Burr’s Labor Team recently represented Mercedes-Benz U.S. International, Inc. (MBUSI) against a complaint filed by Region 10 of the National Labor Relations Board. The complaint alleged that MBUSI violated the National Labor Relations Act by threatening an employee for engaging in protected, concerted activity and for polling employees about particular activities.
Burr & Forman announces that its legal team, led by partners Zachary Miller and Travis Ramey, achieved a significant win for their client, National Association of Professional Background Screeners (NAPBS).
In a dramatic turn of events in the courtroom today, the State of Tennessee dropped murder charges against Adam Braseel during a hearing on his petition for a new trial.
Burr & Forman announces that its legal team, led by partners Zachary Miller and Travis Ramey, achieved a significant win for their client, National Association…
In 2016, the EEOC revised its EEO-1 form that collects pay data from employers with 100 or more employees. The previous version of the EEO-1…
Burr & Forman has successfully wrapped up its 2019 pre-law program by welcoming 12 undergraduate students across fives offices into the program, the largest pre-law class in firm history.
For its 2019 pre-law program, the firm’s diversity committee set out to overhaul and revitalize its former program to better focus on activities and applicable experience to provide career resources to students who are passionate about diversity and inclusion. The program also focused on building legal skills as well as professional skills to carry students through law school, and ultimately, a career in the legal field.
As fintech and blockchain transactions continue to grow in popularity, they are receiving increased attention at the state level, whether through fintech sandboxes, crypto-friendly legislation, or other initiatives aimed to encourage fintech innovation and economic development.