High school buddies at St. X and both helicopter pilots, Ardie Greenamyer and Tom Eifler Jr. reunited 21 years after their graduation when they flew workers and supplies in — and victims out — of flooded New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina.
A birthday pool party turned tragic when a 5-year-old drowned, and while the wrongful death trial lasted eight days, it took a jury just 4.5 hours to reach a verdict.
A jury handed David Camm his freedom, but now he wants more — millions more.
The Kentucky Supreme Court recently handed down a far-reaching decision that allows employees in Kentucky the option to certify class-action lawsuits against employers over unpaid wages and overtime disputes. As a result, Louisville-based Sullivan University System Inc. could face such a class action.
CDWA reached a tentative settlement in a class action lawsuit brought by former inmates in the Floyd County Indiana Jail concerning the conditions of confinement in the facility. (https://www.usnews.com/news/best-states/kentucky/articles/2017-03-10/floyd-county-seeks-to-settle-jail-lawsuit-for-123m).
CDWA member, Louis Winner was recently featured in Business First. Louis is the head of the firm’s family law section.
Clay Daniel Walton & Adams’s partners Ted Walton and Laura Landenwich were profiled in the Voice Tribune legal issue. Laura and Ted explained that what makes their partnership work is their shared passion for helping real people who have faced injustices or unfair legal obstacles.
Laura Landenwich’ represents whistleblower in lawsuit claiming the Jefferson County may be violating state law. See the full article.
Laura Landenwich, Dan Canon, and Ted Walton challenge Floyd County Jails practices of stripping inmates and holding them in an isolation cell without clothing, blankets, or bedding. See the full Courier Journal article. See the full WDRB article.
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