Louisville Magazine

MAR 2012

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Anuj G. Rastogi, Seiller Waterman James R. Straus, Frost Brown Todd Patrick J. Welsh, Bingham Greenebaum Doll Criminal Defense Law— White-collar 72 James Barton Adams, Jr., Haddad Law Office Brian Butler, Dathorne & Butler ÔScott C. Cox, Cox & Mazzoli Alexander Dathorne, Dathorne & Butler Craig C. Dilger, Stoll Keenon Ogden Rob Eggert, Attorney at law David A. Lambertus, Interchange Law Office Frank Mascagni III, Mascagni Law Office Mike Mazzoli, Cox & Mazzoli Christie Moore, Bingham Greenebaum Doll Marc Shawn Murphy, Stites & Harbison Stephen B. Pence, Pence & Ogburn Steven Rush Romines, Romines, Weis & Young Robert Webb, Frost Brown Todd Kurtsinger City of Louisville Hasken City of Louisville v . The two suits — the first settled in 2009, the second ongoing — involve more than 1,000 retired or still- employed Louisville firefighters whose overtime pay stretching back to 1985 was found by the Kentucky Labor Cabinet and the courts to have been miscalculated by the City of Louisville. Te Kurtsinger (lead plaintiff) settle- ment ultimately cost the city close to $50 million, payable to 834 former or current firefighters, many of whom have joined another suit against the law firms that arranged the settlement. Te payout total for the ongoing Hasken suit, which includes 124 retiree plaintiffs who chose not to accept the Kurtsinger settlement as well as a growing number of the 94 "left-behinds" — those entitled retirees who, for whatever reason, didn't take part previously in either suit against the city — could reach as much as $35.5 million, according to lead Hasken attorney Ann Oldfather. [72] LOUISVILLE MAGAZINE 3.12 James Barton Adams, Jr., Haddad Law Office Brian Butler, Dathorne & Butler Scott C. Cox, Cox & Mazzoli Alexander Dathorne, Dathorne & Butler Rob Eggert, Attorney at law Mark Alexander Fleming, Attorney at law David A. Lambertus, Interchange Law Office Frank Mascagni III, Mascagni Law Office Richard Meena, Jr., Law Offices of Richard Meena, Jr. Patrick J. Renn, Attorney at law Steven Rush Romines, Romines, Weis & Young Steve Clark Schroering, Law Offices of Steven Schroering Teodore S. Shouse, Attorney at law Robert Kent Westberry, Landrum & Shouse Kent Wicker, Reed Wicker Criminal Defense Law— Non-white-collar 96 Jeffrey B. Skora, Law Offices of Jeffrey B. Skora Disability Law 38 Wayne C. Daub, Law Offices of Wayne C. Daub Bernard M. Faller, Kentucky Elderlaw Shannon R. Fauver, Fauver Law Office Shannon Antle Hamilton, Stites & Harbison Christopher M. Harrell, Law Office of Christo- pher M. Harrell Michael P. Sullivan, Law Office of Michael P. Sullivan Alvin D. Wax, Law Offices of Alvin D. Wax Divorce Law Mitchell A. Charney, Goldberg Simpson Mark W. Dobbins, Tilford Dobbins Alexander Laurel S. Doheny, Pregliasco Straw-Boone & Doheny Tomas W. Frentz, Middleton Reutlinger Douglas Haynes, Fernandez Haynes & Kohn J. Russell Lloyd, Attorney at law R. Gary Lowen, Lowen & Morris Ann B. Oldfather, Oldfather Law Firm Delores (Dee) Pregliasco, Pregliasco Straw- Boone & Doheny Diana L. Skaggs, Diana L. Skaggs & Associates Melanie Straw-Boone, Pregliasco Straw-Boone & Doheny Louis I. Waterman, Fore Miller & Schwartz Louis P. Winner, Seiller Waterman Domestic Relations— Non-divorce Mitchell A. Charney, Goldberg Simpson Laurel S. Doheny, Pregliasco Straw-Boone & Doheny Douglas Haynes, Fernandez Haynes & Kohn John H. Helmers, Jr., Helmers DeMuth & Walton Stacy Anne Hoehle, Seiller Waterman William L. Hoge III, Hoge & Associates Delores (Dee) Pregliasco, Pregliasco Straw- Boone & Doheny Diana L. Skaggs, Diana L. Skaggs & Associates Melanie Straw-Boone, Pregliasco Straw-Boone & Doheny W. Waverly Townes, Mosley, Sauer, Townes & Watkins 72 88

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