Legal News


Firm associate April McDonald Andrews has been appointed as the new attorney for the George County School Board. She is a graduate of George County High School and is proud to be representing her alma mater. McDonald Andrews will be an asset to the Board of Trustees and the George County community. McDonald Andrews is a native of Lucedale, Mississippi, and a graduate of Delta State University and the Mississippi College School of Law....

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The Mississippi Bar Association is the organization of which all Mississippi licensed attorneys are members. The Bar publishes The Mississippi Lawyer on a quarterly basis. It includes articles and information of interest to the members of the Bar. Karl Steinberger was recognized in the fall edition of the Mississippi Lawyer for an article he submitted entitled “The Value of the Mississippi Bar Foundation”. As past...

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          I represent both employers and employees in labor and employment disputes and regularly present educational training seminars on a variety of employment law topics.  Often employers contact me to determine if a proposed course of discipline or termination would be lawful.  Equally as often, employees contact me to determine whether they should file a lawsuit over the discipline or termination imposed by the employer.  Many...

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This year our firm participated in the Believe Children’s Toy Drive. This toy drive provides toys to children in need in Jackson County.  Our firm served as a drop-off point and promoter for the drive.  Through this outreach, our generous community donated nearly 300 toys, 7 bikes, and $315.  Thank you all for helping to make many children’s holiday season brighter this year! A special thank you to our staff, Jackson County Utility...

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2019 started well for Heidelberg Steinberger when the firm received a win in a major arbitration proceeding for its client, the Jackson County Utility Authority. A claim was made in arbitration by an IT vendor as a result of the JCUA’s cancellation of an Information Technology contract due to inadequate service and performance. Due to the public health mission of the JCUA, a robust and reliable IT system is vital to the citizens of...

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Heidelberg Steinberger congratulates two of its former lawyers who will become Judges on the Mississippi Court of Appeals in January. Tony Lawrence was elected as a Judge for the Fifth District in the November 2018 election, and Cory Wilson was appointed by Governor Phil Bryant to a seat in the Third District which is being vacated by Judge Kenneth Griffis since he was elevated to the Mississippi Supreme Court.  Lawrence was an...

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