Dear Readers,

We have been blogging for more than a year now and have tried to provide you informative and timely posts on changes in labor and employment law.  We hope you have found it helpful and, at least a little entertaining. If you have found it worthwhile and think we deserve some PR, please consider nominating Labor & Employment Insights for the ABA Journal’s Web 100 best legal blogs competition. This is a ranking of the “best of the legal industry on the web” and we hope you think we belong in that group.

You have only a few days left to vote! The ABA Journal is accepting nominations through July 30 at 11:59 p.m. CT. It only takes a few minutes to fill out a nomination form. Thank you for taking the time to vote for us and for your continued support!


Anne Yuengert and Will Manuel, Editors

Bradley’s Labor & Employment Insights

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Photo of Anne R. Yuengert Anne R. Yuengert

Anne Yuengert works with clients to manage their employees, including conducting workplace investigations of harassment or theft, training employees and supervisors, consulting on reductions in force and severance agreements, drafting employment agreements (including enforceable noncompetes) and handbooks, assessing reasonable accommodations for disabilities, and working through issues surrounding FMLA and USERRA leave. When preventive measures are not enough, she handles EEOC charges, OFCCP and DOL complaints and investigations, and has handled cases before arbitrators, administrative law judges and federal and state court judges. She has tried more than 30 cases to verdict. View articles by Anne

Photo of J. William Manuel J. William Manuel

Will Manuel focuses his practice primarily on commercial and employment litigation. He has handled various disputes for both large and small businesses in both Mississippi and other jurisdictions. His clients include numerous manufacturers and commercial interests as well as various insurance and financial services companies. He has worked to defend these clients in both MDL litigation and individual actions brought in Mississippi. Will also has experience in advising businesses on issues involving age discrimination, sexual harassment and wage/overtime disputes. Will’s focus is on active litigation from the initial discovery process through trial. View articles by Will