COA: August 18, 2017 Court of Appeals Decisions (Minutes)

Nos. 713-721: 9 Decisions Posted with 2 decisions designated 'to be published' with links to full text of each decision

PUBLISHED DECISIONS:

716.  Confidentiality clauses and attorneys.  Held that the Supreme Court Rules may indeed create public policy on confidentiality and non-solicitation agreements, a violation of  Rule 5.6, does not form the basis for a wrongful termination suit.
Greissman v. Rawlings and Associates, PLLC

717.  DUI Blood tests.  Affirmed Circuit Court which held on appeal from district court that the excessively high cost of an independent blood test at University of Kentucky Medical Center effectively precluded the Appellee, James E. Riker, Jr. (Riker), from obtaining the statutorily mandated test that potentially might result in producing in exculpatory evidence and thus the excessive cost of the blood test constituted a denial of due process.
Commonwealth of Kentucky v. Riker

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You will find the complete list of this week’s decisions below with number, names of parties, case number, lower court (eg., county), etc. with a hot link to the full text of the decision.  Please note that you will have to check Case Information for each decision for finality, amendments, rehearing, or other matters including motions for discretionary review (MDR) filed with the Supreme Court of Kentucky.