I trust all of you are well and dealing with the Coronavirus crisis as well as can be expected. New reports are suggesting it will subside sooner than later. With this novel coronavirus comes the response of Federal, State, and Local governments and the need to...
We have represented our clients in a wide variety of appellate proceedings. From mass tort, medical malpractice, and employment law to the intricacies of administrative rules and regulations, Heidelberg Steinberger has successfully represented its clients in cases spanning the legal spectrum.
Our firm also has the experience to take your case wherever it needs to go. Heidelberg Steinberger has handled over 100 appeals before both of Mississippi’s appellate courts, the U.S. Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals, as well as the United States Supreme Court.
Our experience includes:
- Representing Governor Haley Barbour and the Mississippi Department of Medicaid in successfully challenging an unlawful diversion of state funds to The Partnership for a Healthy Mississippi.
- Defending judgments upholding the constitutionality of the Mississippi Tort Claims Act.
- Successfully affirming the dismissal of “mass tort” dioxin cases in state courts resulting in a complete victory for Mississippi paper companies.
The federal CARES Act was signed into law on Friday, March 27, 2020. The Act contains several provisions which prevent eviction of residential tenants for a one-hundred twenty (120) day period. Depending on whether the property is single residential...
We hope you can join us for our annual Workers’ Compensation and Employment Law Seminar on May 21 at Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College’s Jefferson Davis Campus. This year we will feature MWCC Administrative Law Judge Alan Goodman and Melissa Van Etten from the...
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