Butler Snow LLP

1020 Highland Colony Parkway, Ste. 1400 P.O. Box 6010
Ridgeland, Mississippi 39158, United States

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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
| Civil Procedure, Conflict of Laws

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
| Civil Procedure, Commercial Law & Contracts

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
| Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR), Civil Remedies, Commercial Law & Contracts, Construction Law

Stop Giving Away the Store: “Reasonably Calculated” does not define the scope of discovery. (And it never has!)

For over a hundred years Americans have enjoyed Josh Billing’s chestnut, “I’d rather not know so much, than to know so much that ain’t so.” For nearly seventy years, American lawyers have known one big thing that ain’t so:…more
| Civil Procedure, Electronic Discovery

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
| Civil Procedure, Finance & Banking, Privacy, Consumer Protection, Science, Computers, & Technology

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
| Civil Procedure, Law Practice Products & Services

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
| Civil Procedure, Constitutional Law

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
| Civil Procedure, Communications & Media Law, Criminal Law, Law Practice Products & Services

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
| Civil Procedure, Commercial Law & Contracts, Communications & Media Law, Consumer Protection

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
| Civil Procedure, Civil Remedies

Mississippi Regulatory Compliance Group Quarterly Report Vol. 25 No.3

In This Report: - Good News on Fair Lending - We Knew It Was Coming; CFPB Proposes HMDA “Plus” Rules - CFPB Guidance on Mortgage Brokers Changing to Mini-Correspondent Lenders - When Laws Collide…more
| Commercial Law & Contracts, Finance & Banking, Consumer Protection, Real Estate - Residential

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
| Civil Procedure, Commercial Law & Contracts, Mergers & Acquisitions, Securities Law

Mississippi Regulatory Compliance Group Quarterly Report Vol. 25 No.4

In This Report: - You Need a Written Compliance Program - CFPB Amends 2014 Mortgage Rules - Proposed Changes to TILA-RESPA Integrated Disclosure - Integrated TILA-RESPA Disclosures-Compliance Guides…more
| Administrative Law, Finance & Banking, Privacy, Consumer Protection, Real Estate - Residential

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
| Antitrust & Trade Regulation, Civil Procedure, Consumer Protection, Science, Computers, & Technology, Securities Law

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
| Civil Procedure, Commercial Law & Contracts, Consumer Protection, Real Estate - Residential
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