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By J. Clifford Harrison, Patsy Parkin, Memrie Fortenberry, Douglas M. Weissinger
No, we have not reversed global warming. But, we do have the Immigration and Customs Enforcement ("ICE") coming to our meetings in August.
By J. Clifford Harrison, Patsy Parkin, Memrie Fortenberry, Douglas M. Weissinger
No, we have not reversed global warming. But, we do have the Immigration and Customs Enforcement ("ICE") coming to our meetings in August.
By H. Rowan Leathers, III
The Ninth Circuit held the arbitration agreement was ambiguous as to whether the parties agreed to class arbitration.
By Todd Photopulos
THIS COLUMN WAS CONTRIBUTED TO THE MEMPHIS BUSINESS JOURNAL BY BUTLER SNOW LLP AND AUTHORED BY Todd P. Photopulos. THE ARTICLE WAS ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED HERE.
By Todd Photopulos
Yesterday, US Immigration and Customs Enforcement, or ICE, raided several poultry and food processing plants in Mississippi, rounding up nearly 700 workers for immigration violations.
By Paula Graves Ardelean
On August 6, 2019, the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission ("EEOC") "overstepped its statutory authority"
By C.E. Hunter Brush
In addition to recently passing a bill legalizing online sports betting, the Tennessee Legislature recently codified the time-honored tradition of friendly office wagering through fantasy sports
By Kathryn Reed Edge
State and national efforts to curb the opioid epidemic have put ongoing angst about the health and financial devastation associated with methamphetamine production and use on the news cycle's back burner.
By A. David Fawal
If you quit your job because of a hostile work environment, is it still "voluntary"? According to the Alabama Supreme Court's July 12, 2019 opinion in Arnold v. Hyundai Manuf. Ala., LLC, it is
By Adam Langley
A recent opinion from the Supreme Court in Mission Prod. Holdings, Inc. v. Tempnology, LLC, 139 S. Ct. 1652 (2019), reaffirms that bankruptcy does not change all that much.
By Kara Shea
Ensuring correct employee classification for purposes of compliance with wage and hour laws is one of the most daunting challenges employers face. Classification criteria
By Caroline Smith
The residual exception in Federal Rule of Evidence 807 provides a vehicle for the admission of hearsay statements that are not otherwise admissible under Rule 803 or 804
By Fred E. (Trey) Bourn III, Luther Munford, Marcellus D. Chamberlain
In some design defect cases, the identity of the product decides the case. When a plaintiff seeks to prove there is a safer alternative design, the design must be for the same product
By Jetson Hollingsworth, Anna H. Watson
By now most Mississippians have at least heard of the New Markets Tax Credit ("NMTC") Program
By David Johnson
An individual may file a claim under Tennessee's "whistleblower statute"—the Tennessee Public Protection Act (TPPA)—if she was fired solely for reporting or refusing to participate in illegal activity.
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