Air travel seems to be getting more stressful every year -- even before you board the plane. If you're returning to the U.S. from overseas, you'll have some interaction with Customs and Border Patrol (CBP) officers. They take a greater interest in some travelers than others for a host of reasons. However, if you are asked to hand over your phone, tablet, laptop or other devices to a CBP or other government employee, it's important to know what your rights are.
A November ruling by the Kentucky Supreme Court brought good news for those who have been injured due to medical malpractice in Kentucky.
This month, the Kentucky Supreme Court said that it will not hear a long-disputed case involving a proposed condominium development in the Highlands area of Louisville. The case involved plans for a 15-story, 24-unit condominium in the upscale Cherokee Triangle area of the city overlooking Cherokee Park. Construction can now proceed.
Businesses all over Kentucky do everything possible to avoid getting into disputes with other businesses, employees, customers and other entities. As hard as these companies try, it's still possible to get involved in business disputes in Louisville. The most successful companies know how to resolve those issues before they become too much of a problem.
Western Kentucky University has decided to shutter its flower shop after failing to resolve complaints of unfair competition made by local flower shops, according to a news report. The complaints came from a group of flower shop owners in the area that said the school has an unfair advantage because it would be subsidized by a public entity.