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In his second article as President of the Tennessee Bar Association, Adams and Reese's Memphis Partner Lucian Pera addresses the role of online disputes in the legal profession in his "President's Perspective: What's A Court?"
Partner and Chair of the Diversity Committee Jaimmé A. Collins with the New Orleans office of Adams and Reese co-authored the feature article for the July/August edition of The ACC Docket “Networking – The Power in Making Lasting Connections.”
In the aftermath of a 2016 US Supreme Court decision, federal judges have been more inclined to preserve class actions than encourage settlement when defendants offer class representatives maximum financial relief for their alleged harm.
In his first article as President of the Tennessee Bar Association, Adams and Reese's Memphis Partner Lucian Pera thanks former president Jason Long and addresses the challenges ahead in his "President's Perspective: The Challenges Of Change".
I know what you’re thinking. Another article on legal writing? Yawn. But before you turn the page, stay your hand. This isn’t about what the author thinks you should do. This article will explain what you are doing right—and wrong—according to the bench. This is about what judges think.
“Breaking the Seal of Confession: Examining Louisiana’s clergyman privilege in light of Mayeaux v. Charlet” written by Grant Guillot, Around the Bar, the magazine of the Baton Rouge Bar Association, May 2017
Special Counsel Susan E. Mack with the Jacksonville office of Adams and Reese authored the white paper “Outside Reinsurance: Pragmatic Tips to Managing Arbitrations Without Acknowledged Rules.” Mack participated on a panel at the November 2016 ARIAS-US Annual Fall Meeting and presented the white paper as part of the materials package.
Tampa/New Orleans Associate Ira Gonzalez authored “The Leaning Tower of San Francisco,” for the American Bar Association Section of Litigation Products Liability Practice Points online publication. The article appears in the December 23, 2016 edition.
New Orleans Partner and Adams and Reese Pro Bono Paladin Mark Surprenant authored “ATJ Developing Leadership Internship Program Established” for the December 2016/January 2017 Louisiana Bar Journal. The article provides an overview of the newly created internship program and its inaugural session in 2016.
Columbia Partner Jack Pringle authored “From Breaking Down Doors to Building Back Doors: The FBI-Apple Case is Only the Latest Battle Pitting Privacy Against the Need to Investigate Crime,” appearing in the January 2017 issue of SC Lawyer.
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