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Steven T. Clark

Associate, Louisville

Steven joined Stoll Keenon Ogden in 2015 and is an Associate in the Labor, Employment & Employee Benefits practice. He represents employers in a wide variety of workplace issues, including discrimination claims, wage and hour disputes, compliance and prevention.

At the planning stage and throughout the course of a case, Steven gives careful consideration to the client’s business and organizational culture, allowing him to offer advice that embodies the client’s values.

Labor, Employment & Employee Benefits: Steven advises and counsels employers on day-to-day labor and employment issues, such as employee leave matters, workplace harassment and reasonable accommodations. His expertise on ADA compliance extends beyond the physical features of a facility or office and includes best practices on website design.

Depending on a client’s particular needs, Steven offers guidance on proactive steps to prevent litigation and he provides effective representation when lawsuits and trials are necessary. In litigation matters, he has had success defending clients against claims of gender and disability discrimination, along with defamation.

Education
University of Kentucky College of Law
2013, J.D., cum laude
University of Louisville
2009, M.B.A., cum laude
University of Louisville
2006, B.A., cum laude
Admissions
Kentucky
U.S. Court of Appeals, Sixth Circuit
U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Kentucky
U.S. District Court, Western District of Kentucky

Recognition

  • Managing Editor, Kentucky Law Journal, 2012-2013
  • Chairman, UK Law Honor Council, 2012-2013
  • CALI Awards: Litigation Skills and Real Estate Transactions
  • Moot Court Board
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Affiliations

  • American Bar Association
  • Kentucky Bar Association
  • Louisville Bar Association, Labor & Employment Section chair, 2017
  • Brandeis Inn of Court
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Work Highlights

Successful Defamation Defense

Successful representation of a corporation accused of defamation by a former, high-ranking employee, obtaining a summary judgment ruling that was subsequently upheld on appeal.

Gender and Disability Discrimination

Successful representation of a corporation accused of gender and disability discrimination by a former officer, obtaining a partial summary judgment on the grounds that the corporation did not qualify as an “employer” subject to the Kentucky Civil Rights Act when the alleged discrimination...

News Publications Seminars

    
     Is Your Website ADA Compliant?,
Louisville SHRM 2017 Legal 
    Update, May 2017

     Recent Developments in State and Federal Employment Law,
     National Business Institute Advanced Employment Law Seminar, August 
     2016

     Deciphering FMLA, ADA and Workers' Compensation Issues,   
     National Business Institute Employment Law Semniar, August 2016