Bench & Bar

JAN 2018

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63 BENCH & BAR | Have an item for Who, What, When & Where? The Bench & Bar wel- comes brief announcements about member placements, promotions, relocations and honors. Notices are printed at no cost and must be submitted in writing to: Managing Editor, Bench & Bar, 514 West Main Street, Frankfort, KY 40601 or by email to sroberts@kybar.org. Digital photos must be a minimum of 300 dpi and two (2) inches tall from top of head to shoulders. There is a $10 fee per photograph appearing with announcements. Paid professional announcements are also available. Please make checks payable to the Kentucky Bar Association. 4W WHO, WHAT, WHEN & WHERE ON THE MOVE WHO, WHAT, WHEN & WHERE Goldberg Simpson , is pleased to announce that Samuel E. T. Jones as an associate attorney. His main areas of practice primarily include insurance defense and business and commercial litigation, as well as corporate formations and services. Jones earned a B.S. in political science with minors in economics and Spanish from the University of Louisville. He received his J.D. from the University of Kentucky College of Law. While in law school, Jones was actively involved in the Student Bar Association, Trial Advocacy Board, Black Law Student Association, and served as a staff writer for the Kentucky Journal for Equine, Agricultural, and Natural Resource Law. He also served as a summer clerk for Justice Bill Cunningham of the Kentucky Supreme Court and was a U.S. District Court Judicial Fellows Program Member in the Eastern Kentucky District of Kentucky. In 2016, Jones completed the nationally acclaimed Entre- preneurship MBA program at the University of Louisville where he developed additional skills pertaining to developing start-up companies, venture capital, and effective business management, which add to his abilities to respond to a variety of client and business needs. Fultz Maddox Dickens PLC announces that Sarah Reddick has joined the firm as an asso- ciate where she will concentrate her practice in commercial litigation and healthcare law. Red- dick earned her J.D., magna cum laude, from the University of Louisville Brandeis School of Law in 2015; her Master of Arts degree in history from the University of Louisville in 2012; and her Bachelor of Arts degree in history, summa cum laude, with an Honors Diploma from Murray State University in 2010. e Brandeis School of Law faculty selected her as the Outstanding Graduating Senior in Law for the Class of 2015. After graduating from law school, Reddick served as a law clerk to the Honorable Senior U.S. District Judge Charles R. Simpson, III, of the United States District Court for the Western District of Kentucky. After that, she served as a law clerk to the Honorable Magistrate Judge Colin H. Lindsay of the United States District Court for the Western District of Kentucky. Wyatt, Tarrant & Combs welcomes Brian A. Veeneman to the firm's Louisville office. Veene- man maintains an active construction law practice representing owners, general and specialty con- tractors, material suppliers, design professionals and bonding companies. His work also involves counsel regarding contract drafting, customi- zation and negotiation, as well as all levels of dispute resolution proceedings. Veeneman is a member of the American Bar Asso- ciation's Litigation Section and the Forum on the Construction Industry, including the Owners and Lenders section and the Spe- cialty Trade Contractors and Suppliers section. He is also a former chair of the Kentucky Bar Association's Construction and Public Law Section. Veeneman earned his J.D. from the University of Louisville Louis D. Brandeis School of Law and his MBA and B.S. (chemical engineering) from the University of Louisville. Elizabeth Barrera has joined the litigation team in McBrayer's Lexington office. A problem-solver by nature, Barrera strives to take a burden off her clients by looking at each case from all angles and presenting a way forward to satisfy her clients' best outcomes. Having recently returned from living in Germany, Barrera is pleased to be prac- ticing back in her Lexington hometown with the McBrayer team. Bingham Greenebaum Doll LLP (BGD) is pleased to announce that the firm has welcomed six new attorneys in to their Louisville office: Jenny Bobbitt , Amanda Dohn , Laura Habein , Michael Mercurio , Kyle Miller , and Gail Oppenheimer . Jenny Bobbitt joins the corporate services department in Louisville as an associ- ate. Bobbitt focuses her practice on corporate governance, finance, franchising, and general contract and business law. Prior to joining BGD, she worked as an associate at Dinsmore & Shohl handling commercial litigation and employment law matters. Bobbitt is a graduate of Washington University in St. Louis School of Law

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