SCM 2013.12: Decisions (minutes) from the Supreme Court of Kentucky for December, 2013 (click here for AOC set of minutes) – Nos. 179-204.

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Louisville Attorney John Tate Demonstrating Use of New Technology for Jury Presentation with One of the Ceiling Projectors Visible and the iPad in his left hand

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Published and Unpublished Decisions from the Supreme Court of Kentucky for December, 2013 (click here for AOC set of minutes) – Nos. 179-204. The Supreme Court of Kentucky this week announced 26 decisions, designating 15 of those decisions for publication (“To Be Published”). In addition, there were –

  • 4 attorney/judiciary disciplinary decisions for publication.
  • 6 motions for discretionary review (MDR) were granted.

Click here  for complete list of all archived Supreme Court Minutes that you can download from the Administrative Office of the Courts web site.

Click here for THIS month’s minutes with links to all decisions, published and not to be published.

Selected published decisions for this week are (click on the link for the full text of the decision from AOC):

179. Open Records Act.
Lawson v.  Office of Attorney General
Questions Presented: Open Records Act. Issues include whether or not a statement given in the course of a criminal investigation is exempt from disclosure under the provisions of KRS 61.878.

180.  Corporate Law.  Director’s duty of loyalty.
Baptist Physicians Lexington, Inc. v. New Lexington Clinic
Questions Presented: Corporate Law. Duty of Loyalty. KRS 271B.8-300.
Issues include whether KRS 271B.8-300 abrogates the common law in cases where a corporate director sets up a competing enterprise.

188.  Dismissal of claim for attorney disqualification.
Ridgeway Nursing and Rehab vs. Hon. William E. Lane
Questions Presented: Writ of Mandamus. Request for dismissal of claims or attorney disqualification for alleged violation of SCR 3.130-4.2. Adequate remedy exists by appeal.

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