Casualty Litigation

A Quick Note about Removal with Less Than $75,000 in Medical Specials

Removing a case to federal court requires diversity of citizenship and an amount in controversy of more than $75,000. In a personal injury case, the easiest...

Insurance Coverage and Bad Faith

Collab with Claims Handling is Key to Success for Insurance Defense Litigation

In this article for the Insurance Journal, Blake Bonsack and Allan Rotlewicz explore the importance...

Employment and Labor

Fifth Circuit Opens the Door for Growing Discrimination Claims

A federal appeals court has made it easier for plaintiffs to bring employment discrimination lawsuits,...

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Revolutionizing Legal Practice: How AI Is Reshaping Attorneys’ Work and Risks to Consider

In a world fraught with bias and discrimination, AI only exacerbates the issue—not to mention...

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Employment and Labor

How HR Can Navigate The Post-Affirmative Action Landscape

From campus to corporate Highlights: On June 29, 2023, the United States Supreme Court held...

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Employment and Labor

The EEOC’s Blueprint for Realizing the Pregnant Workers Fairness Act

On Aug. 7, 2023, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) issued a Notice of...

Employment and Labor

A Salary By Any Other Name Must Still Be A Salary

This article was originally published on on September 1, 2023 and is republished here...

Employment and Labor

How to Avoid FLSA Violations When Requiring Workers to Use PTO

A recent court ruling may contain lessons for employers that would like to use workers’ PTO...

Employment and Labor

Using AI in Human Resources and the Risks of Employment Discrimination

Artificial intelligence (AI) is taking the world by storm and revolutionizing how people work. While...

Employment and Labor

Workplace Harassment: The U.S. Workplace After 6 Years Of #MeToo

Chase Hattaway talks with about the impact of the #MeToo movement on the U.S. work...