William F. McMurry represents a child inappropriately photographed by Father Stephen Pohl at St. Margaret Mary parish and he is seeking witnesses who may have knowledge of similar instances where Father Pohl took inappropriate photos of other children. He is also seeking witnesses who have complained of Father Pohl’s conduct to St. Margaret Mary school teachers, principals, employees or employees or officials of the Archdiocese of Louisville.
Spotlight tells the true story of how ‘The Boston Globe’ worked to uncover the scandal of child molestation within the local Catholic Archdiocese. See: ‘Spotlight’ has echoes of Louisville priest cases
On Monday, November 2, 2015, the Sixth Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals rejected liquor-giant Diageo’s defense that property owners’ had no right to pursue litigation against Diageo due to federal preemption by the Clean Air Act. This is a major development in the case and will allow litigation to proceed in the lower court. Read…
The Court held a hearing omn May 27, 2015. For the reasons stated below, the Court will grant in part, and deny in part, Defendants’ Motion to Dismiss… Read the entire order overruling the defendant [PDF].
Kentucky Civil Rights Hall of Fame Oral History Project – William F. McMurry’s interview with famed reporter Betty Baye on his life and induction into the Kentucky Civil Rights Hall of Fame. See the Interview
It’s called “the angel’s cut,” but there could be the devil to pay as officials move to curtail the release of ethanol that is a byproduct of rum distillation and storage on St. Croix. At a hearing Wednesday before the Senate Health, Hospital and Human Services Committee, lawmakers and officials said they were ready to…
ST. CROIX — The Senate Committee on Health, Hospital and Human Services, chaired by Sen. Kurt Vialet, met at the Fritz Lawetz Conference Room on Wednesday to hear testimony and discuss the rum fungus issue affecting the west end of the island. Read more at The Virgin Islands Consortium.
A hearing will take place on St. Croix later this month as Diageo USVI, Inc. and Cruzan VIRIL, Ltd., owners of St. Croix’s two distilleries, seek to have a lawsuit regarding the impact of rum fungus dismissed. See: Hearing set in St. Croix rum fungus lawsuit,at Virgin Island Daily News
Kentucky loves its Bourbon but some Kentuckians are blaming the spirit for a nasty and potentially harmful problem: fungus. -LEX18.com, NBC LEX18.com | Continuous News and StormTracker Weather LEX 18 Investigates: Whiskey Fungus.
A lawyer who on Friday won a big ruling that revives a battle in Louisville over whiskey fungus from aging bourbon said city officials could solve the problem, if they wanted to…. See The Courier Journal story and video: Appeals Court revives whiskey fungus lawsuit