Bench & Bar

SEP 2018

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57 BENCH & BAR | e Leadership Louisville Center has selected Stites & Harbison, PLLC , attorney Jennifer Cave to participate in the Leadership Louisville Class of 2019. e 60-member class will spend 10 months of training and hands-on experi- ences with local leaders who currently tackle the community's biggest challenges. Cave is a member (partner) of Stites & Harbison based in the Louisville office. As a member of the environmental, natural resources & energy service group, Cave works with businesses to ensure compliance with state and federal environmental laws and regulations. Bingham Greenbaum Doll (BGD) is pleased to announce the selection of Jim Irving to the Business Journals' "Influencers: Law Top 100." e list is a culmination of 100 attorneys who are making an impact in business and legal matters and their communities nationwide. Irving was selected by the Business Journals' editors and staff writers to be included and is one of only two attorneys listed from the Louisville area. He is an active member of the Louisville community and is a founding member of the Young Professionals Board of Legal Aid Society of Louisville, an ABI CARE Pro- gram volunteer and a Ruling Elder and Member of Session at 2 nd Presbyterian Church. In addition to his civic and charitable involvement, he is also chair of the bankruptcy & restructuring practice group at BGD and the office managing partner of the Louisville office. Joseph L. Fink III received the award for sustained contributions to scholarship in the field of social and administrative pharmacy from the Social and Administrative Sciences Section of the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy. is occurred during the AACP Annual Meeting in Boston on Sunday, July 22, 2018. e Sustained Scholarship Award recognizes a member of the SAS Section for sustained contributions to scholarship in social and administrative pharmacy. e intent of the award is to encourage mastery of a subject and sustained scholarly contributions to one's field. Dr. Fink is professor of pharmacy law and policy as well as the Kentucky Pharmacists Association Endowed Professor of Leadership at the University of Kentucky College of Pharmacy. He launched his lifelong learning about pharmacy and law with education completed at the Philadelphia College of Pharmacy and Science (B.S.Pharm., 1970) and Georgetown University Law Center ( J.D., 1973). Wyatt, Tarrant & Combs is pleased to announce that Greg Haynes will be awarded as the 2018 outstanding non-alum of the Brandeis School of Law at the University of Louisville at its annual award luncheon to be held on October 25th. e awards honor members of the Brandeis School of Law community who have made significant achievements in the practice of law. Haynes was appointed by Governor Bevin to Kentucky's Public Advo- cacy Commission for a five-year term. Haynes' commitment to the community is reflected in his roles as adjunct professor of trial practice at the Louis D. Brandeis School of Law and director of the Kentucky Opera. He previously served as the president of the Louisville Bar Association, director of the Louisville Metro Parks Board and chairman of the Housing Authority of Louisville. He received his undergraduate degree from Davidson College and his J.D. from the University of Kentucky. Valenti Hanley PLLC is pleased to announce that James P. McCrocklin has joined the firm as of counsel. McCrocklin focuses his practice on securities litigation/arbitration and business liti- gation. He was one of the first attorneys in Kentucky to become certified as a securities arbitrator, is chairman qualified by the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) and its predecessor, and has been involved in hundreds of securities disputes, both as an arbitrator and as an attorney on behalf of customers. He graduated cum laude from the University of Louisville Brandeis School of Law and received his undergradu- ate degree in accounting from the University of Kentucky. e law firm of Gess Mattingly & Atchison is pleased to announce that the following attorneys from the Taylor Law Group have joined in practice with Gess Mattingly on July 1, 2018. Joining as a member is James W. Taylor – business and commercial law, litigation. Joining as an associate is Blake C. Nolan – litigation. e firm will continue to operate from its offices at 201 W. Short Street, Suite 102, Lexington, Ky. Call or Email TODAY | 800.928.6421 | wrl@niai.com | www.NIAI.com Individual Own Occupation Disability Coverage for Kentucky Attorneys No medical exam for KBA members under 50. Quote and apply online at www.NIAI.com/Attorneys KBA Member Semiannual Rates Monthly Coverage Amount: Under 30 yrs 30-39 yrs 40-49 yrs $3,000 $152 $213 $352 $5,000 $252 $354 $585 $10,000 $502 $705 $1,167

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