Several Wise Carter attorneys will present at the upcoming MHA's 2019 Health Law Conference on Friday, August 2, 2019. For more details on the conference and to register, click here https://www.mhanet.org/Shared_Content/Events/Event_Display.aspx?EventKey=190802
Join us on March 1st at the Mississippi Hospital Association in Madison for the 2019 Medical Records Law in Mississippi workshop. .. Read More
We welcome Henry Laird to the firm as of December 2018. Henry is located in our Gulf Coast office.
Wise Carter recently sponsored the 2018 Sporting Clay Event hosted by Friends of Mississippi Hospitals Political Action Committee. The event was held at Providence Hill Farm in Jackson, MS. Wise Carter participants included George Ritter, Gene Naylor, Kimberly Howland, Po Lutken and Chris Grillis. Please click on the photo to enlarge.
We recently hosted the third event in the Focus on Jackson series titled, “The Economic Impact of Downtown Jackson Colleges.” The event featured a panel discussion by Dr. Roger Parrott, President of Belhaven University, Dr. William Bynum, Jr., President of Jackson State University, Dr. Robert Pearigen, President of Millsaps College, and was moderated by news reporter Maggie Wade. The .. Read More
Wise Carter attorneys will speak at MHA's 2018 Health Law Conference on Friday, August 3rd. Wyatt Emmerich of The Northside Sun will be the featured guest speaker. For more information and to register, visit https://www.mhanet.org/Shared_Content/Events/Event_Display.aspx?EventKey=180713 .. Read More
Margaret Williams and Jimmy Robertson recently attended the 95th Annual meeting of the American Law Institute in Washington, DC. ALI is the leading independent organization in the U.S. producing scholarly work to clarify, modernize, and otherwise improve the law. For daily updates of all events at the Annual Meeting, click here https://www.ali.org/annual-meeting-2018/daily-updates/ .. Read More
Wise Carter recently hosted the second event in the series, Focus on Jackson. The luncheon featured Ben Allen, President of Downtown Jackson Partners. Ben gave an informative presentation on new developments in the downtown area. For more information on the series and upcoming events, contact Angie Artman Walker at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Andy Sweat will moderate a program at the upcoming MWCEA Conference in Biloxi. The program is titled, Return to Work—Really?? The Ins and Outs of How Early Vocational Rehabilitation Really Produces Results! More more information visit www.mwcea.org
Last fall, the Mississippi Workers’ Compensation Commission undertook a substantial revision of both its General and Procedural Rules. Amended Rules became effective on January 18, 2018,and can be viewed here https://mwcc.ms.gov/pdf/MWCCGeneralandProceduralRules4.pdf .. Read More
A provision in the new tax reform bill provides the potential for significant tax savings on realized capital gains that are rolled into new investment vehicles known as Qualified Opportunity Funds. Certain low-income census tracts, and certain contiguous tracts, are eligible for nomination as Opportunity Zones, and businesses, developers and other entities holding tangible property or real estate .. Read More
We are excited about the changes to our building and new development in downtown Jackson.
Ashley W. Gunn, associate in the firm's Gulfport office, has been selected to join The Mississippi Bar's Leadership Forum 2018. Her application was chosen from a competitive selection process and showed the initiative necessary for the effective guidance of peers in the legal profession. The Forum's mission is to prepare Mississippi lawyers for future opportunities in leadership roles. .. Read More
Andrew Sweat, Virginia Gautier and Jennifer Scott recently attended the National Workers' Compensation Defense Network's annual Fall Conference on October 19, 2017 in Atlanta, Georgia. The conference focuses on workers' compensation issues that affect employers and carriers.