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Carl Edwards Selected for Kentucky Super Lawyers


Chip Hamm Appointed to Kentucky Commission on Small Business Advocacy


Michael T. Hymson Joins Louisville Office of Miller Wells


Chip Hamm Joins Louisville Office of Miller Wells


Miller Wells Attorney Andy Barr Elected to U.S. House of Representatives, Representing Sixth Congressional District of Kentucky


Miller Wells Partner Andrew Fleischman named leading real estate and mineral lawyer by Chambers & Partners USA


Miller Wells Managing Partner Mason Miller Named as Co-Chair of Mayor-Elect Jim Gray's Transition Team


Casey L. Hinkle Joins Miller Wells From Latham & Watkins' New York Office


John Y. Brown III, Former Secretary of State and Lieutenant Governor Candidate, Joins Miller Wells


Miller Wells Prevails in Published Decision Concerning Kentucky Law on Reformation of Recorded Documents


Miller Wells Represents Engineering Consulting Services, Inc. in Multi-million Dollar Joint Venture with Ecology & Environment, Inc. (NASDAQ: EEI)


Nationally Recognized American Agent & Broker Magazine Reports on Groundbreaking Win by Miller Wells Concerning Insurance Agent/Broker Liability


Miller Wells Obtains Summary Judgment Dismissing $150 Million Lawsuit Brought by Royalty Owners


Miller Wells' Partner David S. Kaplan Named a Kentucky "Super Lawyer"


Managing Partner Mason L. Miller Profiled in The Lane Report


Miller Wells' Louisville Office Featured in Business First


Miller Wells Launches New Website


Miller Wells Secures Reversal of Murder Conviction from Kentucky Supreme Court

MILLER WELLS OBTAINS SUMMARY JUDGMENT DISMISSING $150 LAWSUIT BROUGHT BY ROYALTY OWNERS

March 29, 2010: Miller Wells partner Mason Miller has successfully obtained a dismissal by summary judgment in the Circuit Court for the City of St. Louis of a $150 million lawsuit brought by a number of landowners seeking the payment of coal royalties from Peabody Energy and Armstrong Coal Company. The Court found that the royalty obligations terminated when the tenancy in common and leasehold estates upon which the royalty claims were based were also terminated. You can read the full text of the Court's decision here.


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