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Thirteen Carr Allison Attorneys Selected to the 2016 Mid-South Super Lawyers and Rising Stars List

Carr Allison is pleased to announce that nine of its attorneys were recently selected to the Mid-South Super Lawyers list for 2016. They are:  Brett Adair, Russell Q. Allison, Douglas Bagwell, Charles F. Carr, Glenn E. Ireland, Donald B. Kirkpatrick, II, Thomas L. Oliver, II, Lea Richmond, IV and Brett A. Ross.

Additionally, four Carr Allison attorneys were listed to Mid-South Rising Stars:  Andrew P. Anderson, Shaun A. DeCoudres, Elizabeth J. Kanter and Jordan D, Watson.

Attorneys are selected as Super Lawyers and Rising Stars using a rigorous process of peer nominations, peer evaluations and third party research.  Only five percent of all lawyers in Mid-South are named to Super Lawyers.  Eligibility for Rising Stars is subject to those 40 years old or younger or in practice for 10 years or less.  No more than 2.5 percent of attorneys in the state are named to Rising Stars.

Congrats to all!

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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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