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The U.S. Department of Labor published Questions and Answers on the soon-to-be effective Family and Medical Leave Expansion Act and the Emergency Paid Sick Leave Act
The Texas Appellate Law Podcast covers topics of interest to lawyers handling civil appellate matters in Texas courts.
Lesli D. Harris recently presented a Sound Advice podcast on scandalous and obscene trademarks for the American Bar Association Section of Litigation IP subcommittee.
Russell Cawyer Authors Blog on Families First Coronavirus Response Act and Emergency Paid Leave Act of 2020
The Bill, if passed by the Senate, will provide paid sick leave and unemployment benefits to employees taking leave as a result of COVID-19.
Louis Phillips recently spoke on “Applying Objective Reasonableness: The Many Questions That Remain After Taggart V. Lorenzen” at the Fifth Circuit Bankruptcy Bench-Bar Conference in New Orleans, Louisiana on February 5-7, 2020.
Kelly Ransom recently was appointed to serve on the Institute for Energy Law’s (IEL) executive committee.
Hannah Parks is board certified in Labor and Employment law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization.
Gus Bates Insurance and Investments recently hosted a Labor and Employment Lunch & Learn, featuring Russell Cawyer.
David Keltner recently spoke on “The Presumed Grant Theory and its Application to Texas Title Disputes” at the Texas Bar CLE’s Oil and Gas Disputes 2020.
The 39th Annual Bankruptcy Law Conference will be held on November 14-15, 2019, at the Oxford Conference Center in Oxford, Mississippi.
Tiffany P. Means penned an article in the October 2019 issue of The Energy Dispatch, a news publication produced by The Institute For Energy Law's Young Energy Professionals (IEL).
Kelly Hart earned top tier rankings in the 2020 U.S. News – Best Lawyers® “Best Law Firms” rankings, including four national rankings and 28 first-tier metropolitan rankings.
Nirav Patel penned an article in the October 2019 issue of The Energy Dispatch, a news publication produced by the Institute for Energy Law’s Young Energy Professionals (IEL).
Elizabeth Berthiaume recently spoke at the Texas A&M School of Law “Latinos in Law” event regarding the Latino/a experience in law school and how being a Latina shaped her career trajectory.
Braden Allman joins the firm as an associate in the Fort Worth office’s Labor & Employment section.
David Keltner has been recognized as a Top 10 Lawyer by Texas Super Lawyers.
Travis Alley joins Kelly Hart as an associate in the Fort Worth office’s Corporate & Securities section.
Hannah Parks authored an article addressing what businesses need to know about service and emotional support animals in the workplace.
John Cayce recently was sworn in as president of the Tarrant County Bar Association (TCBA).
Kelly Ransom served as editor of the July 2019 issue of The Energy Dispatch, a news publication produced by the Institute for Energy Law's Young Energy Professionals.
Sean Bryan penned a 3-part article, “New Guidance for Investment in Qualified Opportunity Zones—Part I, II, and III,” which recently was published in the Fort Worth Business Press.
The 13th Annual Texas Bench Bar Conference provided current and informative advice on the issues most important to bankruptcy and insolvency practitioners.
Kelly Hart Partner David S. Morales Confirmed as United States District Judge for the Southern District of TexasThe United States Senate confirmed David S. Morales to a seat on the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Texas.
Nineteen Kelly Hart attorneys have been selected as 2019 Texas Super Lawyers Rising Stars.
Alan Hegi and Michael McConnell Featured Speakers at American Railway Development Association Executive ForumAlan Hegi and Michael McConnell recently spoke to the Executive Forum of the American Railway Development Association (ARDA) regarding issues and risks in tenant bankruptcy.
Louis Phillips Featured Speaker at the 14th Annual Bankruptcy, Insolvency, and Creditor Rights Retreat
The 14th Annual Bankruptcy, Insolvency, and Creditor Rights (BICR) Retreat will provide the most current and informative advice on the issues most important to bankruptcy and insolvency practitioners.
Henry Robinson penned an article, “How Employers and Employees may Minimize Current Fiduciary Risks under ERISA,” to be published in the Spring 2019 Employee Relations Law Journal.
Sean Bryan authored an article addressing Qualified Opportunity Zones (QOZs) and the deferral of tax on capital gains that are invested in these QOZs.
Kelly Hart earned high rankings in the 2019 U.S. News – Best Lawyers® “Best Law Firms” rankings, including 4 national rankings and 26 first-tier metropolitan rankings.
The Fort Worth Business Press selected Cheryl Leb as a 2018 Great Woman of Texas.
The George Washington University Law School Celebrates Dee J. Kelly, Sr. with a Building in his HonorThe George Washington University Law School (GW Law) renamed the Law School Learning Center as the Dee J. Kelly Law Learning Center.
Elizabeth Spencer Berthiaume joins Kelly Hart as an associate in the Fort Worth office's Corporate & Securities Section.
Hillary Hunter joins Kelly Hart as an associate in the Midland office’s Oil & Gas/Energy Section.
In a 9-2 city council vote, San Antonio joined Austin to become the second city in Texas to require private employers to provide paid sick leave.
The Austin Court of Appeals has temporarily blocked implementation of Austin’s sick leave ordinance.
Cheryl Leb recently was elected to serve as Chair of the Tarrant County Bar Association (TCBA) Intellectual Property Law Section for a one year term beginning in July of 2018.