FRANKFORT, Ky. (KT) - The House Judiciary Committee passed a bill that would regulate contracts the Attorney General could enter in to for outside counsel on a contingency fee basis despite concerns from Democratic lawmakers.
A bill to bring more accountability and transparency to taxpayer dollars by capping the amount of contingency fees collected by private attorneys for government work, passed through the House Judiciary Committee Wednesday.
FRANKFORT, Ky. — The House Health and Family Services Committee gave clearance to confidential medical peer review panels Thursday. While testifying, Wuchner, R-Florence, defined the issue of peer review as a health care issue and not simply a legal liability issue – a...
On the first day of the 2018 session, a bill to allow a constitutional amendment to give voters, via their elected representatives, the ability to make the state’s legal environment more competitive was filed as Senate Bill 2.