DBL Law is pleased to announce that Nicole Elver, partner in the Louisville office, has been selected to join the Leadership Kentucky Class of 2016. Leadership Kentucky is tasked with bringing together a select group of people that possess a broad variety of leadership abilities, career accomplishments, and volunteer activities to gain insight into complex Read More
The Florida Supreme Court had bad news for a Hialeah Gardens investor who didn’t answer a slip-and-fall lawsuit from a tenant injured while another owner controlled the property. Even though Mauna Loa Investments LLC didn’t own the warehouse when Anamaria Santiago was injured in 2008, its failure to defend against her lawsuit created an error Read More
In a family fight a judge that turned siblings against each other, four sisters Monday won a $547.9 million judgment against two older brothers whom a judge found cheated them out of their inheritance in their family’s 70-year-old company. Ending a Byzantine estate battle involving decades-old transactions, U.S. District Judge William Bertelsman said in a Read More
DBL Law is pleased to announce that fourteen lawyers have been selected for inclusion in the 2016 edition of Super Lawyers®, which recognizes the top 5 percent of attorneys in each state from more than 70 practice areas who have attained a high-degree of peer recommendation and professional achievement. The selection process includes independent research, peer Read More
CRESTVIEW HILLS, KY – November 2, 2015 – DBL Law is pleased to announce, that for the sixth consecutive year since the publication’s inception, it has been named in the top-tier placement to the “Best Law Firms” list by US News & World Report. This is a national publication that seeks to recognize quality firms Read More
This article was originally written and published by the Lane Report, Kentucky Business & Economic News. Beginning Oct. 1., small business owners and other retailers must begin to accept EMV credit cards or face liability for credit card fraud. U.S. credit card companies, such as Visa, MasterCard and Discover, are making the transition from magnetic Read More
Insider trading has been a high priority for the government since the 2008 financial crisis and continues to be one of the areas of focus by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). While the insider trading laws remain murky, one thing is clear – contrary to what its name might suggest, the government has continuously Read More
Your employees may be your company’s greatest asset, but they can also present your greatest danger. Governmental scrutiny of business activity has never been more intense, and prosecutors are increasingly holding corporations criminally responsible for the acts of their employees. Corporations in highly regulated industries, like health care and banking, stand the highest risk, but Read More
Pharmacists should take a second (and third) look before filling prescriptions for large quantities of controlled substances. Recent criminal prosecutions demonstrate that law enforcement officials are now targeting pharmacies that fill scripts for large amounts of controlled substances.
The day starts like any other day. You get in early, earlier than most of your employees. Your work has barely started, though, when you get an unexpected visitor. Two agents in dark suits. Then two more, and a couple of officers in uniform. It seems like a dozen before they finish coming in. And they say they have a search warrant.