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Lawsuit Archives - DelCotto Law Group

LLC’s, Creditors and Authority to File Bankruptcy

November 20, 2017
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Limited liability companies (LLC’s) are the entity of choice these days for small, medium and even huge (think General Motors) businesses.  Laws governing the operation of LLC’s vary from state to state, but tend to offer owners greater flexibility and control than for other entities. LLC […]

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POOR DUKE: What do Christian Laettner and Aubrey McClendon Have in Common?

August 25, 2016
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By: Laura Day DelCotto, Esq.

So, this is not a very good week for Duke University and media headlines.  As a life-long Kentuckian, I feel so bad for them.   Even Duke University can get caught up in debtor/creditor fiascos.

That should make the rest of us […]

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Kentucky’s ‘At The Well’ Rule: Who’s Responsible for Severance Tax Payments?

March 8, 2016
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KENTUCKY’S “AT-THE-WELL” RULE PROHIBITS A
LESSEE UNDER AN OIL AND GAS LEASE FROM DEDUCTING ANY
SEVERANCE TAXES PRIOR TO CALCULATING A ROYALTY VALUE
ABSENT A SPECIFIC LEASE PROVISION APPORTIONING SUCH TAXES.

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Consolidated Pilot/Flying J Litigation Heading to Kentucky

April 11, 2014
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On April 7, 2014, the U.S. Judicial Panel on Multidistrict Litigation consolidated seven separate lawsuits (pending in six different jurisdictions) against, among others, Pilot Corp. (Pilot) and Pilot Travel Centers LLC d/b/a Pilot Flying J (Flying J). The Panel transferred the consolidation “multidistrict” litigation to […]

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