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Texas Rising Stars 2019: Alison R. Wills

We are pleased to announce that Alison R. Wills has been selected as a 2019 Texas Rising Star. Membership to this list is reserved for those who are under 40 years of age or have been practicing for 10 years or less, and who exhibit excellence in their work. Only 2.5% of attorneys in Texas receive this distinction. Alison and Leger Ketchum & Cohoon, PLLC are excited to continue providing our clients top-notch legal representation for all of their labor and employment needs. Please contact attorney Alison Wills at for a free, confidential case evaluation.

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3M Combat Earplugs Caused Hearing Injuries

If you, or someone you know, was in active military service from 2003-2015 and suffered hearing loss of any amount and/or tinnitus, contact LKC trial attorney Bradley Leger immediately. We are working on these cases now. 3M knowingly sold defective earplugs to the military and veterans have suffered as a result. Our firm feels strongly about military veterans and their rights. You can contact LKC trial attorney Bradley Leger directly at or 832-761-7201.

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Federal whistleblower laws, which extend to private sector employees, could be heading for a huge overhaul during the upcoming U.S. Supreme Court term.“Whistleblowers” and the anti-retaliation protections afforded them are hot topics in our political landscape, and Texas is no exception.

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Texas Modification of New Hire Reporting Regulations

Pursuant to state and federal laws, new hires and re-hires have long since been reported to the Employer New Hire Reporting Operations Center in the Texas Office of the Attorney General. Previously, “employees” were defined by whether federal income taxes were withheld from their wages. As a result, employers had not been required to report the hiring (or re-hiring) of individuals properly classified as “independent contractors” under these mandates.

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