Louisville Magazine

MAR 2012

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Environmental Law 37 Dennis J. Conniff, Frost Brown Todd Bradley E. Dillon, Bingham Greenebaum Doll Tomas J. FitzGerald, Kentucky Resources Council Adam T. Goebel, Goebel Law Office Timothy J. Hagerty, Frost Brown Todd Carl H. Horneman, Wyatt Tarrant & Combs W. Patrick Stallard, Stites & Harbison Ronald R. Van Stockum, Jr., Attorney at law Ethics & Professional Law 43 John T. Ballantine, Stoll Keenon Ogden Matthew W. Breetz, Stites & Harbison Charles J. (Mike) Cronan IV, Stites & Harbison L. Chad Elder, Elder & Good Sheldon G. Gilman, Lynch, Cox, Gilman & Goodman Brian Robert, Elder & Good Sweeney City of Louisville v . In a case that blew holes in the 1896 U.S. Supreme Court- established doctrine of "separate but equal" as it pertained to Louisville, three African-American citizens filed an ulti- mately successful suit against the city in 1947 for being denied their rights to, respectively, golf, fish and attend a theater performance in municipal whites-only parks because the city provided no comparable alternative facili- ties for them. Te suit was first dismissed in Jefferson Circuit Court, and then the dismissal was upheld in the state Court of Appeals, on the grounds that — we're not making this up — allowing blacks into recreational facilities set up for whites' enjoyment would infringe on whites' ability to enjoy themselves, that "in this state, the principle of the social separation of the two races has been universally recognized." Eventually a U.S. District Court panel of judges decided in 1951 that to lawfully keep the races socially separate in regard to municipal parks facilities, the city would be required to construct comparable golf courses, fishing lakes and outdoor theaters for African-American citizens, and until their completion, the plaintiffs had the right to use the facilities from which they had been excluded. [74] LOUISVILLE MAGAZINE 3.12 Francis J. Mellen, Jr., Wyatt Tarrant & Combs Peter L. Ostermiller, Attorney at law Charles M. Pritchett, Jr., Frost Brown Todd Health Care Law 60 Joseph L. Ardery, Frost Brown Todd Vickie Yates Brown, Frost Brown Todd Carole D. Christian, Wyatt Tarrant & Combs Charles J. (Mike) Cronan IV, Stites & Harbison L. Chad Elder, Elder & Good Jennifer Landrum Elliott, Stites & Harbison Brian R. Good, Elder & Good J. Wade Hendricks, Stoll Keenon Ogden Billy J. Mabry, Frost Brown Todd Teodore T. Myre, Wyatt Tarrant & Combs William K. Oldham, Middleton Reutlinger Peter L. Turman, Bingham Greenebaum Doll Immigration & Naturalization Law 24 Dennis M. Clare, Sr., Law Office of Dennis M. Clare Matthew P. Gunn, Frost Brown Todd Jeffrey K. McClain, McClain De Wees Sheila T. Minihane, Stoll Keenon Ogden Dan L. Owens, Frost Brown Todd Kenji Tashiro, Bingham Greenebaum Doll Individual Rights/ Constitutional Law 40 Garry R. Adams, Clay Frederick Adams Daniel J. Canon, Clay Frederick Adams Jon L. Fleischaker, Dinsmôre & Shohl Francis J. Mellen, Jr., Wyatt Tarrant & Combs William E. Sharp, ACLU of Kentucky Sheryl G. Snyder, Frost Brown Todd Information Technology Law Joel T. Beres, Stites & Harbison Michael de Leon Hawthorne, Bingham Greenebaum Doll Cynthia Leigh Stewart, Frost Brown Todd Lynn H. Wangerin, Stoll Keenon Ogden Insurance Law 102 Matthew W. Breetz, Stites & Harbison Christopher S. Burnside, Frost Brown Todd Charles H. Cassis, Goldberg Simpson Mark S. Fenzel, Middleton Reutlinger Barbara Hartung, Bingham Greenebaum Doll Paul J. Hershberg, Seiller Waterman Douglas W. Langdon, Frost Brown Todd Holland N. McTyeire V, Binghom Greenebaum Doll Donald L. Miller II, Quintairos, Prieto, Wood & Boyer Christopher M. Mussler, Gwin, Steinmetz & Baird Christopher P. O'Bryan, O'Bryan, Brown & Toner William B. Orberson, Phillips Parker Orberson & Arnett Michael D. Risley, Stites & Harbison Robert L. Steinmetz, Gwin, Steinmetz & Baird 25

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