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By Trudy D. Fisher
So, what is PFAS? Simply put, PFAS (per and polyfluoronalkyl substances) is the term used for a family of approximately 5,000 individual man-made fluorinated chemical compounds
By Paula Graves Ardelean, Robin Banck Taylor
For the last seven years, employers have cautiously approached consideration of applicants' criminal conviction records due to guidance issued by the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission
By Jim Letten, Caroline Smith
Previously, we introduced you to this topic and provided updates about the positive international trends in anti-corruption efforts, bribery, and the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD
By Jim Letten, Caroline Smith
This article, which will be published in three parts, provides a compact overview of recent developments and emerging trends in international anti-corruption laws and compliance programs
By Hannah Kay Hunt
In contrast to Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 26(a)(1), the Tennessee Rules of Civil Procedure do not require initial disclosures—but that could be changing soon.
By Christopher Cowan
Over a decade ago, the Texas Supreme Court held that any document provided to a testifying expert in anticipation of her testimony must be disclosed to the other side
By Kara Shea
Employee attendance problems are probably the most common reason for disciplinary action and discharge. Yet many employers pay surprisingly little attention to their attendance policies
By David Johnson
Government employees enjoy more protection than employees of private-sector companies when it comes to speaking their minds about politics or other matters of public concern outside the workplace.
By Todd Photopulos, Edward Stanton III
Butler Snow attorneys Edward L. Stanton, III and Todd P. Photopulos discuss the increase in immigration enforcement actions by the federal government.
By Kathryn K. Van Namen
New legislation in Tennessee has limited the recovery of attorney's fees, expenses, and actual and liquidated damages in instances where a real property owner seeks to enforce a lien.
By J. Clifford Harrison, Patsy Parkin, Memrie Fortenberry, Douglas M. Weissinger
No, we have not reversed global warming. But, we do have the Immigration and Customs Enforcement ("ICE") coming to our meetings in August.
By J. Clifford Harrison, Patsy Parkin, Memrie Fortenberry, Douglas M. Weissinger
No, we have not reversed global warming. But, we do have the Immigration and Customs Enforcement ("ICE") coming to our meetings in August.
By H. Rowan Leathers, III
The Ninth Circuit held the arbitration agreement was ambiguous as to whether the parties agreed to class arbitration.
By Todd Photopulos
THIS COLUMN WAS CONTRIBUTED TO THE MEMPHIS BUSINESS JOURNAL BY BUTLER SNOW LLP AND AUTHORED BY Todd P. Photopulos. THE ARTICLE WAS ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED HERE.
By Todd Photopulos
Yesterday, US Immigration and Customs Enforcement, or ICE, raided several poultry and food processing plants in Mississippi, rounding up nearly 700 workers for immigration violations.
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