1012. Criminal Law. Giving a police officer a false name.
Stephenson v. Commonwealth of Kentucky
1014. Discrimination. Vacated and remanded trial judge improperly dismissing. discrimination complaint.
Taylor v, Middleton Fire Protection District
Selected cases that were not designated for publication in tort, insurance and civil law. None.
1010. Reversed default judgement. Long arm statute, service by SOS.
Cemerlic v. Verralab JA LLC
Appealed order denying motion to set aside a default judgment. They argud they showed good cause to set aside the default judgment: they have a valid excuse for their default because they were not properly served by the Secretary of State and were unaware of the lawsuit, they have a meritorious defense and there is no prejudice. Reversed & remanded. Note that NO brief was filed by appellee, and Judge Acree filed dissent.
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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.