Louisville, Kentucky Civil Rights Lawyers
Patricia opened her law firm in 2005 after practicing law in the Louisville area for over 20 years. While this is a general civil practice, the firm focuses on business and employment law. Ms. Abell represents clients in employment matters that include federal and state antidiscrimination statutes, severance agreements, non-compete agreements, unemployment hearings, investigations, and personnel policies and procedures. The firm's practice also includes employment litigation in state and federal courts and before administrative agencies. The firm also represents business contract disputes, lease agreements.
Louisville native practicing criminal and civil litigation in Jefferson County and the surrounding counties. Admitted in Kentucky, the United States District Court for the Western District of Kentucky, and the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit. Adjunct Instructor of Criminal Justice Studies at Bellarmine University.
My name is Michael P. Sullivan and I am an attorney in Louisville, Kentucky. The vast majority of my practice since 1990 has been (and remains) devoted to Social Security Disability matters. Disability is what I do and my staff is well trained in only this field of law. This field of law requires that a practitioner have (or be willing to obtain) an in-depth knowledge of a host of medical issues, as well as being adept at administrative law. My engineering background has provided a technology knowledge base that I can utilize to better prepare, track, and present cases. The...
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Aldridge & Aldridge, PSC is a husband-wife law practice focusing on family issues, including divorce, child custody, child support, and parenting time. Other areas include litigation involving victims rights, general civil litigation, automobile accident, and criminal law. At Aldridge & Aldridge, PSC, we strive to provide quality, professional representation at a reasonable cost.