August 7, 2017 -- Judy Unthank v. Al J. Schneider Company, et al.

The Jefferson Circuit Court, in Louisville, Kentucky, granted summary judgment to Lockaby PLLC client, Al J. Schneider Company, dismissing all of the plaintiff's negligence claims, a rarity for premises-liability matters in Kentucky.

Summary Judgment


July 31, 2017 -- Lockaby PLLC and its client, a homosexual man who was denied employment by a national bank because of his sexual orientation, reached a favorable settlement with the prospective employer, resolving a sex discrimination claim arising under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act and the Kentucky Civil Rights Act.

Confidential Settlement (Employee)


Confidential Settlement (Employee)

September 15, 2016 -- Lockaby PLLC and its client, a female employee who quit her job due to persistent sexual harassment in the workplace, reached a favorable confidential settlement with the employer, resolving a sex discrimination / hostile work environment claim arising under the Kentucky Civil Rights Act.


Confidential Settlement (Employee)

September 14, 2016 -- Lockaby PLLC and its client, a terminated employee, reached a favorable confidential settlement with the employer regarding claims for retaliation in violation of KRS 342.197, which prohibits retaliation for filing or pursuing a workers' compensation claim.


Summary Judgment (Employer)

August 10, 2016 -- Golliher v. Kmart Corp., 2016 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 105493 (E.D. Ky. 2016).

The U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Kentucky granted summary judgment to Lockaby PLLC client, Kmart Corporation, holding that Kmart was immune from the plaintiff's negligence claims under the Kentucky Workers' Compensation Act.


Court of Appeals Victory

June 17, 2016 -- Keeton v. Feinberg, 493 S.W.3d 841 (Ky. Ct. App. 2016).

The Kentucky Court of Appeals reversed the Carter Circuit Court's denial of a motion to dismiss, holding that Lockaby PLLC client, a prominent psychologist in central Kentucky, was entitled to quasi-judicial immunity, and remanding to the Carter Circuit Court for entry of judgment in favor of client and dismissal of lawsuit.


Summary Judgment (Employer)

May 17, 2016 -- Gordon v. Toys R Us-Delaware, Inc. (Jefferson Circuit Court).

The Jefferson Circuit Court granted summary judgment to Lockaby PLLC client, Toys R Us, holding that the company was immune from the plaintiff's negligence claims under the Kentucky Workers' Compensation Act.