Gilda’s Club Associate Board

Congratulations to Allison Bell and Jarad Key who were voted on to the Gilda’s Club Associate Board. Gilda’s Club Louisville is a cancer support community that recognizes the emotional and social support needs of all individuals whose lives have been altered by cancer,  whether patients, survivors, care givers, or family... Continue Reading »

Key Wins a Defense Verdict

Jarad Key, an associate at Goldberg Simpson, was mentioned in the Kentucky Trial Reporter for his most recent trial win in Indiana.  Mr. Key represented Thorntons, Inc. in a lawsuit filed in Indiana by a Plaintiff who fell in one of Thornton’s convenient stores.  Mr. Key obtained a defense verdict... Continue Reading »

Outstanding Law Firm 2017

Goldberg Simpson, LLC is pleased to announce that the firm has been selected to be honored by the Volunteer Lawyer Program of the Legal Aid Society for its exemplary work this past year on behalf of the Legal Aid Society’s clients. Goldberg Simpson, LLC will be recognized as Outstanding Law... Continue Reading »

Outstanding Lawyer Volunteer 2017

CONGRATULATIONS to Louis Waterman for having been selected to be honored by the Volunteer Lawyer Program of the Legal Aid Society for his exemplary work this past year.  He will be recognized as one of four attorneys who will be named as an OUTSTANDING VOLUNTEER LAWYER FOR 2017.

Kentucky Manufactured Housing Institute Application for a Declaratory Order, Case No. 2016-00305

Goldberg Simpson attorney Gregory Dutton was successful in efforts on behalf of the Kentucky Manufactured Housing Institute (“KMHI”) to seek a declaratory order from the Kentucky Public Service Commission (“KPSC”) finding that manufactured home communities utilizing submetering for providing water service to tenants are outside the jurisdiction of the KPSC.... Continue Reading »

Louisville Gas and Electric (“LG&E”) Application for a Rate Increase, Case No. 2016-00371

Goldberg Simpson attorney Gregory Dutton represented the Louisville/Jefferson County Metro Government before the Kentucky Public Service Commission (“KPSC”) in LG&E’s most recent request for a rate increase. As a result of the settlement reached between Louisville Metro, LG&E and other intervening parties, Louisville Metro will see $650,000 in annual savings... Continue Reading »