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NLRB General Counsel Expected to Reverse Many Obama Policies

With the confirmation of Peter Robb as general counsel to the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), the Trump administration took another step away from Obama-era labor policies. Robb replaces Richard Griffin, who had a reputation for being pro-labor, in the board position that functionally serves as chief executive officer, despite the title. As the NLRB’s […]

Elliott Suspension

Attorney Amy Davis – Interview on Fox 4 News – Comments on Ezekiel Elliott’s Case – Possibility of Federal Court Clearing the Way for Elliott’s 6-Game Suspension

FOX 4 News – Thursday, Oct 12, 2017 Attorney Amy Davis was sought for comment by FOX 4 News reporters seeking a perspective on the recent developments in the case that is currently unfolding between Dallas Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliot and the NFL. Attorney Davis offered her comment regarding the NFL appeals injunction that […]

Jerry Jones and Anthem Protests

Attorney Amy Davis – Interview on Fox 4 News – Comments on Dallas Cowboys Owner, Jerry Jones, and the NFL Players’ Anthem Protests

FOX 4 News – Wednesday, Oct 11, 2017 Attorney Amy Davis was sought for comment by FOX 4 News reporters seeking a perspective on the recent developments in the ever-expanding controversy currently unfolding between Dallas Cowboys Owner, Jerry Jones and the NFL players’ anthem protests. Attorney Davis offered her comments regarding the certain facets of […]

Non-compete agreements: Are your company’s enforceable?

Non-compete agreements often come under scrutiny, and a recent case illustrates the connection between reasonableness and enforceability of such contracts. In Ag Spectrum Co. v. Elder, the Eighth Circuit court affirmed a trial court’s ruling that the company’s non-compete agreement with an independent contractor was unreasonable and, therefore, not enforceable. The defendant, Vaughn Elder, had […]