Monthly Archives: March 2013

Case update: Morgan v. Getter and the role of a GAL

By John H. Jelmers, Jr. In Morgan v.Getter (rendered Feb. 22, 2013, and designated “To Be Published”), the Kentucky Court of Appeals rendered a first-ever decision regarding the role of attorneys representing children in contested custody hearings. The practice  of appointing lawyers, called guardians ad litem (or GALs) is common in many jurisdictions in Kentucky; however, […]

Attorneys Cassis and Silletto to hold Second Amendment Town Hall meeting

GS attorneys Chuck Cassis and Aaron Silletto will be holding a “Second Amendment Town Hall Meeting” next week, sponsored by Openrange and co-sponsored by Goldberg Simpson. At the meeting, Cassis and Silletto will present a brief primer on recent Second Amendment case law and statutory developments, and answer questions from the audience about their Second Amendment rights. […]

GS construction lawyers build a solid case in Frankfort

The Goldberg Simpson trial team of Steve Smith and Sarah Tilley tried a construction law case this week in the Franklin Circuit Court before the Honorable Judge Thomas D. Wingate. Paralegal Joni Pardue also provided valuable assistance to the team. Goldberg Simpson represented the Commonwealth of Kentucky’s Finance and Administration Cabinet in this three-day bench trial, defending 15-year old charges by a bonding company […]