R. Michael Sullivan, a shareholder-attorney at the Owensboro law firm of Sullivan Mountjoy, PSC, has been appointed to serve on the Kentucky Judicial Conduct Commission. The mission of the Kentucky Judicial Conduct Commission is to protect the public, to encourage judges, commissioners and candidates for judicial office to maintain high standards of conduct, and to promote public confidence in the integrity, independence, competence, and impartiality of the judiciary. Operating under rules established by Kentucky Constitution and the Supreme Court of Kentucky, the Judicial Conduct Commission investigates complaints of judicial misconduct, wrongdoing or disability against judges, commissioners and candidates for judicial office.
Sullivan is a past president of the Kentucky Bar Association. Sullivan has earned an AV Preeminent rating through the Martindale-Hubbell Peer Review Ratings – the highest level of professional excellence, and has been ranked by Kentucky SuperLawyers as a top rated civil litigation attorney. Sullivan’s areas of concentration include business services, employment law, civil litigation, construction law, insurance defense, real estate law and personal injury.