This blog, written by Thomas E. Rutledge, focuses primarily on business entity law in Kentucky. Postings on contract law, contractual and statutory construction, and the entity law of other jurisdictions appear as well. There may as well be some random discussions of classical, medieval and renaissance history.
Friday, February 20, 2015
Stettenbenz v. Butch’s Rod Shop, Inc. Ordered Not To Be Published
v. Butch’s Rod Shop, Inc. Ordered Not To Be
v. Butch’s Rod Shop LLC, 2013 WL 4779862 (Ky. App.Sept. 6, 2013) the Court of Appeals addressed
the standard required to award expectancy damages with respect to a breach of
contract action while also rejecting rejecting a suggestion that the veil of
the corporate debtor should be pierced. The
opinion, which is reviewed HERE IS A LINK, was designated as “Not To Be
On February 11, 2015, the Kentucky
Supreme Court denied a motion for discretionary review.In addition, and I’m not sure as to why this
was done as it appears to have been redundant, the Supreme Court ordered that
the Court of Appeal’s decision not be published.