Monthly Archives: July 2015

Mississippi Businesses Must Thread the Needle With Non-Competition Agreements
When employees move on to other pursuits, they take their knowledge of the former employer with them. If you are a business owner, a well-drafted non-compete agreement can ensure that former employees do not directly compete with your business. Because many employees leave to work for competing firms (or start their own), a non-compete agreement is essential to protect, at least for a time, what you have worked so...
The Tragedy of Traumatic Brain Injury
At Rushing & Guice, we represent victims and their families who are dealing with the aftermath of catastrophic injuries caused by the negligence or recklessness of others. There are few injuries more devastating than those involving the brain. Such injuries may change a person’s personality, make it difficult to remember things, or even prevent him or her from recognizing and interacting with loved ones. The emotional trauma that follows...