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Adams and Reese has published its summer 2016 edition of “Pro Bono Out In Front,” a newsletter that salutes and recognizes the attorneys who have contributed to the success of the firm’s pro bono program. The newsletter was created to thank everyone who has devoted their time and talents to those who cannot afford legal services. It is dedicated to our pro bono partners, clients and friends who understand the importance of pro bono work and helping advance the pro bono drive throughout the communities our firm serves.
"Second DCA Rejects Use Of Amended Refund Policy By Golf Course Country Club" - White Paper, author: Adams and Reese attorney David L. Boyette, May 17, 2016
Adams and Reese has published the Spring 2016 issue of its “Women Out In Front” Newsletter, highlighting the achievements, awards, recognition, and professional/community involvement of its women attorneys. Adams and Reese women attorneys continue to make a difference in the firm’s 15 communities throughout its regional footprint and beyond.
“Avoiding the Elephant in the Womb: Questions You Can and Cannot Ask Prospective Employees in Interviews,” Around the Bar, Publication of the Baton Rouge Bar Association, May 2016.
"After Campbell-Ewald v. Gomez, Can a Complete Settlement Offer Moot a Potential Class Action?" - Washington Legal Foundation, author: Adams and Reese attorney Christopher A. Roach, April 2016
In the most recent chapter of the Rosenberg involuntary bankruptcy, the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals has held that when a case “arising under” the Bankruptcy Code is tried by the District Court, the Federal Rules of Bankruptcy Procedure govern. Rosenberg v. DVI Receivables XIV, LLC, No. 14-14620 (11th Cir. April 8, 2016).
Houston Special Counsel John D. Surma and Partner Collin G. Warren authored a piece titled “Considerations When Preparing for an OSHA Interview,” which appeared in the April 8, 2016 issue of the DRI newsletter, The Voice of the Defense Bar. In the piece, the two offer 16 general considerations that should be considered when preparing company employees for interaction with OSHA.
Special Counsel, Leslie A. Wickes, with the Jacksonville office of Adams and Reese, authored “Lost ESI – What Does New FRCP 37 Mean For You?” appearing in the 2016 1st Quarter Newsletter of the Association of Corporate Counsel (ACC) North Florida Chapter.
Memphis Special Counsel Shawn D. Sentilles authored "Implementing a Royalty Review Program: Safe Practices for Medical Device Manufacturers and Design Surgeons" for the Spring 2016 edition of Memphis Medical Society Quarterly.
What happens when you make an offer they can't refuse . . . and they refuse? The Supreme Court addressed this question in the context of complete relief offers to lead plaintiffs in Campbell-Ewald Co. v. Gomez, a Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) class action. Claims under the federal Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) have become a powerful tool for consumer rights lawyers seeking to limit “robocalls” made for marketing and collection purposes. When coupled with the Rule 23 class action procedure, the $500-$1,500 relief available per offending call or text message under the TCPA can reach astronomical levels.
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