1038. Rule 11. Affirmed trial court’s Rule 11 sanctions.
Large v. Oberson
1039. Torts. Defamation. Affirmed summary judgment dismissing defamation action . No discovery.
National College of Kentucky, Inc. v. Wave Holdings, LLC
1045. Negligent hiring/retention. Higher standard for carriers.
Kendall v. Godbey
Since genuine issues of material fact exist as to whether Community Cab properly vetted Abukar prior to employing him, we hold that summary judgment was improperly granted and remand this matter to the trial court for a continuation of the litigation concerning the legal malpractice. In making this determination, we are proffering no opinion as to the ultimate result of the litigation but merely indicating that summary judgment was premature.
Selected cases that were not designated for publication in tort, insurance and civil law. None.
1037. Summary judgment and timing of discovery
Krohn v. Meuser
1044. Affirmed dismissal of wrongful use of civil process.
The Getty Law Group v. Bowles, Rice, McDavid, Graff & Love
1046. Tresspass. Affirmed award of $19,402.22 in damages on claims of trespass to chattel and trespass to personal property.
Stanley v. Knuckles
1047. Wrongful death claim when decedent fell into a septic tank sinkhole and died presented a host of issues from wrongful death, municipal immunity, independent contractor etc.
Estate of Dorothy Brown v. Louisville/Jefferson County Metropolitan Sewer District
1048. Torts. Workplace sexual harassment, hostile work environment, and retaliatory discharge.
Gibson v. H&J Restaurants, LLC
1051. Immunity and negligence claim against prison security officers.
Collins v. Vandiver
1052. Premises liability, immunity and schools.
Sergent v. Murphy
1053. Claims of breach of contract, promissory estoppel, and intentional infliction of emotional distress (IIED)
Watson v. Jargoe Homes
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