Mr. Watt concentrates his practice in utility regulation and business and complex commercial litigation. His areas of particular substantive experience include utility rate and other regulation, contract disputes, intentional torts, corporate law disputes, securities laws claims and lender liability claims. His practice also involves various aspects of the equine business, including litigation and administrative and regulatory matters.
Plaut v. Spendthrift Farm, Inc., 789 F.Supp. 231 (E.D. Ky. 1992), aff'd 1 F.3d 1487 (6th Cir. 1993), aff'd 513 U.S. 1285 (1994). — The district court declared unconstitutional a federal securities statute and the judgment was affiremd by both the circuit court and the United States Supreme Court.
City of Florence v. Owen Electric Cooperative, Inc., 832 S.W.2d 876 (Ky. 1992). — The Kentucky Supreme Court protected the certified territory of an electric utility.
Deaton v. Hale, 592 S.W.2d 127 (Ky. 1979). — The Kentucky Supreme Court set aside alleged gifts from a principal to an agent under color of a power of attorney.