Clouse Brown partners Keith Clouse and Alyson Brown have been named to this year’s Texas Super Lawyers list in recognition of their work in employment law. This year is Mr. Clouse’s 18th consecutive appearance on the list and Ms. Brown’s 11th.
Clouse Brown attorney Camille Avant has been selected to the inaugural list of Best Lawyers: Ones to Watch, which recognizes attorneys who have achieved notable successes early in their careers.
Keith Clouse and Alyson Brown, founding partners of Clouse Brown PLLC, have both been named to the 2021 list of The Best Lawyers in America for their achievements in multiple categories of employment law. This year is the seventh consecutive year that Keith earned a spot on the annual list; Best Lawyers recognized him for employment law – individuals, employment…
An effective workplace investigation can mean the difference between effective resolution and unwanted litigation. Moreover, in the current business environment, how employers investigate potential misconduct can affect that company’s reputation almost as much as the alleged conduct itself. These are the steps to take to lay the groundwork for a proper investigation.
Restaurants must develop practices that minimize health risks, comply with local laws, and try to do so in a way that is welcoming to their much-needed customers – many of whom may have different points-of-view on what “welcoming” looks like.
Employment law specialists and Clouse Brown PLLC founders Keith Clouse and Alyson Brown have both been named to D Magazine’s annual list of the Best Lawyers in Dallas for their work in employment law.
The recently passed Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA) makes some major changes for employers. This article covers some of the major FFCRA amendments as well as other key considerations for businesses.
Recently board-certified employment attorney Camille Avant is adding another accolade to her trophy case this month: She has been recognized on the 2020 list of Super Lawyers Rising Stars published by Thomson Reuters.
In the last quarter of 2019, the U.S. Department of Labor issued two new rules regarding overtime and non-exempt employees under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA). The rules mark the first significant update to the regulations governing regular rate requirements under the FLSA in over 50 years.