequent purchaser, had committed no wrong when alleged agreement was not completed.
Bowling v. Martin Agency: Obtained summary judgment for insurance agency on claim that it had negligently failed to issue policy with coverage allegedly requested by insured.