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Anne C. Martin Discusses Employment Issues within the Competitive Banking Landscape

Bone Mcallister Norton PR headshotsAnne C. Martin“If you are going to leave a company, you can prepare to compete, you can look at opportunities, you can do whatever you need to do and people do that all the time,” Martin said. “What you can’t do is start working for Job B while you are still on the payroll for Job A"  states employment law expert, Anne C. Martin, of Bone McAllester Norton.

This is of course in response to the bitter legal battle brewing between Tennessee's two largest banks, Pinnacle Financial Partners and First Tennessee Bank.

To read the full article in The Tennessean, click here.

 

Employment Attorney Anne Martin Comments on Overtime Pay Ruling

Nashville employment attorney Anne C. Martin, a member at Bone McAllester Norton, was interviewed by the Tennessean regarding President Obama’s overtime pay ruling. Some, such as the National Federation of Independent Business, claim the ruling will hurt small businesses, while others say it is the right move for employees.

“I don’t think it’s unreasonable for review to see if it needs to be increased,” Anne said.

Read the article here.

 

 

 

 

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