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Adams and Reese attorney, Giles Perkins was a guest blogger on “ComebackTown” published by David Sher to develop discussion on a better Birmingham. According to Sher in an editor’s note: Railroad Park transformed Birmingham. Against great odds and overwhelming skepticism, Giles Perkins and a group of committed community volunteers persevered.
“Overview of Special Master Appointments in Louisiana State and Federal Court” article appeared in the October/November Louisiana State Bar Journal 2015. The article addresses the rise in class actions, mass torts and multi-district litigation and that the need for special master services has increased. T
In the most recent edition of Southern Business and Development, the 2015 Best of Economic Development in Louisiana were named in a series on “The Best of Economic Development in the American South.” In covering everything from Louisiana’s Three Best Assets to Louisiana’s Three Best Restaurants, the law firm of Adams and Reese was named as a 2015 Best Economic Development Law Firm.
The Adams and Reese Fall 2015 issue of the “Women Out in Front” newsletter, highlighting the law firm’s women attorneys’ achievements / awards / recognitions, and professional / community involvement as they continue to make a difference in the firm’s 16 communities throughout its regional footprint and beyond.
(October 2015) Kevin Hayes, Government Relations Team Leader and Baton Rouge Partner was a contributing author of "A Brief Recap of the 2015 Regular Session of the Louisiana Legislature" appearing in the 300th edition of Around the Bar.
"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
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