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By H. Barber Boone
Many companies hire employees that have gained experience at competitors. In fact, it is fairly standard; and there isn't anything wrong with that practice.
By Benjamin Arthur Whitehouse
One of the most common admonitions given to prospective and current captive owners is that a captive must be run like an insurance company.
By David Johnson
We're in the middle of flu season. The flu and other communicable diseases present a number of challenges for employers.
By Mackin Johnson
Like most jurisdictions, the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals (which oversees federal courts in Mississippi, Louisiana, and Texas) has construed
By Dee Wisor, Maria Prevedel Harwood, Elizabeth Thomas
Over the past several years, local government issuers have increasingly been privately placing bonds and other municipal debt obligations directly with banks or other purchasers rather than utilizing an underwriter to sell the bonds publicly.
By Michael Caples, Laura Heusel
In January 2016, the United States sued Volkswagen for installing defective emission devices in certain model years 2009-2016 vehicles.
By David Johnson
Under the Tennessee Public Protection Act (TPPA), also known as the "whistleblower statute," it is unlawful to fire an employee "solely for refusing to participate in, or for refusing to remain silent
By Kara Shea
As this recent case demonstrates, consistent documentation can be your saving grace in defending a wrongful termination lawsuit, while inconsistent enforcement of rules can be your downfall.
By Paula Graves Ardelean
On February 1, the EEOC announced that, due to the partial lapse in appropriations, the EEO-1 survey will open in early March with the deadline for submission of the report extended until May 31, 2019.
By H. Rowan Leathers, III, Timothy W. Lindsay
In a 2-1 decision issued December 28, 2018, the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit upheld the NLRB's determination that both an employer's reserved authority to control and...
By Angela Taylor
Simply put, judicial estoppel is an equitable doctrine that is intended to prevent a party from deliberately taking inconsistent positions under oath in separate proceedings ...
By Benjamin L. Mitchell
The new year is as much a time for reflection as it is for resolution. With this in mind, I'd like to briefly look back at last year's franchise law developments in Mississippi.
By Andrew Tharp
Four families, each with children, are gathered in a house to celebrate the New Year.
By Terrence M. McKelvey
Effective August 14, 2018, the United States District Court for the Middle District of Tennessee made a number of revisions to its Local Rules.
By A. David Fawal
In my most recent blogs ("Do you really need a court to tell you what the insurance policy covers? Litigating insurance coverage issues? When and how to turn to the courts" ...
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