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MAY 2019 E-News
Melanie S. Bailey authored an article published in the CBA Report regarding the ability of consumers to hold drug manufacturers liable for failure to warn of adverse reactions to prescription medications. In the article, Brand Name Drug or Generic Drug: Generic may foil your client’s failure to warn case, Jan/Feb 2019 CBA Report, Ms. Bailey explains how decisions from the Supreme Court differentiates the responsibilities of manufacturers of brand name drugs versus generic drugs and how that may hamper your ability to hold generic drug manufacturers responsible for failing to warn about potential side effects of their drugs. Read more here.
MELANIE S. BAILEY
Melanie S. Bailey Published in Cincinnati Bar Association Report
KENNETH M. DALY
Kenneth Daly Now Licensed
to Practice in the State of Kentucky
Kentucky Just Got Lucky!
We are pleased to announce that Kenneth Daly, an attorney in the firm with an established practice in Ohio, recently passed the Kentucky bar. Kenneth is excited about the opportunity to expand his practice to include the citizens of the Commonwealth, who undoubtedly will benefit from his experience and expertise. Congratulations to Kenneth Daly and the Commonwealth!
In addition to Mr. Daly, attorneys Melanie Bailey and Jessica Powell, both graduates of Salmon P. Chase College of Law at Northern Kentucky University are also licensed to practice law in Kentucky
DAVID C. HARMAN
Changing the Lives of Underprivileged Boy Scouts
As an Eagle Scout himself, shareholder David Harman and the Professional Leadership Network (“PLN”) are working together to serve the underprivileged youth in the Cincinnati area. Specifically, PLN members provide fundraising and volunteer support to the Hopkins District, which is part of BSA’s Dan Beard Council. The Hopkins District encompasses 19 inner-city communities and serves nearly 2,000 youth. Mr. Harman currently serves as PLN’s Co-Chair of Scouting Activities. In this role, Mr. Harman helps plan and facilitate PLN’s involvement with the Scouting events run by the Hopkins District.