Louisville Magazine

MAR 2012

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Administrative Law 55 Frank Chuppe, Jr., Wyatt Tarrant & Combs Robert Michael Connolly, Stites & Harbison L. Chad Elder, Elder & Good Tomas Wesley Faulkner, Faulkner Law Offices Brian R. Good, Elder & Good Kenneth S. Handmaker, Stoll Keenon Ogden Holland N. McTyeire V, Bingham Greene- baum Doll ÔKendrick R. Riggs, Stoll Keenon Ogden John Edmund Selent, Dinsmôre & Shohl Antitrust & Trade Regulation 43 ÔJohn K. Bush, Bingham Greenebaum Doll ÔWilliam J. Hunter, Jr., Stoll Keenon Ogden John S. Reed II, Reed Weitkamp Schell & Vice Merrill S. Schell, Wyatt Tarrant & Combs John Edmund Selent, Dinsmôre & Shohl R. James Straus, Frost Brown Todd Appellate Law 94 Brent Robert Baughman, Bingham Greene- baum Doll Bethany A. Breetz, Stites & Harbison Kevin Crosby Burke, Burke Law Office John K. Bush, Bingham Greenebaum Doll John David Dyche, Fultz Maddox Hovious & Dickens Francis William Heft, Jr., Office of the Federal Defender Paul Hershberg, Seiller Waterman Bradley R. Hume, Tompson Miller & Simpson Michael Mazzoli, Cox & Mazzoli Commonwealth Ignatow v . In one of the most chilling and notorious "double jeop- ardy" cases in Louisville history, 53-year-old Mel Igna- tow was brought to trial in late 1991 for the torture and murder of a woman he had been dating, 36-year-old Brenda Schaefer, in 1988. (Te body wasn't found for 16 months.) Doubting the key testimony of a former Igna- tow girlfriend who halfheartedly admitted to witnessing — and photographing for the killer — the crime, and not swayed by a poor-quality, surreptitiously obtained audio recording of Ignatow incriminating himself, the jury chose to acquit. A year later, after a carpetlayer found film canisters and Schaefer jewelry items inside a hidden heating vent at Ignatow's Plainview home, he was tried and convicted of perjury in his pre-murder-trial grand jury testimony, at which time — free from being tried again for the murder — he provided lurid details of the torture. He served five years, then was tried and convicted of perjury from another court appearance, putting him behind bars for another 4½ years. [68] LOUISVILLE MAGAZINE 3.12 Deborah H. Patterson, Wyatt Tarrant & Combs Walter L. Sales, Stoll Keenon Ogden Virginia H. Snell, Wyatt Tarrant & Combs Sheryl G. Snyder, Frost Brown Todd Griffin Terry Sumner, Frost Brown Todd Banking Law Gregory Scott Berman, Wyatt Tarrant & Combs Ivan Marshall Diamond, Bingham Greene- baum Doll Clyde H. Foshee, Jr., Morgan & Pottinger Charles D. Greenwell, Goldberg Simpson June Nalley King, Bingham Greenebaum Doll John T. McGarvey, Morgan & Pottinger Arthur Adams Rouse, Wyatt Tarrant & Combs J. David Smith, Jr., Stoll Keenon Ogden R. James Straus, Frost Brown Todd Cynthia W. Young, Wyatt Tarrant & Combs Bankruptcy Law 74 Sara L. Abner, Frost Brown Todd John W. Ames, Bingham Greenebaum Doll Neil Charles Bordy, Seiller Waterman Claude R. (Chip) Bowles, Jr., Bingham Greenebaum Doll Robert L. Brown, Bingham Greenebaum Doll David Marcus Cantor, Seiller Waterman Tomas W. Frentz, Middleton Reutlinger Lea Pauley Goff, Stoll Keenon Ogden Edward (Ted) Michael King, Frost Brown Todd Michael W. McClain II, Baldinger McClain Brian Hugh Meldrum, Stites & Harbison Jan C. Morris, Lowen & Morris Mark Alvin Robinson, Valenti Hanley & Robinson Wallace H. Spalding III, Spalding & Spalding Law Office Bet-the-company Litigation 94 Tad M. Barnes, Stites & Harbison John K. Bush, Bingham Greenebaum Doll Philip W. Collier, Stites & Harbison Donald L. Cox, Lynch, Cox, Gilman & Good- man John R. Crockett III, Frost Brown Todd Charles (Mike) J. Cronan IV, Stites & Harbison K. Gregory Haynes, Wyatt Tarrant & Combs Samuel D. Hinkle IV, Stoll Keenon Ogden Robert Gregg Hovious, Fultz Maddox Hovious Dickens 68

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