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"Government Latin Lessons," The Memphis Medical Society Quarterly, authors: Adams and Reese attorneys Tim Gary and Alexandra Howard, Volume 18, Number 3, Fall 2015
Court rules that actions that disproportionally affect minority groups can support lawsuits under the Fair Housing Act. The U.S. Supreme Court recently ruled that certain actions that adversely affect minorities in poor neighborhoods violate the Fair Housing Act (FHA), even if there is no proof that discrimination was intentional.
"The Evolution of Drywall Litigation" - published in the American Bar Association Section of Litigation Products Liability Newsletter, co-author: Adams and Reese attorney Ira Gonzalez, August 10, 2015
"Treaty Clauses: Extra-Contractual Obligations Clause" - Journal of Reinsurance, author: Adams and Reese attorney Susan Mack, Volume 22, Number 1, July 13, 2015
"Cracking The Overtime Code, Part I," author: Adams and Reese attorney Brooke Duncan, The Link: Louisiana Newsletter, Volume 34, Number 3, Third Quarter 2015
"U.S. Department of Labor Announces New Sex Discrimination Guidelines" - Medical Society Quarterly, author: Adams and Reese attorney Scott Jones, Spring 2015
"New Supreme Court Rule Allows CLE Credit for Pro Bono Representation" - Published by Louisiana Bar Journal, June/July 2015, authors: Adams and Reese attorneys Martin Stern and Jeffrey Richardson, and Louisiana Appleseed Executive Director Christy Kane
"Judges, Guns, And Facebook: Social Media Lessons For Businesses From The Tactical Firearms Case," article by Adams and Reese Partners Jack Pringle and Tara Nauful, May 1, 2015
"Three OSHA Rule Changes all Employers Need to be Aware in 2015," article by Adams and Reese attorney John Surma, DRI, The Critical Path Newsletter, The Newsletter of the Construction Committee, April 10, 2015
"Genetics And Genomics: Making The Invisible Visible" - DRI: For The Defense, authors: Adams and Reese attorneys Paige Sensenbrenner and Laura Whitmore, and Howard Jarvis, attorney with Woolf, McClane, Bright, Allen & Carpenter, April 2015