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OSHA Update

By |2021-06-16T10:40:07-05:00June 16, 2021|

OSHA recently updated its COVID-19 advisory, stating that most employers "no longer need to take steps to protect their fully vaccinated workers who are not otherwise at-risk from COVID-19 exposure."

Legal Update

By |2021-06-10T14:28:06-05:00June 10, 2021|

What are the effects of performing work as an unlicensed contractor in Louisiana? Michael Lane and Ali Barnes summarized two recent appellate court decisions. Click below to read more:

OSHA Update

By |2021-05-25T13:02:57-05:00May 25, 2021|

OSHA changed its guidance that previously required employers to record adverse side effects of employees who are vaccinated. The new guidance, in effect until May 2022, states that the agency will not enforce the requirement to report COVID-19 vaccination side effects so as not to deter workers from getting vaccinated.

We Are Hiring a Legal Assistant

By |2021-05-05T12:18:18-05:00May 5, 2021|

The rapidly growing office of Riess LeMieux, LLC, has an opening for a motivated and talented Legal Secretary with 5+ years of litigation experience.  Candidate must have administrative experience, exceptional organizational and communication skills, proficient in MS word, Power Point, Excel, Outlook, and type with speed and accuracy.

We Are Hiring a Paralegal

By |2021-05-05T09:20:10-05:00May 5, 2021|

Riess LeMieux, LLC. is continuing to grow and has another opening for a motivated and talented Paralegal with 5+ years of litigation experience.  Candidate must have exceptional organizational and communication skills, proficient in MS word, Power Point, Excel, Outlook, and type with speed and accuracy. 

Legal Update: World War II Theatre, Inc. v. Desimone Consulting Engineering Group, LLC, et al. (April 2021)

By |2021-04-28T13:55:54-05:00April 28, 2021|

A federal court recently considered the admissibility of expert testimony in a dispute between the owner of the World War II Museum hotel and several project consultants concerning delays allegedly caused by design errors.  In World War II Theatre, Inc. v. Desimone Consulting Engineering Group, LLC, et al., the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Louisiana ruled on competing motions to exclude expert testimony.

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