Cases Hot Off The Press
HERALD LEADER ATTORNEY GENERAL’S OPINION AUGUST 2016: In the newest round of efforts to shed light on the activities of UK, the Attorney General issued an August 31, 2016 (16-ORD-193), opinion addressing the refusal of UK to provide documents in response to a Herald Leader Open Records request for matters involving the Hazard cardiology practice acquired by UK and the expenses and fees paid by UK or KMSF to their lawyer and law firm Sheppard Mullin since 2013. The AG determined that UK’s refusal to provide records for in camera inspection by the AG to consider UK’s asserted exemptions violated the Open Records Act.
2017 Mike Meuser’s speaking schedule:
Mike is scheduled to speak at the National Equine Law Conference in Lexington, Kentucky.
Previously, in 2015 Mike spoke to the Commercial Breeders’ Association and at the Annual Convention of the American Association of Equine Practitioners (AAEP) in Las Vegas on pre purchase examinations and auction sale radiograph reports.
On February 5, 2016, he spoke on a panel for racing medication at the National Horsemans’ Benevolent and Protective Association convention in Tampa.
On February 27, 2016, he spoke to the Tennessee Veterinary Association on pre purchase examinations.
In May 2016 he spoke at the National Equine Law Conference in Lexington, Kentucky on the topic of pre purchase examinations.
2015 Bob Miller posthumously honored:
In April 2015 The American College of Equine Attorneys posthumously inducted Bob Miller into their “Hall of Fame”.
2013 Outstanding Kentucky Equine Lawyer Award
Michael D. Meuser and Michelle Hurley, both attorneys and shareholders at Miller, Griffin & Marks, P.S.C., were named co-winners of the Edward S. Bonnie 2013 Outstanding Kentucky Equine Lawyer Award by the Equine Law Section of the Kentucky Bar Association. The award was presented during a ceremony at Churchill Downs Racetrack on November 20, 2013 in recognition of their representation of Dr. Rodney Stewart in connection with the landmark decision in Dr. Rodney Stewart v. Kentucky Horse Racing Commission. Meuser is the Chair and Hurley a Member of the firm’s Equine Practice Group. (Press Release from 12/11/2013)