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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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Careful What You Wish For: Court Affirms Award of Attorney’s Fees Based Upon Arbitration Rules

Most lawyers are fully aware of the “American Rule” – a generally universal rule of law (in the United States anyway) which provides that, absent specific authority granted by statute or a contractual agreement, a litigant is…more

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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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Not so Fast — The Texas Supreme Court Shows Reluctance to Allow Claims for Spoliation of Evidence

In Wackenhut Corp. v. Gutierrez, 2015 Tex. LEXIS 112, 58 Tex. Sup. Ct. J. 289 (Tex. 2015), the Texas Supreme Court reversed the jury verdict against Wackenhut because a spoliation instruction was erroneously given by the trial…more

Jury Verdicts, Reversal, Spoliation, TX Supreme Court

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Burying the Gravamen Dispute: The Tennessee Supreme Court Clarifies How to Determine the Applicable Statute of Limitations

In most cases, the applicable statute of limitations is clear – one year for a personal injury claim (Tenn. Code Ann. § 28-3-104(1)), three years for a claim for injury to real or personal property (Tenn. Code Ann. §…more

Gravamen Analysis, Statute of Limitations

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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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Sixth Circuit Holds that a “Settlement Offer” is Misleading Under the Fair Debt Collections Practices Act

What happens when a debt buyer sends a letter to a debtor offering to “settle” a debt—one whose statute of limitations has run? In the Sixth Circuit, at least, a claim that the communication violates the Fair Debt Collection…more

Debt Buyers, Debt Collection, FDCPA, Settlement Offer, Statute of Limitations

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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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A Rory for the Rest of Us (Litigants): Golf’s World No. 1 sees the hazard of high-dollar commercial litigation

Rory McIlroy is the number one ranked golfer in the world. He won back-to-back major tournaments last year and is looking for the “career grand slam” with a win this April at the Masters Tournament, the only major win he lacks…more

Athletes, Business Litigation, Contract Disputes, Management Agreements, Sports

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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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US Supreme Court: Statement of the Legal Theory Supporting a Claim Is Not Required in a Pleading

The US Supreme Court recently emphasized that pleadings under the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure do not require a statement of the legal theory supporting the claim. In Johnson v. City of Shelby, 135 S. Ct. 346 (U.S. 2014),…more

Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, Johnson v City of Shelby, Law Enforcement, Notice Requirements, Pleading Standards

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Eleventh Circuit defines “structural damage” under an insurance policy to mean more than simply “physical” damage

Although commonly used in insurance policies, the term “ structural damage ” is typically an undefined term, leaving it to insurers, insureds, and sometimes the courts to define. In Florida, federal district courts had come to…more

Insurance Litigation, Property Damage

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Stop giving away the store! Cases decided prior to the 2000 Amendment of F. R. Civ. P 26(b) do not define scope of discovery

We observed previously that “reasonably calculated” does not define scope of discovery, and it never has. Rather, discovery is limited, by the plain terms of F. R. Civ. P. 26, to “nonprivileged matter that is relevant to any…more

Attorney-Client Privilege, Discovery, Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, Rule 26

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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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Lance Armstrong’s Perjured Doping Testimony Earns Him a $10 Million Sanction in Arbitration

Recently, Lance Armstrong attracted national attention when an arbitration panel in Texas ordered him to pay $10 million in sanctions to a promotions company for lying about his use of performance-enhancing drugs to win the 2004…more

Arbitration, Athletes, Lance Armstrong, Perjury, Sanctions

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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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Mid-South Regulatory Compliance Group Quarterly Report Vol. 12 No. 1

In this Report: - CFPB Adopts Final Changes to TILA-RESPA Integrated Disclosure Rule - “Know Before You Owe” Deadline Disclosure - TILA-RESPA Disclosure Compliance Guides Available - What Constitutes…more

Banks, Borrowers, CFPB, Compliance, Disclosure Requirements

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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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Litigation Strategy: Avoid the “Selfie” – Let the Expert be the Expert

It’s human nature to think we’re the smartest person in the room or at the table. It’s also human nature, and a trap for lawyers, to feel like you have to prove that point in front of the client. It’s a real pitfall, when the…more

Client Services, Expert Witness, Litigation Strategies, 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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Extra-Hollywood Productions, Scene 1: A Review of Current State Film & TV Incentives in the Southeast

Over the past two decades, the competition among the states to offer increasingly lucrative film incentives to lure productions to film within their borders has often been characterized as a race to the bottom. This…more

Economic Development, Entertainment Industry, Film Industry, Television Programming

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Data Breach Litigation—What we can learn from Toys “R” Us

This blog has published numerous articles on data breach litigation and makes solid efforts to keeps its readers abreast of all the latest data breach litigation news…more

Best Practices, Data Breach, Data Protection, Toys R Us

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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 – Financial Institutions Score Another Shot

Previously I wrote about banks joining the legal battle over data breaches. Anyone not living under a rock knows that there is multidistrict class action litigation involving Target’s massive data breach in December 2013…more

Banks, Class Action, Complex Litigation, Data Breach, Debit and Credit Card Transactions

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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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Uber and Lyft Face Class Action Suit in Memphis for Ride Sharing Services

The City of Memphis is the site of the latest legal challenge to the peer-to-peer ride sharing services offered by Uber and Lyft. On March 4th, a federal class action lawsuit was filed against Uber and Lyft on behalf of all…more

Class Action, Lyft, Preliminary Injunctions, RICO, Ridesharing

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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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When Personal Email Is Serious Business

Hillary Clinton is currently under fire for the use of a personal email account while United States Secretary of State. Mrs. Clinton apparently exclusively (or nearly exclusively) used her personal email account while Secretary…more

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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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Too Much Information – Eleventh Circuit’s Review of Ellis May Define “Personally Identifiable Information” for Cell Phone Users

On March 2, 2015, The Cartoon Network Inc. (“Cartoon Network”) filed its response brief in Mark Ellis v. Cartoon Network Inc., asking the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals to uphold the district court’s dismissal of the lawsuit…more

Appeals, Cable Television Providers, Cartoon Network, Personally Identifiable Information, Unique Device Identifiers

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Do we lawyers really know it all? What about the “ focus group ?”

Trying a business case to a jury presents unique and sometimes difficult challenges. As commercial litigators, we’re trained to develop the facts (or the parties’ versions thereof), research the applicable law, and, most often,…more

Business Litigation, Focus Group, Jury Trial, Litigation Strategies, Young Lawyers

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Mid-South Regulatory Compliance Group Quarterly Report Vol. 12 No. 1

In this Report: - CFPB Adopts Final Changes to TILA-RESPA Integrated Disclosure Rule - “Know Before You Owe” Deadline Disclosure - TILA-RESPA Disclosure Compliance Guides Available - What Constitutes…more

Banks, Borrowers, CFPB, Compliance, Disclosure Requirements

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Crash, Bang, Smash! Tips for Successfully Navigating Evidentiary Roads In Motor Vehicle Collisions

So your client has been involved in motor vehicle collision. Now what? Whether representing a plaintiff or a defendant in a crash, preserving all potentially relevant evidence is an obvious first concern. What may not be so…more

Car Accident, Evidence

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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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Encouraging Creative and Innovative Thinking to Achieve Results for Clients

As attorneys, non-attorney professionals and staff, we ultimately all have the same objective: by ethical means, achieve the best outcome for our clients, through hard work, creative thinking and dedication. The best outcome may…more

Client Retention, Client Services

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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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Mid-South Regulatory Compliance Group Quarterly Report Vol. 12 No. 1

In this Report: - CFPB Adopts Final Changes to TILA-RESPA Integrated Disclosure Rule - “Know Before You Owe” Deadline Disclosure - TILA-RESPA Disclosure Compliance Guides Available - What Constitutes…more

Banks, Borrowers, CFPB, Compliance, Disclosure Requirements

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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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Are you defending suits where you don’t belong?

The United States Supreme Court turned conventional wisdom on its head about the reach of personal jurisdiction 12 months ago in its unanimous opinion in Daimler AG v. Bauman, 134 S. Ct. 746 (2014). Personal jurisdiction comes…more

DaimlerAG, DaimlerChrysler v Bauman, Jurisdiction, Personal Jurisdiction, SCOTUS

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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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Mid-South Regulatory Compliance Group Quarterly Report Vol. 12 No. 1

In this Report: - CFPB Adopts Final Changes to TILA-RESPA Integrated Disclosure Rule - “Know Before You Owe” Deadline Disclosure - TILA-RESPA Disclosure Compliance Guides Available - What Constitutes…more

Banks, Borrowers, CFPB, Compliance, Disclosure Requirements

See All Updates »

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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