By Luther Munford
This is a letter I wish I had gotten when I started law school. I have sent it in various versions to several young friends as they began that adventure.
By William R. O'Bryan, Jr.
The Tennessee Business Court found occasion to deal with personal jurisdiction and forum non conveniens issues...
By Robert Frey
Readers of Law360 may recall a 2014 story about a Texas jury that rendered a $34 million dollar verdict against OneBeacon Insurance Company.
By Christopher McLemore
, John Wood
Butler Snow attorneys Christopher L. McLemore and John R. Wood recently contributed the following article to eprivateclient.com, a leading internet publication for those in the wealth management field.
By Benjamin L. Mitchell
The fictitious name, also known as the d/b/a, doing business as, trade name or assumed name. Every franchisee uses one and, in almost all cases, it's the franchisor's trademark.
By Alveno Castilla
, J. Paul Varner
In a previous article, we summarized AT&T's 16-year effort, in two separate lawsuits, to have declared unconstitutional two Mississippi income tax statutes...
By William R. O'Bryan, Jr.
Until the content and nature of the claimed secret is declared, the opposing party is likely not able to intelligently analyze the elements of the causes of action.
By Melody McAnally
I've previously blogged about a new breed of data breach class actions filed by financial institutions against retailers (as opposed to customers suing retailers).
By J. Clifford Harrison
, Edward Wilmesherr
, Memrie Fortenberry
On August 4, 2016, the CFPB issued final rules amending the mortgage servicing provisions of RESPA Regulation X and TILA Regulation Z.
By Butler Snow LLP
The CFPB issued final rules amending the mortgage servicing provisions of RESPA Regulation X and TILA Regulation Z.
By Melonie S. Wright
If you are like many other Americans, then you may have "cut your Cable TV cord" and turned to streaming movies and shows through your accounts with Netflix, Amazon Prime, Hulu, HBO GO, SlingTV...
By Lem Montgomery III
Registration of trademarks in Uganda is enabled by the
Principal Legislation on trademarks in Uganda the Trademarks Act
No.7 of 2010 that repealed the Trademarks Act Cap 217 and
Chapter 37 of the Penal Code Act Cap 120; and its
regulations, the Trademark Regulations Statutory Instrument No. 58
By Carol Montgomery
In September of this year, Alabama joined the more than 25 other states with a procedure for the expedited handling of certain civil actions.
By Beth Sims
Alabama Bankers Association Board Briefs – Bank Holding Companies Begin to Use "Mini-Public" Stock Offerings
By Jetson Hollingsworth
We all negotiate in life to get the things we want. We are often willing to give up time, money or some other tangible benefit to get the end result that best suits us. Successful developers are the same way.