A rebuttable presumption is when a fact is presumed to be true in a court case until it is disproved. For example, if a person presents an alibi for a crime, it is presumed to be true unless it is later proved to be untrue. Whether or not a rebuttable presumption is proven to be true often has major implications in a lawsuit.
Loren Prizant is a member of the business litigation practice group. He practices primarily in the areas of labor & employment, defending individual and class action employment matters, workers’ compensation claims, unemployment claims and labor disputes in a variety of forums, including federal and state administrative agencies and courts. He also provides advice to employers on personnel policies and procedures, employee discipline, sexual harassment investigations and termination decisions.
Mr. Prizant is also a member of the firm’s health care law practice group, defending nursing home negligence claims. He also represents clients in criminal matters, administrative hearings, intellectual property issues, contract disputes and business formations.
Email Loren T. Prizant
We don't display the email address publicly, but this page will go to the organization's information that we have on file.
Call Loren T. Prizant
401 South Fourth Street Suite 2600 Louisville, Kentucky