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Carr Allison Welcomes Ben Nye

Ben Nye is an associate in Carr Allison’s Birmingham (AL) office where his practice focuses on labor and employment, commercial litigation and general litigation.  Ben is an active member of the Arkansas Bar and is admitted to practice before all Arkansas state courts, as well as the US District Court, Eastern and Western Districts of Arkansas.  His admission to the Alabama Bar is pending.

Ben received his Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Arkansas with a major in political science.  He earned his Juris Doctor from Washington and Lee University (VA) School of Law.  While in law school, Ben served as lead articles editor of the Washington and Lee University Law Review.  He was also inducted into the Alpha Circle of Omicron Delta Kappa, a national leadership honor society, was named a Burks Scholar for research and writing and a Kirgis Fellow for mentoring first-year and transfer students into W&L’s law school.

A native of Little Rock (AR), Ben and his wife Madison relocated to Birmingham in 2020.  He volunteers at the Birmingham Botanical Garden and enjoys running and hiking, fishing and playing guitar.


COVID-19 Response Team and Resources (Updated 8/25)

Below are links to all the resources about COVID-19.  If you have any questions regarding COVID-19 and your obligations as an employer, please do not hesitate to contact someone on our Carr Allison COVID-19 Response Team.   Carr Allison Resource Teams Carr Allison Response Team: Click Here Carr Allison Workers’ Compensation […]

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EEOC Addresses Right of Employers to Require Periodic COVID-19 Testing and Other Issues

As the pandemic continues to evolve, the EEOC has been providing updates addressing new questions that have arisen concerning Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) laws. To learn more about these questions and answers click here.  

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DOL Issues Updated Guidance to Assist Employers with School-Related Leave Under the FFCRA

The Department of Labor recently issued guidance to provide assistance to employers trying to determine what leave is required when schools are closed, or partially closed, as a result of COVID-19. To learn more about what this means for you, Click Here.  

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