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Riess LeMieux delivers legal services with the personal touch of a boutique law firm, while always staying mindful of the cost-effective representation desired in today’s climate. While our construction law team brings decades of experience in providing solutions for construction problems at every stage of a project, the lawyers at Riess LeMieux are also experienced in a full range of legal areas, including business advices, commercial litigation, insurance coverage and disputes, labor and employment, bankruptcy, and more.  With attorneys licensed in Louisiana, Texas, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia, and New York, Riess LeMieux proudly advises and represents clients throughout the Gulf South.

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Riess LeMieux

Riess LeMieux delivers legal services with the personal touch of a boutique law firm, while always staying mindful of the cost-effective representation desired in today’s climate. While our construction law team brings decades of experience in providing solutions for construction problems at every stage of a project, the lawyers at Riess LeMieux are also experienced in a full range of legal areas,  including business advices, commercial litigation, insurance coverage and disputes, labor and employment, bankruptcy, and more.  With attorneys licensed in Louisiana, Texas, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia, and New York, Riess LeMieux proudly advises and represents clients throughout the Gulf South.

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Legal Update: Weber v. BNSF Railway Company (Feb. 2021)

April 7, 2021|

A recent federal court decision reiterates the importance of employers enforcing employee attendance policies to defend against potential lawsuits.  In Weber v. BNSF Railway Company, the U.S. Fifth Circuit affirmed summary judgment disposing of an employee’s failure-to-accommodate claims under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), holding that regular worksite attendance, notwithstanding a diagnosis of epilepsy, was an essential job function.

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