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Recent Articles / Publications

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.

Recent Newsletters / Alerts

On May 19, 2017, we alerted our readers to the fact that OSHA had proposed a delay for implementation of the electronic submission of injury and illness data, moving the dates of compliance from July 1, 2017, to October 1, 2017. OSHA has extended the date of implementation again.
OSHA recently announced that it intends to extend the deadline for employers to electronically report their employee injury and illness records. The rule currently requires most employers with ten or more employees to electronically report injury and illness records on or before July 1, 2017. OSHA has yet to develop the website to facilitate this reporting and has yet to indicate what the new deadline will be.
President Trump has signed a resolution reversing an Obama Administration rule that strengthened OSHA’s enforcement powers with regard to employee illness and injury records. OSHA requires that employers maintain records concerning a host of issues related to health and safety of their employees, including medical records, training records, and accident and injury statistics.

Recent Seminars / Presentations

Adams and Reese attorneys, C. Byron Berry and Lee C. Reid have been selected by New Orleans CityBusiness as members of this year’s “Power Generation,” a group of the most exceptional community and civic leaders under the age of 40 from the Greater New Orleans area. Berry and Reid will be honored by New Orleans CityBusiness at a luncheon at the Fairmont Hotel in New Orleans on Friday, March 12, 2004.
3/12/2004 12:00:00 AM
Adams and Reese hosted two Glory of Baroque Dresden preview events on Tuesday, February 24, 2004 at the Mississippi Arts Pavilion.  A preview luncheon was held for Mississippi University College and Community College Presidents and that evening the firm also hosted a preview reception for Mississippi School Superintendents.
2/24/2004 12:00:00 AM

Recent Events

“United States Longshoremen & Harbor Workers Compensation Act” Seminar at IRMI (International Risk Management Institute) Construction Risk Conference, held in Washington DC, November 1984. Presenter: Adams and Reese attorney Mark Spansel.