Intermediate scrutiny is a legal criterion that is sometimes used to determine whether a law is constitutional. It is typically applied in cases when the law demonstrates bias toward a specific sex or gender. It has also been applied in cases where the law allows someone to be treated differently due to their sexual preference.
Since graduating from law school and joining Fleeson, Gooing, Coulson & Kitch in 1977, Greg Stucky has practiced primarily in the areas of natural resources law, principally in Oil and Gas, as well as in Class Action Litigation. This dual specialization has allowed him to participate as counsel for royalty owner classes in significant litigation, much of which has broken new legal ground in his areas of specialization.
In 1992, Mr. Stucky became general counsel for the Southwest Kansas Royalty Association, which promotes the interests of royalty owners primarily in the Kansas Hugoton Gas Field through legislation, litigation, and other means.
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1900 EPIC Center 301 N. Main Wichita, Kansas