D Magazine has once again recognized Clouse Brown founders Keith Clouse and Alyson Brown on the publication’s annual list of the Best Lawyers in Dallas for their work in labor and employment law.
As more states legalize recreational and medical marijuana, employers and employees alike have questions about workplace drug policies and practices that may be outdated in light of recent legislative action.
On March 3, 2022, President Biden signed the Ending Forced Arbitration of Sexual Assault and Sexual Harassment Act of 2021 (the “Act”) into law. The Act was co-sponsored by a bipartisan coalition of senators and representatives in response to the #MeToo movement.
Employment attorney Robert (Bobby) Lee has joined Clouse Brown as Senior Counsel. Board Certified in Labor and Employment Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization, Mr. Lee represents employers, executives, and other employees in all facets of the employment relationship.
Clouse Brown name partner Keith Clouse has been selected as a member of D Magazine’s 2022 inaugural class of Hall of Fame inductees, which honors attorneys who have been selected to D’s annual list of the Best Lawyers in Dallas for at least 15 years.
D CEO has selected Clouse Brown partner Alyson Brown to its annual Dallas 500 publication, a compilation of the top business leaders in Dallas across multiple industries and professions.
Executive employment attorneys and Clouse Brown PLLC founding partners Keith Clouse and Alyson Brown have once again been named to the annual Texas Super Lawyers list for their work in employment law.
Clouse Brown PLLC founders Keith Clouse and Alyson Brown have once again been named to The Best Lawyers in America for their work in multiple areas of employment law. Additionally, partner Camille Avant has again been named to the publication’s “Ones to Watch” list, which recognizes attorneys early in their careers.
Significant changes to the Texas Labor Code regarding sexual harassment become effective September 1, 2021. These new provisions particularly impact smaller employers who were previously excluded from the definition of “employer” in the Texas Labor Code. In addition, the new statute identifies situations in which individuals, including managers, company owners, and HR professionals, can be sued and found liable for sexual harassment.