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The EEOC And OFCCP Announce Anticipated Increase In Investigation Of Disparate Pay Claims

In the EEOC’s Strategic Enforcement Plan for 2013-2016, the Commission has prioritized and committed to enhanced enforcement of equal pay laws to eliminate compensation systems and practices that discriminate based on gender…more

Contractors, Discrimination, Disparate Impact, EEOC, Gender Discrimination

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I Want My Selfie Back!!!

Over the last week, several high profile celebrities (e.g., Jennifer Lawrence and Kate Upton) have reportedly become the latest victims of internet privacy rights violations. In those cases, hackers supposedly obtained private,…more

Celebrities, Electronically Stored Information, Hackers, Invasion of Privacy, Right to Privacy

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Pro Te: Solutio Vol. 6 No. 2

In This Issue: - Forum Non Conveniens: How To Avoid The Tide of Lawsuits Brought by Foreign Nationals - Pro Te Solutio: Product Defense And FDA Compliance - Health Care Strike Force: Uncovering Fraud In The…more

Clinical Trials, Compliance, Diversity, FDA, Foreign Nationals

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But I didn’t send that fax: Eleventh Circuit expands the scope of liability to businesses under the TCPA for unsolicited faxes.

Marketing and advertising is a major component of most businesses. In fact, many businesses hire marketing companies or advertisers to help promote their businesses. Recently, the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals addressed the…more

Advertising, Marketing, TCPA, Third-Party Liability, Unsolicited Faxes

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New Statute of Repose for Legal Malpractice Actions in Tennessee

The Tennessee General Assembly, which recently ended its legislative session, implemented a new statute of repose for legal malpractice actions. Professional malpractice suits against licensed public accountants, certified…more

Accountant Malpractice, Attorney Malpractice, New Legislation, Statute of Repose

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Summary of the 2014 Mississippi Taxpayer Fairness Act

This omnibus tax legislation, House Bill No. 799, was signed into law by Governor Phil Bryant on April 11, 2014, after passing the House of Representatives by a unanimous vote 121-0, and by a Senate vote of 40-9. This document…more

Legislative Agendas, Proposed Legislation, Tax Reform, Taxpayer Fairness Act

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If Your Home Can’t Move, It’s Not a “Consumer Product” under the Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act

In Bennett v. CMH Homes, Inc., No, 13-5423, — F.3d — (6th Cir. Oct. 30, 2014), the Sixth Circuit ruled that a manufactured home is not a “consumer product” under the federal Magnusen-Moss Warranty Act. Plaintiffs Dan and Karen…more

Magnusen-Moss Warranty Act, Manufactured Housing, Mobile Homes, Property Damage

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It is Not Tortious to Interfere if You Are Exercising a Legitimate Interest or Right

In many commercial disputes, one or more of the parties will assert a tortious interference claim against the other. While there are several variations of tortious interference claims (e.g., interference with existing…more

Contract Disputes, Tortious Interference

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Recent Fair Campaign Practices Act Developments

Two recent administrative law judge decisions reflect that a Colorado government may violate the Fair Campaign Practices Act ('FCPA") prohibition on spending public funds to urge voters to vote for or against a ballot measure…more

ALJ, Ballot Measures, Fair Campaign Practices Act, Public Financing

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Friending and Following Jurors: The Ethical Boundaries of Researching Jurors on Social Media

What are the ethical boundaries of an attorney’s internet research of jurors? Before the ubiquity of the internet, an attorney obviously couldn’t walk up to a potential juror in a restaurant and strike up a conversation. But the…more

Ethics, Juror, Jury Trial, Legal Ethics, Litigation Strategies

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What Does a Community Bank in Dickson Have in Common with Deutsche Bank and JPMorgan Chase? Basel III

Originally published in the Tennessee Bar Association - December 1, 2012. Coming soon may be an answer to this question. Ask any banker what she thinks of Basel III, and then prepare yourself for a tirade. Ask Greg…more

Basel III

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You Got To Show It If You Don’t Want To Blow It

The filing of a bankruptcy petition creates a bankruptcy estate that includes “all legal or equitable interests of the debtor in property as of the commencement of the case.” Highland Capital Mgmt. LP v. Chesapeake Energy Corp…more

Commercial Bankruptcy, Debt Collection, Reorganizations

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11th Circuit Rules Unaccepted Offers of Judgment Do Not Moot Action

With apologies to Tampa Bay Buccaneer fans, I write today about a recent 11th Circuit opinion involving the Buccaneers Limited Partnership (“BLP”) and the more than 100,000 unsolicited faxes sent by BLP, advertising tickets to…more

Class Action, Mootness, Offer of Judgment, Rule 68, TCPA

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Allegation That Court Itself Was Victim Of Fraud Causes Federal Judge To Recuse Himself, All Other Judges In The District

The biggest litigation you’ve probably never heard, the Moonlight Fire litigation, just took another twist. Following a huge Northern California wildfire, the State and the Feds sought tens of millions in damages from landowners…more

Bad Faith, Fire Damage, Fraud, Judges, Wildfires

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Municipalities Continuing Disclosure Cooperation Initiative (MCDC)

We want to make you aware of a new Securities and Exchange Commission enforcement initiative that impacts issuers of municipal bonds or other governmental securities or other persons obligated to provide secondary market…more

Disclosure Requirements, Enforcement, Issuers, MCDC, Municipal Bonds

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Pro Te Solutio - Vol. 6 No. 1 February 2013

In This Issue: - Can Experts Testify as to the Ethics or State of Mind of Corporate Defendants? - Patent Reform for Biotech Companies - United States v. Caronia and its Implications for Off-Label Marketing…more

America Invents Act, Biotechnology, Daubert Standards, Ethics, Expert Testimony

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Recent Fair Campaign Practices Act Developments

Two recent administrative law judge decisions reflect that a Colorado government may violate the Fair Campaign Practices Act ('FCPA") prohibition on spending public funds to urge voters to vote for or against a ballot measure…more

ALJ, Ballot Measures, Fair Campaign Practices Act, Public Financing

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Defeating “Libel Tourism” under Mississippi law and the SPEECH Act

In Trout Point Lodge, Ltd. v. Handshoe, 729 F.3d 481 (5th Cir. 2013), the Fifth Circuit became the first appellate court in the country to interpret the Securing the Protection of Our Enduring and Established Constitutional…more

Appeals, First Amendment, Libel Tourism, Popular, SPEECH Act

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Practicing Defensive Lawyering: Leaving No Stone Unturned In the Land Where the Unicorn is the National Symbol

It’s easy to criticize medical professionals when we believe they are engaged in “defensive medicine”. The fear of legal liability in a future malpractice action sometimes drives medical professionals to order tests or take…more

Attorney Malpractice, Professional Liability, Young Lawyers

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Not So Fast – Seventh Circuit Rejects Radio Shack’s FACTA Class Action Settlement

In Redman v. RadioShack Corp., 2014 U.S. App. LEXIS 18181 (7th Cir. Sept. 19, 2014), the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals joined a recent line of cases rejecting proposed class action settlements because the value provided to…more

Class Action, FACTA, RadioShack, Settlement

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Butler Snow Workplace - Vol. 2013 No. 7

In This Issue: - A New Supreme Court Decision Helps Employers in Harassment Cases - Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals Says Nursing Home RNs Are Supervisors - A New Heightened Standard For Title VII…more

Civil Rights Act, Harassment, Nurses, Nursing Homes, SCOTUS

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Pro Te: Solutio Vol. 6 No. 2

In This Issue: - Forum Non Conveniens: How To Avoid The Tide of Lawsuits Brought by Foreign Nationals - Pro Te Solutio: Product Defense And FDA Compliance - Health Care Strike Force: Uncovering Fraud In The…more

Clinical Trials, Compliance, Diversity, FDA, Foreign Nationals

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Major changes in store for Tennessee wrongful discharge law

Last month, Tennessee Governor Bill Haslam signed into law legislation (Public Chapter 995) that will significantly amend the Tennessee Human Rights Act (“THRA”), the Tennessee Public Protection Act (“TPPA”), and the Tennessee…more

Disability, Disability Discrimination, Employee Rights, Employer Liability Issues, Hiring & Firing

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Butler Snow: Workplace Vol. 2014 No. 1

Senate Bill 815, referred to as the “Employment Non-Discrimination Act of 2013” (ENDA), passed the Senate on November 7, 2013. The bill had bipartisan support with 64 Senators (10 Republican) voting in favor and 32 opposing the…more

Discrimination, ENDA, Gender Identity, Sexual Orientation Discrimination, Transgender

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Pro Te: Solutio Vol. 6 No. 2

In This Issue: - Forum Non Conveniens: How To Avoid The Tide of Lawsuits Brought by Foreign Nationals - Pro Te Solutio: Product Defense And FDA Compliance - Health Care Strike Force: Uncovering Fraud In The…more

Clinical Trials, Compliance, Diversity, FDA, Foreign Nationals

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Landmark US Supreme Court Decision May Extend US Tax Benefits to UK Civil Partners

On Wednesday, 26 June 2013, the US Supreme Court ruled that Section 3 of the Defense of Marriage Act (“DOMA”), which limits the definition of “marriage” to “a legal union between one man and one woman as husband and wife” and…more

Civil Unions, Discrimination, DOMA, Equal Protection, Estate Planning

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The Supreme Court approves a new tool to defeat class certification in federal securities fraud cases brought in the Fifth Circuit – price impact evidence

The Supreme Court decision in Halliburton v. Erica P. John Fund, Inc., 134 S.Ct. 2398 (2014) concerns a federal securities fraud class action. The case was appealed from the Fifth Circuit. In Haliburton, the Supreme Court…more

Class Action, Class Certification, Fraud, Fraud-on-the-Market, Halliburton

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ATM Accessibility Class Actions Make Their Way to Middle Tennessee

On August 5, 2013, seven class action lawsuits were simultaneously filed against separate banks and credit unions in Middle Tennessee, alleging that the defendants’ ATMs failed to comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act…more

Accessibility Rules, ADA, ATMs, Banks, Class Action

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Butler Snow: Workplace Vol. 2014 No. 1

Senate Bill 815, referred to as the “Employment Non-Discrimination Act of 2013” (ENDA), passed the Senate on November 7, 2013. The bill had bipartisan support with 64 Senators (10 Republican) voting in favor and 32 opposing the…more

Discrimination, ENDA, Gender Identity, Sexual Orientation Discrimination, Transgender

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Data Breach Case Update: Shareholder Derivative Suit Dismissed

We recently discussed the increase in data breach litigation which resulted after several high-profile data breaches. You can read those articles here and here. Not surprisingly, several of these suits involve class actions…more

Data Breach, Data Protection, Derivative Suit, Derivatives, Shareholder Litigation

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Notice Of Coverage Options In Exchange Distributable To Employees By October 1, 2013 Under Health Care Reform Act

Update: On July 2, 2013, the Treasury Department posted a blog announcing its intention to delay – until January 1, 2015 – the employer shared responsibility and related requirements of the Health Care Reform Act, and that…more

Delays, DOL, FLSA, Health Insurance Exchanges, Healthcare

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Settling a Lawsuit with an Employee or Former Employee? Don’t Forget the Tax Consequences

The IRS recently issued guidance that may be of particular interest to anyone with employees or former employees. In a Legal Advice issued by Field Attorneys (LAFA 20133501F), the IRS explained the tax treatment and reporting…more

ADA, ADEA, Civil Rights Act, Employer Liability Issues, IRS

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Data Breach Litigation – A New Wave of Class Actions by Financial Institutions

Rarely does a day go by without news of a data security breach. According to the Identify Theft Resource Center, there have been a total of 447 data breaches to date this year, which represents a 20.5% increase over the same…more

Banks, Class Action, Cybersecurity, Data Breach, Data Protection

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E-discovery Is Hard

Catchy blog titles are usually hard too, but not this one. Discovery of electronically stored information (“ESI”) is just plain difficult. If you are lucky, it does not come up in your case at all. Or, the parties agree that…more

Banks, Discovery, Electronically Stored Information, FDIC, Predictive Coding

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Pro Te: Solutio Vol. 6 No. 2

In This Issue: - Forum Non Conveniens: How To Avoid The Tide of Lawsuits Brought by Foreign Nationals - Pro Te Solutio: Product Defense And FDA Compliance - Health Care Strike Force: Uncovering Fraud In The…more

Clinical Trials, Compliance, Diversity, FDA, Foreign Nationals

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Landmark US Supreme Court Decision May Extend US Tax Benefits to UK Civil Partners

On Wednesday, 26 June 2013, the US Supreme Court ruled that Section 3 of the Defense of Marriage Act (“DOMA”), which limits the definition of “marriage” to “a legal union between one man and one woman as husband and wife” and…more

Civil Unions, Discrimination, DOMA, Equal Protection, Estate Planning

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The 21st Century Water Cooler: Discovery and Text Messages

Text messages, once the exclusive domain of teenagers and college students, are increasingly used in business communications. These communications are, unsurprisingly, also discoverable in a wide variety of litigation contexts,…more

Bring Your Own Device, Data Retention, Discovery, Litigation Hold, Mobile Devices

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Inadvertence May Be Unavailing, Says the Fifth Circuit on Judicial Estoppel

The Fifth Circuit became the second United States Court of Appeals to establish a three prong test for determining whether a bankrupt debtor should be judicially estopped from pursuing a cause of action that she failed to…more

Appeals, Bodily Injury, Car Accident, Consumer Bankruptcy, Debtors

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Landmark US Supreme Court Decision May Extend US Tax Benefits to UK Civil Partners

On Wednesday, 26 June 2013, the US Supreme Court ruled that Section 3 of the Defense of Marriage Act (“DOMA”), which limits the definition of “marriage” to “a legal union between one man and one woman as husband and wife” and…more

Civil Unions, Discrimination, DOMA, Equal Protection, Estate Planning

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Balancing Act – Sixth Circuit Attempts Middle-of-the-Road Approach with New Corporate Scienter Standard

Balancing Act – Sixth Circuit Attempts Middle-of-the-Road Approach with New Corporate Scienter Standard In KBC Asset Mgmt. N.V. v. Omnicare, Inc. (In re Omnicare, Inc. Sec. Litig.), No. 13-5597, 2014 U.S. App. LEXIS…more

Compliance, Fraud, PSLRA, Scienter, Securities Fraud

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Fee Shifting in Trade Secrets Cases

A number of states, including Tennessee, have adopted the Uniform Trade Secrets Act (“UTSA”). A court may award attorney’s fees, if: - A claim of misappropriation is made in bad faith; - A motion to terminate an…more

Bad Faith, Fee-Shifting Statutes, Misappropriation, Trade Secrets, UTSA

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Butler Snow Workplace - Vol. 2013 No. 7

In This Issue: - A New Supreme Court Decision Helps Employers in Harassment Cases - Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals Says Nursing Home RNs Are Supervisors - A New Heightened Standard For Title VII…more

Civil Rights Act, Harassment, Nurses, Nursing Homes, SCOTUS

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Are You Ready for the New Holacracy? Update on Social Media and the Hiring Process

The innovative folks at Zappos have eschewed the traditional job application/interview/job offer process for a social-media-driven process on a Zappos platform. While very up-to-date, does this push the envelope to the point of…more

Discrimination, Employer Liability Issues, Facebook, Hiring & Firing, Job Applicants

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Butler Snow Workplace - Vol. 2013 No. 7

In This Issue: - A New Supreme Court Decision Helps Employers in Harassment Cases - Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals Says Nursing Home RNs Are Supervisors - A New Heightened Standard For Title VII…more

Civil Rights Act, Harassment, Nurses, Nursing Homes, SCOTUS

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Landmark US Supreme Court Decision May Extend US Tax Benefits to UK Civil Partners

On Wednesday, 26 June 2013, the US Supreme Court ruled that Section 3 of the Defense of Marriage Act (“DOMA”), which limits the definition of “marriage” to “a legal union between one man and one woman as husband and wife” and…more

Civil Unions, Discrimination, DOMA, Equal Protection, Estate Planning

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Pro Te Solutio - Vol. 6 No. 1 February 2013

In This Issue: - Can Experts Testify as to the Ethics or State of Mind of Corporate Defendants? - Patent Reform for Biotech Companies - United States v. Caronia and its Implications for Off-Label Marketing…more

America Invents Act, Biotechnology, Daubert Standards, Ethics, Expert Testimony

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Recent Fair Campaign Practices Act Developments

Two recent administrative law judge decisions reflect that a Colorado government may violate the Fair Campaign Practices Act ('FCPA") prohibition on spending public funds to urge voters to vote for or against a ballot measure…more

ALJ, Ballot Measures, Fair Campaign Practices Act, Public Financing

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Attorney General Weighs In On Tennessee Guns In Trunks Law

The law giving handgun carry-permit holders the right to transport and store firearms and/or ammunition in their vehicles parked in an employer’s parking lot goes into effect July 1, 2013. With the enforcement deadline at hand,…more

Attorney Generals, Concealed Weapons, Employer No-Weapons Policies, Gun Laws, Guns-in-Trunks Legislation

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Delay of Penalties for Employer Shared Responsibility

July 2, 2013, the U.S. Treasury Department posted a blog announcing its intention to delay – until January 1, 2015 -- the imposition of penalties under the Affordable Care Act for large employers that do not offer health…more

Affordable Care Act, Deadlines, Delays, Employer Mandates, Health Insurance

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Employers Beware: McDonald’s Memorandum Suggests That the NLRB Intends to Loosen the Standard for When Legally Separate Entities May Be Considered Joint Employers

In late July, the General Counsel of the National Labor Relations Board (the “NLRB” or “Board”) issued a memorandum in a group of cases against operators of several McDonald’s franchises. The memorandum is significant because…more

Employee Rights, Franchises, Franchisors, Joint Employers, McDonalds

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Banking Notes - October 2013: Community Bank Stock on the Over-the-Counter Market

Over the last 12 months, we have seen an increase in the number of community banks interested in generating liquidity for their shareholders. The reasons for this increase vary: some banks want to create a more liquid stock to…more

Banks, Community Banks, FINRA, Nasdaq, NYSE

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Employers Beware: McDonald’s Memorandum Suggests That the NLRB Intends to Loosen the Standard for When Legally Separate Entities May Be Considered Joint Employers

In late July, the General Counsel of the National Labor Relations Board (the “NLRB” or “Board”) issued a memorandum in a group of cases against operators of several McDonald’s franchises. The memorandum is significant because…more

Employee Rights, Franchises, Franchisors, Joint Employers, McDonalds

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Unforced Errors Under Upjohn

Over thirty years ago, the Supreme Court clarified how the attorney-client privilege applies to records of internal investigations in Upjohn v. United States, 449 U.S. 383 (1981). Yet putting the principles of Upjohn into…more

Attorney-Client Privilege, Internal Investigations, Qui Tam, Upjohn Warnings, Work Product Privilege

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Banking Notes - October 2013: Five Practical Tips for Bank Acquirors

As the fog of the recent economic recession continues to lift, many community banks that have weathered the storm are shifting from a defensive-minded strategy to an offensive one, which in many cases focuses on the acquisition…more

Banks, Community Banks

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Pro Te: Solutio Vol. 6 No. 2

In This Issue: - Forum Non Conveniens: How To Avoid The Tide of Lawsuits Brought by Foreign Nationals - Pro Te Solutio: Product Defense And FDA Compliance - Health Care Strike Force: Uncovering Fraud In The…more

Clinical Trials, Compliance, Diversity, FDA, Foreign Nationals

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Banking Notes - October 2013: New Capital Rules for Community Banks

While small banks avoided some of the dreaded brunt of Basel III, this summer’s capital changes require all banks to reconsider their capital positions and may drive some banks to raise capital. Fortunately, the final rules…more

Basel III, Capital Requirements, Common Equity, Community Banks, Mortgages

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Pro Te Solutio - Vol. 6 No. 1 February 2013

In This Issue: - Can Experts Testify as to the Ethics or State of Mind of Corporate Defendants? - Patent Reform for Biotech Companies - United States v. Caronia and its Implications for Off-Label Marketing…more

America Invents Act, Biotechnology, Daubert Standards, Ethics, Expert Testimony

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Going Private Mergers: More Lenient Standard of Judicial Review Now Available

A recent Delaware Supreme Court decision has changed the rules for post-transaction litigation review for “going-private transactions.” The court described the conditions necessary for such a transaction to be judged by the…more

Business Judgment Rule, Delaware General Corporation Law, Fairness Standard, Going-Private Transactions, Judicial Review

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Recent Fair Campaign Practices Act Developments

Two recent administrative law judge decisions reflect that a Colorado government may violate the Fair Campaign Practices Act ('FCPA") prohibition on spending public funds to urge voters to vote for or against a ballot measure…more

ALJ, Ballot Measures, Fair Campaign Practices Act, Public Financing

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All Whistleblowers, listen up! Seven figure chump change or eight-figure bonanza, what will it be?

All Whistleblowers, listen up! Seven figure chump change or eight-figure bonanza, what will it be? Several events happened in the last few months to inspire conversation about whistleblowers. First, on July 30, 2014,…more

Dodd-Frank, SEC, Whistleblower Awards, Whistleblowers

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Best Practices in Periodic Reviews of Participant Directed Retirement Plans

Among the duties of a retirement plan fiduciary is the duty to monitor the administration of the plan and to assure that policies and procedures are in place to minimize the risk of errors and deficiencies. While monitoring is…more

401k, Client Meetings, Disclosure, Due Diligence, Fees

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Summary of the 2014 Mississippi Taxpayer Fairness Act

This omnibus tax legislation, House Bill No. 799, was signed into law by Governor Phil Bryant on April 11, 2014, after passing the House of Representatives by a unanimous vote 121-0, and by a Senate vote of 40-9. This document…more

Legislative Agendas, Proposed Legislation, Tax Reform, Taxpayer Fairness Act

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Time to Examine Tennessee’s Collateral Source Rule by William Walton

Originally published in the Tennessee Bar Association - December 1, 2012. Taking Another Look at Fye v. Kennedy - Damages in tort law are designed to compensate for injury and, in the words of one court, “only for…more

Collateral Source Rule, Damages, Health Insurance, Medical Expenses

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Are you Certifiable?

It is not unusual for opposing counsel to demand that you “certify” that your client’s document production is complete and correct. What does this mean? Are you required to do it? The issue often arises in consolidated…more

Certifications, Class Action, Discovery, Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, Rule 26

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Landmark US Supreme Court Decision May Extend US Tax Benefits to UK Civil Partners

On Wednesday, 26 June 2013, the US Supreme Court ruled that Section 3 of the Defense of Marriage Act (“DOMA”), which limits the definition of “marriage” to “a legal union between one man and one woman as husband and wife” and…more

Civil Unions, Discrimination, DOMA, Equal Protection, Estate Planning

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Summary of the 2014 Mississippi Taxpayer Fairness Act

This omnibus tax legislation, House Bill No. 799, was signed into law by Governor Phil Bryant on April 11, 2014, after passing the House of Representatives by a unanimous vote 121-0, and by a Senate vote of 40-9. This document…more

Legislative Agendas, Proposed Legislation, Tax Reform, Taxpayer Fairness Act

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Recent Fair Campaign Practices Act Developments

Two recent administrative law judge decisions reflect that a Colorado government may violate the Fair Campaign Practices Act ('FCPA") prohibition on spending public funds to urge voters to vote for or against a ballot measure…more

ALJ, Ballot Measures, Fair Campaign Practices Act, Public Financing

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Areas of Practice
  • Administrative Law
  • Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR)
  • Antitrust & Trade Regulation
  • Appellate Practice
  • Art, Entertainment, & Sports Law
  • Bankruptcy
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  • Civil Rights
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  • Products Liability
  • Professional Malpractice
  • Real Estate
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  • Toxic Torts
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