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The National Trial Lawyers Announces the Re-Selection of Kyle Pierce as a Top 40 Under 40 Criminal Defense Trial Lawyer in Alabama FOR THIRD YEAR IN A ROW
For Immediate Release The National Trial Lawyers is pleased to announce that Kyle Pierce of Pierce & Pierce, Attorneys at Law in Gadsden and Birmingham has been re-selected as a Top 40 Under 40 Criminal Defense Trial Lawyer in Alabama for his third year in a row...
Governor Closes Entertainment, Fitness, and Retail to Attempt to Prevent COVID-19 Spread
Governor Kay Ivey just concluded a press conference with State Public Heath Officer Scott Harris announcing the public health order closure of certain businesses effective at 5:00 pm on Saturday, March 28, 2020 through 5:00 pm on Friday, April 17, 2020. Effected businesses are: a. Entertainment venues, including: (1) Night clubs (2) Bowling alleys (3) […]
Governor’s Updated Guidelines for Coronavirus Containment
Today, the Governor’s office and the Alabama Department of Public Health (ADPH) issued a statewide health order to aid in Alabama’s efforts to contain the spread of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) through April 5. These changes primarily don’t effect our options at The Law Offices of Kyle D. Pierce. However, I know they will materially change […]
SEVEN GUIDELINES FOR PARENTS WHO ARE DIVORCED/SEPARATED AND SHARING CUSTODY OF CHILDREN DURING THE COVID19 PANDEMIC
From the leaders of groups that deal with families in crisis: Susan Myres, President of American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers (AAML) Dr. Matt Sullivan, President of Association of Family and Conciliation Courts (AFCC) Annette Burns, AAML and Former President of AFCC Yasmine Mehmet, AAML Kim Bonuomo, AAML Nancy Kellman, AAML Dr. Leslie Drozd, AFCC Dr. […]
Probation & Parole COVID-19 Information
The Alabama Supreme Court / Administrative Office of the Court’s Emergency Administrative Order last Friday which suspended all in-person hearing, absent an emergency or constitutional issue, does not suspend a probationer or parolee’s reporting requirement during this time. That said, this situation is fluid and could change at any time. There, the Alabama Bureau of […]
All Court Appearances continued for Thirty Days due to COVID-19 – Our Plan
At our core, we’re in the business helping folks. That singular mission drives every decision that our team and I make at The Law Offices of Kyle D. Pierce. Even in these times where the President has declared a national emergency and the World Health Organization has declared a global pandemic, that doesn’t change. As […]
What is 5S and Why Should My Business Use It?
Many businesses look to emulate proven systems in order to increase productivity in the workplace. Spending money on employee training and system implementation takes time and money. If you are researching options for your business, continue to read and learn more about why 5S and why your business should use it. What is 5S? 5S […]
5 Common Mistakes Startups Make in the First Six Months of Business
Businesses are bound to make a few mistakes in the beginning when they’re first trying to get up and running. However, knowing what some of the most common ones are will make it easier for you to avoid them. In this way, you can dodge some of the usual disruptions your operation might face and […]
Who’s Legally Responsible for a Burst Pipe, Tenant or Landlord?
One benefit to living in an apartment building centers on how the landlord takes care of many common problems. Minor plumbing troubles such as a leaky faucet or clogged drain won’t usually require the average tenant to pay any money. A burst pipe may be a different matter. Burst pipes could cause massive damage and […]