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Articles and Publications

In his sixth article as President of the Tennessee Bar Association, Adams and Reese Memphis office partner Lucian Pera proposes proactive changes among lawyers to help narrow the gap between existing legal needs of ordinary Americans and the ability of the legal profession to meet those needs in his "President's Perspective: Encouraging Experiments".
12/1/2017
Adams and Reese Memphis office partner, President of the Tennessee Bar Association and past Treasurer of the American Bar Association (ABA) Lucian T. Pera has co-authored, “Lawyers’ Obligations to Provide Data Security Arising from the Ethics Rules,” in the just-published second edition of the ABA Cybersecurity Handbook: A Resource for Attorneys, Law Firms and Business Professionals.
11/16/2017
In his fourth article as President of the Tennessee Bar Association, Adams and Reese Memphis office partner Lucian Pera stresses the importance of lending a hand in volunteering as a legal professional in his "President's Perspective: Give Help".
10/2/2017
Partner Jack Pringle with the Columbia, S.C., office of Adams and Reese authored "Learning the Lessons of John Henry," which discusses the importance for attorneys embracing automation, for the July/August/September 2017 edition of The Newsletter of the Richland County Bar Association.
8/7/2017
Partner Jack Pringle with the Columbia, S.C., office of Adams and Reese authored "Being Digital: Tips from Judges for Creating Electronic Documents They Will Read."
8/6/2017
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?"
8/1/2017
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.”
7/27/2017
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.
7/14/2017
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".
7/1/2017
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.
6/1/2017
“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
5/10/2017
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.
2/8/2017
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.
1/13/2017
New Orleans Partner and Adams and Reese Pro Bono Paladin Mark Surprenant co-authored “Modest Means Committee Addressing Struggles of ‘Working Poor’” for the December 2016/January 2017 Louisiana Bar Journal. The article provides an overview of the recent work of the Louisiana State Bar Association’s Louisiana Modest Means Committee. Surprenant serves as Chair of the committee.
1/12/2017
Columbia Partner Jack Pringle authored “Medical Device Cybersecurity: How Can Healthcare Providers Mitigate the Emerging and Growing Risks?” for the Winter 2017 edition of The Memphis Medical Society Quarterly.
1/12/2017
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.
1/12/2017
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.
1/12/2017
New Orleans Transactions Partner Victoria White and Litigation Associate Graham Williams contributed an article titled “Problems in the Code: Fraudulent Conveyances Are Subject to § 523(a)(2)(A) Exception to Discharge” in the January 2017 edition of ABI Journal.
1/3/2017
Columbia Partner Jack Pringle authored “Resolve to Use Your Device as a Tool—and to Resist Being Tooled by It” for the blog “Listen Like A Lawyer,” which focuses on listening skills for lawyers, law students, law professors and others in the legal field.
12/22/2016
"How Confidential Is Your Mediation?" appeared in the October/November 2016 issue of Louisiana Bar Journal. The article provides an overview of current Louisiana and federal law addressing confidentiality in civil litigation and suggestions for ensuring mediations remain as confidential and protected as they can be.
11/29/2016
Tennessee Senate Majority Leader and Memphis Special Counsel Mark S. Norris contributed an article titled “New Law to Protect Your Privacy When You Can No Longer Protect Your Own” in the Fall 2016 edition of The Memphis Medical Society Quarterly.
9/20/2016
Partner David L. Boyette with the Sarasota office of Adams and Reese authored “What Exactly Did I Sign Up For? Legal Duties Inherent in Serving on an Association Board” appearing in the September 2016 issue of Community, The Official Journal of Community Associations Institute (CAI), West Florida Chapter.
9/12/2016
New Orleans Labor and Employment Partner Brooke Duncan and Associate Kate Brownlee authored “Overtime Regulation Change: As of December 1, salaried workers making under $47,476 will have to be paid for overtime. How will this effect local business?” for the July 2016 issue of Biz New Orleans. The article offers an update on the new overtime rules and recommendations for employer best practices in preparation for the change.
7/13/2016
Tampa Special Counsel Christopher Roach and Associate Ira Gonzalez authored “Will Arbitration Clauses in Consumer Contracts Become Extinct?” for the American Bar Association Section of Litigation Products Liability Practice Points online publication. The article appears in the May 25th, 2016 edition.
7/7/2016
Special Counsel Susan E. Mack with the Jacksonville office of Adams and Reese authored “Five Pragmatic Tips - Conducting Effective Internal Investigations” appearing in the 2016 2nd Quarter Newsletter of the Association of Corporate Counsel (ACC) North Florida Chapter.
7/7/2016
Tennessee Senate Majority Leader and Special Counsel Mark S. Norris contributed a "2016 Healthcare Legislative Wrap-Up" in the Summer 2016 edition of The Memphis Medical Society Quarterly.
6/14/2016
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.
6/13/2016
"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
5/17/2016
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.
5/3/2016
“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.
5/1/2016
"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
4/22/2016
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).
4/13/2016
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.
4/8/2016
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.
3/31/2016
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.
3/14/2016
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.
1/22/2016
Special Counsel Susan Mack, with the Jacksonville office of Adams and Reese, authored “The Sunset and Commutations Clauses,” originally appearing in the 2015 Volume 22 of the Journal of Reinsurance, a publication of the Intermediaries & Reinsurance Underwriters Association.
1/19/2016

Partner Jeffrey C. Smith with the Memphis office of Adams and Reese authored “Legal Briefs: Tennessee Supreme Court Reverses Course and Jettisons – Unworkable Summary Judgment Standard” appearing in the winter 2016 edition of The Memphis Medical Society Quarterly.

12/23/2015
Special Counsel, Susan E. Mack with the Jacksonville office of Adams and Reese authored “Patrolling Cyberspace: Corporate Counsel's Role in Assuring Sufficiency of 'Business Associate' Agreements Under HIPAA” appearing in the 2015 4th Quarter Newsletter of the Association of Corporate Counsel (ACC) North Florida Chapter.
12/16/2015
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.
12/1/2015
“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
11/23/2015
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.
10/28/2015
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.
10/26/2015
(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.
10/12/2015
"Government Latin Lessons," The Memphis Medical Society Quarterly, authors: Adams and Reese attorneys Tim Gary and Alexandra Howard, Volume 18, Number 3, Fall 2015
9/9/2015
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.
8/17/2015
"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
8/10/2015
"Treaty Clauses: Extra-Contractual Obligations Clause" - Journal of Reinsurance, author: Adams and Reese attorney Susan Mack, Volume 22, Number 1, July 13, 2015
07/13/2015
"Cracking The Overtime Code, Part I," author: Adams and Reese attorney Brooke Duncan, The Link: Louisiana Newsletter, Volume 34, Number 3, Third Quarter 2015
7/2/2015
"U.S. Department of Labor Announces New Sex Discrimination Guidelines" - Medical Society Quarterly, author: Adams and Reese attorney Scott Jones, Spring 2015
6/18/2015
"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
6/11/2015
"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
5/1/2015
"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
4/10/2015
"Removal of Class Actions: What Danger Lurks In Shady Grove" - Published in Defense Counsel Journal, April 2015, Volume 82, No.2.
4/1/2015
"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
3/31/2015

“Converting Vacant and Abandoned Lots to Urban Agricultural Uses" - Urban Agriculture: Policy, Law, Strategy, and Implementation, published by the American Bar Association, chapter written by Adams and Reese attorney Andy Frame

3/24/2015
"What A Long, Strange Trip It’s Been" (OSHA’s new rules and the strange ways they work) - EHS Today, author: Adams and Reese attorney John Surma, March 11, 2015
3/11/2015
"Treaty Clauses: Excess of Policy Limits Clause" - Journal of Reinsurance, author: Susan Mack, Volume 21, Number 3, March 2015
3/10/2015
"ISO’S Cloud Privacy Standard: A Guide for Lawyers’ “Reasonable Efforts” to Protect Client Information" - American Bankruptcy Institute, author: Adams and Reese attorneys Jack Pringle and Lyndey Zwing
2/27/2015

Strategic Alternatives For and Against Distressed Businesses and Commercial Bankruptcy Litigation, Second Edition, 2015

2/1/2015
"Legislature Should Consider Repeal of Personnel Board Structure" - Alabama Political Reporter, co-author: Adams and Reese attorney Mark Gaines, January 13, 2015
1/13/2015
"Maritime Contracts and Additional Insured Status" - IRMI Contractual Risk Transfer, co-authors: Adams and Reese attorneys Mark Spansel and Tim Brinks, January 2015
1/10/2015
"Humor in the Practice of Law," author: Adams and Reese attorney Anne Russell, American Inns of Court, The Bencher, January/February 2015
1/8/2015
“Perils of Non-Professionalism: Does Being a Jerk Violate the Rules of Professional Conduct?,” Around the Bar, Publication of the Baton Rouge Bar Association, January 2015.
1/1/2015
"Should the Cuba Embargo Go or Stay?" - Guest Perspective Column for CityBusiness, author: Adams and Reese attorney Ira Gonzalez, December 17, 2014
12/17/2014
"Mid-Term Election Update: Physicians on Capitol Hill" - The Memphis Medical Society Quarterly, author: Mark Norris, Winter 2015
12/15/2014

“Saddle Up! Livestock Lenders and Livestock Leasing” – American Bankruptcy Institute, authors: Adams and Reese attorneys Richard Carmody and Dawn Hardesty, December 2014

12/8/2014
"Practical Advice for Documenting Conflict Waivers" - Published on Law360, author: Adams and Reese Partner Lucian Pera, November 18, 2014
11/18/2014
"The Legal Toolbox #103: Do I Have To Pay For Training?" - IE3 Business Intelligence for Professional Contractors, author: Brooke Duncan, October 1, 2014
10/1/2014
"Insuring Indemnity Obligations in Maritime Contracts" - IRMI Contractual Risk Transfer, co-authors: Adams and Reese attorneys Mark Spansel and Tim Brinks, October 2014
10/1/2014
"Is Your Company Ready for the Millennial Shift?", author: Adams and Reese Partner Laurie Young, published by JD Supra and Law.com
9/29/2014
“From the Playing Field to the Courtroom: Baton Rouge Attorneys who Played Sports in College”, Around the Bar, Publication of the Baton Rouge Bar Association, September 2014.
9/1/2014
"Maritime Contract Indemnity Provisions" - IRMI Contractual Risk Transfer, co-authors: Adams and Reese attorneys Mark Spansel and Tim Brinks, July 2014
7/1/2014
"Consent is a Process, Not a Piece of Paper: Practical Advice for Documenting Conflict Waivers" - Loss Prevention Journal, author: Adams and Reese attorney: Lucian Pera, Attorneys' Liability Assurance Society, Inc., Volume XXV, Number 2, Summer 2014
6/23/2014
"CMS is Pumping the Brakes on its Recovery Audit Contractors," article by Adams and Reese attorney Hal B. (Wells) Johnson, The Memphis Medical Society Quarterly, Summer 2014
6/20/2014
"Why On Earth Would You Run Boston?" - The Funrunner, author: Phil Kirkpatrick, June 2014
6/1/2014
"From Defender to Defendant: Excess Insurers Targeting Primary Insurers' Defense Counsel for Professional Malpractice," authors: Adams and Reese attorneys Christina Adcock and Neal Townsend, Alabama Defense Lawyers Association Journal, Spring 2014, Volume 30, No. 1
6/1/2014
"Dischargeability of Student Loan Debt in Bankruptcy," authors: Adams and Reese attorneys Tara Nauful and Dawn Hardesty, May 22, 2014
5/22/2014
"Latest Rules & Regulations for Employers," author: Adams and Reese attorney Brooke Duncan, published on IE3
5/8/2014

Construction Subcontracting: A Comprehensive Practical and Legal Guide, co-author of chapter: Adams and Reese attorney Jim Dickson, book published by the ABA Forum on the Construction Industry. The book discusses numerous issues that arise between the many parties in a typical construction project from the perspective of a subcontractor or a party dealing with subcontractors. Dickson’s chapter focuses on payment issues under contract terms, statutory rights and practical considerations.

5/1/2014
"Tennessee Fair Report Privilege Shields Fox Affiliate from Defamation Claims" - Media Law Resource Center Newsletter, authors: Adams and Reese attorneys Ben Fox, Lucian Pera, May 2014
5/1/2014
"A Prairie Farm Companion (Or What Can Go Wrong With "I've Got a Pen and I've Got a Phone)," article by Adams and Reese attorney John Surma, published online at EHS OutLoud Blog, March 28, 2014
3/28/2014
"I've Got a Pen and I've Got a Phone," article by Adams and Reese attorney John Surma, published online at EHS OutLoud Blog, March 14, 2014
3/14/2014
"Obama Administration Further Delays Employer Mandate" - Memphis Medical Society Quarterly, Spring 2014, author: Allison Jones, Adams and Reese heath care attorney, Jackson office
3/13/2014
"EB-5 Financing for U.S. Developers and Businesses" - Lexology, author: Adams and Reese attorney Christopher Kane, March 7, 2014
3/7/2014
"Condominium Warranties Do Not Apply to some Florida Projects Built for Rental Housing," published on Martindale.com, author: Adams and Reese attorney Jim Dickson, February 26, 2014.
2/26/2014
"Products and Mass Torts: 2014 Industry Group Developments," author: Clarence Wilbon, February 13, 2014
2/13/2014
"OSHA Releases New Tools for Hospital Safety," author: Adams and Reese attorney John Surma, Martindale.com, February 3, 2014
2/3/2014
“Evidentiary Implications of Social Media: An Examination of the Admissibility of Facebook, MySpace, and Twitter Postings in Louisiana Courts,” Louisiana Bar Journal, February/March 2014
2/1/2014
"To Be Natural, or Not to Be ..." - American Bar Association, Section of Litigation, Products Liability, co-author and Adams and Reese attorney: Ira Gonzalez, January 9, 2014.
1/9/2014
"Proposed New Rules Relative to Silica Dust Exposure in the Workplace" - DRI, The Critical Path, author: Adams and Reese attorney John Surma, January 9, 2014, Volume 17, Issue 3
1/9/2014
"The Ethics Nerd's Guide to the Media Lawyer's Ethics Library" - Media Law Resource Center Media Law Letter, author: Adams and Reese attorney Lucian Pera, December 2013
12/13/2013
"A Refresher Course on the Employer Mandate - It's Time to Get Ready!" - The Memphis Medical Society Quarterly, Winter 2014, author: Adams and Reese attorney Katie Gilchrist
12/11/2013
“Bar Chords: The Musings of Musical Lawyers,” Around the Bar, Publication of the Baton Rouge Bar Association, December 2013
12/1/2013
"Recent Developments in Pregnancy Discrimination" - ABA Section of Labor and Employment Law - Flash Feature Article - November/December 2013
12/1/2013
"The Ethics of Joint Representation," published in Litigation, Volume 40, Number 1, Fall 2013. © 2013 by the American Bar Association, author: Adams and Reese attorney Lucian Pera
10/21/2013
"Current Regulatory and Liability Issues for Drug Compounding" - DRI: For the Defense, authors: Adams and Reese attorneys Paige Sensenbrenner, Diana Surprenant and Laura Whitmore, September 2013.
9/13/2013
"Affordable Care Act Effective Date Postponed" - Medical Society Quarterly, Fall 2013, author: Adams and Reese Partner Katie Gilchrist
9/11/2013
"Federal Grants: A Strategic Approach for Project Funding" - Published in the Alabama Municipal Journal, September 2013, Author: C. Britton Bonner, attorney, Adams and Reese
9/1/2013

“Chapter 3: Data Security and Lawyers’ Legal and Ethical Obligations to Clients,” published in The ABA Cybersecurity Handbook: A Resource for Attorneys, Law Firms, and Business Professionals (American Bar Association 2013), Chapter 3 Coordinator and Editor: Adams and Reese attorney Lucian Pera

8/21/2013
"The Good, Bad and Ugly of the 2013 Regular Legislative Session" - Published in "Around The Bar" - Baton Rouge Bar Association Newsletter, September 2013 issue, author: Adams and Reese attorney Kevin Hayes.
08/12/2013
“Report on Standards of Professional Courtesy and Conduct,” written and produced by the ABI Civility Task Force, August 2013, vice chair of report: Adams and Reese attorney Emily Taube; reporter Jessica D. Gabel, Associate Professor of Law, Georgia State University College of Law.
8/1/2013
ABA Treasurer’s Report: Fiscal Year Ending Aug. 31, 2012
By Lucian Pera, ABA Treasurer
ABA Journal, Law News Now, June 2013
6/1/2013
"Constitutionality of Reform Upheld" - Medical Society Quarterly, Summer 2013, author: Mark Norris.
6/1/2013
"Secured Lenders, Beware: Recent Bankruptcy Decision Exposes the Danger in Relying Solely on a Prior Recorded Satisfaction of Lien and the Need for Proper Due Diligence" - ABI Committee Newsletter, Volume 10, Number 3/ May 2013, co-authors: Richard Carmody, Richard Malchon and Andrew McBride
5/1/2013
"Liquidated Damages Clauses in a Bidding Procedures Order" - ABI Journal, May 2013, authors: Adams and Reese attorneys David Bowsher and Andy Freeman
5/1/2013
“Facebook Faux Pas: Is Social Media Sabotaging Your Client’s Case?,” Around the Bar, Publication of the Baton Rouge Bar Association, April 2013
4/1/2013
"Maritime Liens 101: How to Avoid Walking the Plank of Malpractice" - The Docket, April 2013, published by the Sarasota County Bar Association, Author: Adams and Reese attorney Daniel Guarnieri.
4/1/2013
"The Politics of Privatization: Wealth and Power in Postcommunist Europe" - Journal of Property Rights in Transition, author: Adams and Reese attorney Christopher A. Roach, March 22, 2013
3/22/2013
"Advice for Lawyers New to the iPad" - Suncoast, ALA (Association of Legal Administrators) Newsletter, Spring 2013, Author: Adams and Reese Attorney Jeff Richardson
3/22/2013
"HIPAA Omnibus Rulemaking Expands Liability and Increases Costs of Compliance," Medical Society Quarterly, Spring 2013, Author: Adams and Reese attorney Brant Ryan
3/1/2013
"Whose Shoes to Use: Achieving a Subrogation Footing in the Wave of Foreclosures" - The Florida Bar Journal, Jan. 2013, Author: David Boyette.
1/7/2013
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