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Lexington’s Scott Clark lends his passion for metal detecting to unearthing new facets of state history Read more

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Opening in 2016, Lexington is about to play home to what its developers hope is a truly unique retail, dining and living experience — The Summit at Fritz Farm (The Summit). Situated on the corner of Nicholasville Road and Man O’... Read more

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Opening in 2016, Lexington is about to play home to what its developers hope is a truly unique retail, dining and living experience — The Summit at Fritz Farm (The Summit). Situated on the corner of Nicholasville Road and Man O’... Read more

Business

When her grandmother died several years ago, Erin Reynolds-Turner faced the choice of what to do with the clothes her grandmother left behind.“She had all these really gorgeous, mostly custom-made clothes that I couldn’t bear... Read more

Business

The first Monday in October marks the statutorily mandated beginning of the Supreme Court’s new term. As with any term, the cases scheduled for argument so far might have a broad effect on how central Kentucky businesses operate, from... Read more

Business

It was only natural that John Smithwick would be interested in bitcoin. “I’ve always been fascinated with the idea of what currency is,” Smithwick said. “Maybe 10 years ago, I... Read more

Community

Lexington, KY – The Supreme Court handed down a pair of decisions yesterday that have the potential to affect the business landscape in the coming years. In Burwell v. Hobby Lobby Stores, Inc., the case dealt with... Read more

Business

The American Bar Association (ABA) recently released employment statistics for the 2013 law school graduation year. While the amount of graduating attorneys employed at law firms or who chose to act as solo practitioners stayed relatively... Read more

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With apologies to Thomas Wolfe, law firms in the post-downturn economy are discovering what “you can’t go home again” truly means. The 2014 Citi-Hildebrandt Client Advisory, released in mid-January, had a slightly rosier outlook... Read more

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In central Kentucky a new type of partnership is taking place, centered around the notion that some impediments to the health and well-being of children might be resolved by legal, in addition to medical, means. Child Advocacy Today... Read more

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The Affordable Care Act has begun implementation, which will have a profound effect on Kentucky businesses and their role in providing health insurance to employees. Many businesses will be under an “employer mandate” to provide... Read more

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When the Jumpstart Our Business Startups Act of 2012 passed, the Securities and Exchange Commission was given the task of promulgating rules to allow and promote the crowdfunding of equity (currently limited by law for non-accredited... Read more

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Technological breakthroughs have always posed a problem for regulators, but social media seems to have lately created even larger regulatory headaches in the area of corporate law.The Securities and Exchange Commission, for example,... Read more

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Mike Angelucci is not shy about what drives the success of his business, Angelucci Acoustical.“I have the best crew,” he said. “It is not me — they make my company what it is.”Having been in this line of work... Read more

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The growing pains accompanying advances in technology often can clash with regulatory policy that is slow to adapt to these rapid-fire changes. Nowhere is this more evident than a recent Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) investigation... Read more

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Lexington, KY - Mr. Stipes: I’m sure you’ve been inundated with responses to your comments in USA Today about the “Kentucky Kicks Ass” rebranding effort, in which you seemingly dismissed an effort by a group... Read more

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"Because there’s no money in it.” This as a pithy response from Art Shechet, co-owner of Natasha’s Bar & Bistro, when responding to a question about why there are so few tenured music venues in the Lexington area. His tongue,... Read more

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A Kentucky law concerning certification of companies that move household goods is receiving a two-pronged attack from a local business that says it will be forced out of the market if the certification process takes place. Wildcat Moving,... Read more

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The story began with an unassuming male customer chatting up the bartender at a local winery. The conversation turned to the Christmas music playing in the background, to which the female bartender gave a vague response about it maybe... Read more

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Local attorney assess implications for businessIn the larger news surrounding the recent Supreme Court decision on the Affordable Care act, a local law professor found... Read more

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