The Court of Appeals has posted its minutes for May 16th, here. Two cases dealing with tort and insurance law were published.

Kentucky Farm Bureau Insurance v. Coyle, 2006-CA-001335, dealing with intentional acts exclusion.

Keith v. Laurel Co. Fiscal Court, et al., 2007-CA-000446, related to slander of title.

Click on the link to read those opinions. Be sure to check back later for digests of those opinions.

The Court of Appeals has published its minutes for May 2nd, here.  Please check back for digests of cases involving tort and insurance law.

The Court of Appeals has posted its minutes for April 18th, here.  Check back for digests of recent published cases.

The Court of Appeals has posted its minutes for April 11th.  Click here for a list of the published and nonpublished cases.  Check back for digests of cases dealing with tort and insurance law.

The Court of Appeals has published its minutes for April 4th.  There was only one published case cited and no published cases dealing with tort and insurance law.

The Court of Appeals has published its minutes for March 28th. There were no published tort and insurance law cases.

The Court of Appeals has published its minutes for March 21st, here.  Please check back for digests of published cases.

Court of Appeals Links

March 17, 2008

Thanks to Mike Stevens of the Kentucky Law Review for posting on the bad links in last week’s court of appeals minutes. Apparently, the links have additional text after the .pdf extension that must be deleted so you can read the case. It appears that the court has since fixed this problem. I can confirm no tort or insurance law cases were published.

The Court of Appeals has published its minutes for March 14th, here. It does not appear that there are any tort or insurance law decisions published. I did have issues with some of the links, so hopefully that will be addressed soon.

The Court of Appeals has published its minutes for March 7th, here. Check back for the digest of an interesting medical malpractice case, involving multiple jury trials and an issue regarding the use of mistrials in Kentucky jurisprudence.