One More Thing to Remember as Kids Head Off to College

September 4, 2018
| Posted in: Estate Planning & Probate

BPJ Associate Michael P. Jones suggests adding one more thing to your college drop-off list.

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EEOC V. Dollar General: A Case Study in Sexual Harassment Investigations

August 24, 2018
| Posted in: Labor & Employment Law

BPJ labor and employment attorney Lisa Krupicka writes this month in HRPro magazine of a tale of obscenity, harassment and delays that cost Dollar General dearly.

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IRS Issues Proposed Regulations and Guidance on Recently Enacted Tax Deduction for Pass-Through Entities

August 20, 2018
| Posted in: Corporate & Business Law; Taxation

The IRS has issued proposed regulations implementing an up-to 20% deduction that pass-through entities, including LLCs and Subchapter S corporations, can take under the 2017 tax reform law.

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The Best Lawyers in America© 2019 Includes 21 BPJ Attorneys

21 lawyers from Burch, Porter & Johnson have been selected by their peers for inclusion in the 2019 Edition of The Best Lawyers in America© publication.

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Five Burch, Porter & Johnson Attorneys named 2019 Best Lawyers® "Lawyer of the Year" in Memphis Area

The law firm of Burch, Porter & Johnson is pleased to announce that five attorneys from the firm have been named 2019 Lawyers of the Year by peer-review publication The Best Lawyers in America©.

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BPJ Attorney Becomes First Lakeland Municipal Judge

Taylor A. Cates, a partner in the commercial and business litigation practice at Burch, Porter & Johnson, has been sworn in as the first municipal judge for the City of Lakeland.

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BPJ Attorneys to Present at the Midsouth Nonprofit Conference

Nonprofit leaders and advisors should consider attending the upcoming Midsouth Nonprofit Conference, August 17 at the Holiday Inn at the University of Memphis.

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Amicus brief by BPJ lawyer filed with the U.S. Supreme Court

Gary Peeples, an associate in Burch, Porter & Johnson’s labor and employment practice group, has written an amicus brief in the case of Frank v. Gaos; the brief was filed last month.

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Title IX and Higher Ed: Learning from a Recent Conference

BPJ Attorneys Melisa Moore and Tannera Gibson learned the differences between tipsy, sloppy, drunk, and wasted at the U of M's Title IX Training Conference.

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BPJ Participates in the Memphis Bar Association 2018 Summer Law Intern Program

July 24, 2018

Burch, Porter & Johnson was excited to, once again, be a part of the MBA High School Summer Law Intern Program, which provides experience in the daily legal workplace of private law firms, corporate law divisions or governmental law offices.

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