For the attorneys at Taylor English, A New Breed of Law Firm is more than just a tagline. It’s a different way of thinking – and an unusually value-driven approach to supporting businesses.
Shawntel R. Hebert talks about things an employer should look for and what their rights and responsibilities when faced with a request for accommodations after an employee has violated a workplace rule.
Michele L. Stumpe is a seasoned litigator whose practice concentrates on premises liability, business litigation, hospitality and dram shop litigation, as well as alcohol licensing and consulting.
In this Litigation Fundamentals with Henry M. Quillian III, Mr. Quillian speaks on the topic "Proof of Reasonable and Necessary Attorneys' Fees and Expenses."
Johnathan B. Wilson speaks on the topic "Regulation A+ Offerings: Process, Work Plan and Timeline" at the Crowdfunding REG A+ Workshop CrowdFunding News Beat & Conference in Washington, D.C., on May 5, 2016. Mr. Wilson identifies the key players involved, from the founders, senior management, and outside counsel to the issuer’s accountants and marketing advisors.
In this Litigation Fundamentals with Henry M. Quillian III, John K. Rezac leads the discussion on the impact of bankruptcy law on litigation, including the scope of the automatic stay, the power of trustees to upset pre-bankruptcy settlement agreements, tolling of limitation periods and risks faced by attorneys and other professionals providing services prior to and following a client's bankruptcy case.
Jay Bland, VP of Sales and Marketing presents the PeachCourt system and basic training.
In this segment of Henry M. Quillian III's Litigation Fundamentals, guest speaker RoseAnn Annesi speaks on the topic, "Don’t Get a Blank Page and a Big Bill: Getting What You Pay for and Need from Court Reporters."
Henry M. Quillian III focuses on the very preliminary stages of a lawsuit after it has been properly commenced, also known as the Rule 26(f) conference, which leads to the Rule 16(b) planning conference and order.
Michael M. Sullivan is a trusted advisor and helps clients grow their business and profits in a variety of transactions, including complex Non-Disclosure Agreements, Employment and Non-Compete Agreements, Buy-Sell Agreements, and all forms of business and commercial Agreements and Contracts.
The Georgia Restaurant Association presented Michele L. Stumpe with the Chairman’s Award at its 7th annual Georgia Restaurant Association Crystal of Excellence (GRACE) Awards on November 10, 2013. The Chairman’s Award honors a single individual in the restaurant industry who has provided extraordinary service to the industry as a whole.
LeeAnn Jones is a trial lawyer with more than 25 years’ experience handling a wide variety of complex litigation matters in federal and state courts and arbitration proceedings.
Morris O. Little Jr.’s practice concentrates on negotiating commercial transactions, including the purchase, sale, and financing of commercial aircraft, parts and equipment, the sale and receipt of aircraft technical services, licensing agreements, and pilot and aircraft maintenance training.
Henry M. Quillian III discusses how to use mediation as a tool in the midst of litigation or before litigation gets commenced. One topic touched on will be mediation confidentiality, particularly in connection with Advisory Opinion No. 8. Also discussed are topics on strategically using mediation to keep settlement discussions super secret, and things to think about when planning to pursue mediation.
Henry M. Quillian III focuses on Initial Disclosures and discusses avoiding difficulties at the trial when you want to produce evidence, but can’t.
Henry M. Quillian III continues the discussion on the topic of federal rules of civil procedure. When the plaintiff has filed a lawsuit and the defendant has filed a motion in response to the lawsuit, what should the plaintiff and defendant be doing during the time the motion is pending? Watch the video to learn more about responding to preliminary motions in federal court.
Shawntel R. Hebert discusses the Americans with Disabilities Act and employee requests for accommodation and what an employers responsibilities and rights are with respect to dealing with those requests.
Henry M. Quillian III discusses the topic, "Motions for Summary Judgment: Standards, Evidentiary Support, Procedures, Presentation and Purposes."
Alison M. Ballard discusses how to structure the workplace investigation.
Alison M. Ballard discusses tips on how to conduct a workplace investigation and what to think about when conducting an investigation.
Henry M. Quillian III discusses how to deal with the unexpected at trial in this edition of Litigation Fundamentals with Henry Quillian.
Henry M. Quillian III discusses federal practice, while using the Northern District of Georgia as the "home base," and speaks about Federal Rules of Civil Procedure and the anomalies we have seen amongst us across the country in various federal courts.
Henry M. Quillian III discusses Voir Dire and the process by which a jury is obtained for a civil jury trial.
Henry M. Quillian III reviews techniques and advice for maintaining the court reporter's record so that you can utilize it throughout the litigation.
In-house counsel and executives discuss employment-related best practices and real-life scenarios in C-Suite investigations.
When in doubt, read the rules. In this Litigation Fundamentals segment, Henry M. Quillian III concentrates on some of the distinctions between going under the civil practice act and operating in the federal courts under the federal rules of civil procedure both with respect to local rules and with respect to federal rules of civil procedure versus the civil practice act. This is with the goal of not making mistakes in one court or another based on the presumption that something is the same when in fact it is not, and sometimes you have very material differences in the outcome. Donald P. Boyle Jr. makes a guest appearance on the issue of restrictions on amendment to pleadings.
Amy Burton Loggins provides guidance on when background checks are appropriate in the hiring process and how to use them correctly.
Amy Burton Loggins addresses questions such as: can a company rely on a resume when hiring? Are job applications necessary? What are the risks in using a form application?
In the first installment of Taylor English’s HR Minute, Amy Burton Loggins discusses the multitude of issues surrounding the use of social media in the recruiting and hiring process.
Amy Burton Loggins provides tips on reading a completed application and using the information in the interview process.
Taylor English colleagues and legal leaders shared best practices and strategies for adapting to today’s changing litigation landscape and improving the management and performance litigation departments and companies.