AOC’s Position on HB424 Explained

Scott Furkin, General Counsel, Administrative Office of the Courts, Kentucky, explains the confusion over the implementation of HB424 in a letter to be published next month in the Louisville Bar Briefs. You can read it Download hb424expain.pdf, now.

Scott Furkin, General Counsel, Administrative Office of the Courts, Kentucky, explains the confusion over the implementation of HB424 in a letter to be published next month in the Louisville Bar Briefs. You can read it Download hb424expain.pdf, now.
COMMENT: It does appear that the legislature yielded to the Kentucky Rules of Civil Procedure, so we must wait for the Rules to be amended before the clerks will accept pleadings under seal. Until then, we have to file all the private information in the public record.

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