On June 14, 2012, Amy Davis will be a panelist at the Diversity Forum at the State Bar of Texas Annual Meeting discussing: THE LATEST TRENDS AND DIVERSITY EFFORTS 1.25 hrs ethics Learn from experts in the field as this panel analyzes the latest efforts and trends, discusses alternative career paths and examines successful strategies […]
Amy Davis – Moderator. During the last 18 months, the landscape of the mortgage servicing industry has changed dramatically. In the wake of the foreclosure documentation crisis, Federal Banking Regulators entered in consent Orders with 15 servicers, the OCC issued guidance regarding servicing expectations, the CFPB has issued its servicing examination guidelines, and mostly recently, […]
Many suffer for their passion – to create truly inspired works of art. A work of art that speaks to the masses; communicates the artist’s true inner soul, conflicts, desires or deceptions; or defines a generation, culture, or nation. But could that work of art actually become your art at work. Typically, inspired creators of […]
Just a few years ago, the Facebook term “unfriend” was named the New Oxford American Dictionary’s verb of the year, demonstrating the omnipresence of social media. A more recent example of how that power can be abused was the firing of a Houston-area teacher who admitted that she created a false Facebook page to even […]
The ubiquity of social media means that companies looking to build brand awareness can, with minimal financial investment, place their services and products in front of millions of potential customers without buying a single traditional advertisement. Few areas of law present as many pitfalls to companies as social media today. From a strictly legal perspective, […]
CBS 11 News in Dallas, TX interviewed Amy E. Davis about the recent Wal-Mart class action lawsuit concerning discrimination against women (Dukes v. Wal-Mart).
You would think that after laying down your best tracks, you could simply sit back and watch the cheddar stack. Unfortunately, that is not always the case. If you did your homework upfront and negotiated your record agreement to get the best deal your clout could muster, you may be sitting a little prettier than […]
Published by DBA Headnotes. Co-authored by Tasha Grinnell of Dean Foods legal. In Shelton v. American Motors Corp., the Eighth Circuit noted, “the practices of taking the deposition of opposing counsel has become an increasingly popular vehicle of discovery.” Practitioners and courts agree, the practice has only gained momentum in the fifteen years since. Several […]
A Good Dose of Corporate Preventative Medicine Your business needs a yearly check-up to assess its legal health (just like its owners need yearly check-ups to assess their physical health). Certainly, many businesses have been hunkered down and pressing forward day-by-day just to remain viable in this economy. However, in trying to keep the doors […]
John Criswell of Texas Business Update interviews Dallas business attorneys Brett Christiansen and Jim E. Bullock of Christiansen Davis Bullock, LLC.