Publications

Andrew Byrne & Ted C. Raynor, Tennessee Workers’ Compensation – Where is the Proper Venue?, 20 Mem. St. U.L. Rev. 189 (1990)(cited with approval in, Five Star Express, Inc. v. Davis, 866 S.W.2d 944 (Tenn. 1993); and Ferguson v. Ram Enterprises, Inc., 900 S.W.2d 19 (Tenn. 1995)).

Andrew Byrne, Rule 11 and Collateral Estoppel – It’s Not Just for Sanctions Anymore, The Checkoff, Fla. Bar Vol. LII, No.2, December 2013.

Florida Insights: Mutual Assent to Implied Contracts, http://us.practicallaw.com/4-557-4425 (Feb. 27, 2014, Practical Law).

Florida Insights: Employer Liability for Tortious Interference, http://us.practicallaw.com/8-549-0947 (Nov. 26, 2013, Practical Law).

Florida Insights: Liability of Hirers for Torts Committed by Independent Contractors, http://us.practicallaw.com/0-565-1166 (May 9, 2014, Practical Law).

Florida Insights: Hostile Work Environment Race-based Harassment, http://us.practicallaw.com/5-500-3114 (Dec. 10, 2013, Practical Law).

Florida Insights: Employer Liability for Employee Torts, Prac. Insights Emp. FL 0019 (Westlaw Next, Thomson Reuters 2013).

Florida Insights: Alternatives to Non-Compete Agreements, Prac. Insights Cml. FL 0050 (Westlaw Next, Thomson Reuters 2013).

Florida Insights:  Severe or Pervasive Conduct in Sex Harassment Cases, Prac. Insights Emp. FL 0005 (Westlaw Next, Thomson Reuters 2013).

Florida Insights: Hostile Work Environment Race-based Harassment, Prac. Insights Emp. FL 0044 (Westlaw Next, Thomson Reuters 2013).

Florida Insights:  Modification of Contracts Subject to the Statute of Frauds,
Prac. Insights Cml. FL (Westlaw Next, Thomson Reuters 2013).

Florida Insights:  Hostile Work Environment and Religious Harassment, Prac. Insights Emp. FL (Westlaw Next, Thomson Reuters 2014).

Florida Insights: Mutual Assent to an Implied Contract is Established by the Conduct of the Parties, Prac. Insights Cml. FL 0115 (Westlaw Next, Thomson Reuters 2013).

Florida Insights:  An employer is liable for a hostile work environment based on national origin under Title VII, Prac. Insights Emp. FL 0046 (Westlaw Next, Thomson Reuters 2012).

Florida Insights:  Employers are liable for a hostile work environment based on race under Title VII, Prac. Insights Emp. FL 0044 (Westlaw Next, Thomson Reuters 2012).

Florida Insights:  Title VII protects both men and women against employment discrimination based on sex, Prac. Insights Emp. FL 0040 (Westlaw Next, Thomson Reuters 2012).

Florida Insights:  Employer is Liable for Tort Committed by Employee in Scope of Employment, Prac. Insights Emp. FL 0019 (Westlaw Next, Thomson Reuters 2012).

Florida Insights:  Employer is liable for quid pro quo sexual harassment under Title VII, Prac. Insights Emp. FL 0043 (Westlaw Next, Thomson Reuters 2012).

Florida Insights: Employer can invoke the Faragher-Ellerth defense if it used reasonable care to prevent and promptly correct discriminatory conduct, Prac. Insights Emp. FL 0047 (Westlaw Next, Thomson Reuters 2012).

Florida Insights: Employers are liable for hostile work environment based on employee’s religion when work environment is objectively hostile or abusive, Prac. Insights Emp. FL 0045 (Westlaw Next, Thomson Reuters 2012).

Florida Insights:  A person employed by a covered employer at least 1,250 hours in the last 12 months is eligible for FMLA leave, Prac. Insights Emp. FL 0022 (Westlaw Next, Thomson Reuters 2012).

Florida Insights:  Hirer generally not liable for torts committed by independent contractor within scope of contracted work, Prac. Insights Emp. FL 0018 (Westlaw Next, Thomson Reuters 2012).

Florida Insights:  Severe and pervasive conduct is required to prove hostile work environment under Title VII sex discrimination claim, Prac. Insights Emp. FL 0051 (Westlaw Next, Thomson Reuters 2012).

Florida Insights:  An employer is liable to an employee under Title VII for an actionable hostile environment created by a supervisor, Prac. Insights Emp. FL 0060 (Westlaw Next, Thomson Reuters 2012).

Florida Insights:  A prima facie case of retaliation under FMLA requires protected activity, adverse action, and causal connection, Prac. Insights Emp. FL 0028 (Westlaw Next, Thomson Reuters 2012).

Florida Insights:  Employer can deny FMLA leave if employee fails to meet certain certification and notice requirements, Prac. Insights Emp. FL 0024 (Westlaw Next, Thomson Reuters 2012).

Florida Insights:  Parties are liable for breach of nondisclosure or confidentiality agreement when they reveal trade secrets or other confidential business information, Prac. Insights Emp. FL 0034 (Westlaw Next, Thomson Reuters 2012).

Florida Insights:  What constitutes a “reasonable accommodation” under the Americans with Disabilities Act is determined on a case-by-case basis, Prac. Insights Emp. FL 0073 (Westlaw Next, Thomson Reuters 2012).

Florida Insights:  Subsequent employer can be liable for tortuously interfering with a restrictive covenant between an employee and a previous employer, Prac. Insights Emp. FL 0085 (Westlaw Next, Thomson Reuters 2012).

Florida Insights:  An oral modification to a contract subject to the statute of frauds becomes enforceable upon partial performance of the contract as modified, Prac. Insights Emp. FL 0072 (Westlaw Next, Thomson Reuters 2012).

Florida Insights:  Tortious interference with contract occurs where one has knowledge of the contract and intentionally procures a breach thereof, Prac. Insights Emp. FL 0109 (Westlaw Next, Thomson Reuters 2012).

Florida Insights:  Mutual assent to an implied contract is established by the conduct of the parties, Prac. Insights Emp. FL 0078 (Westlaw Next, Thomson Reuters 2012).

Florida Insights:  The existence of a valid, enforceable contract is a prerequisite for a breach of contract claim, Prac. Insights Emp. FL 0092 (Westlaw Next, Thomson Reuters 2012).

Florida Insights:  Prima facie case of ADA employment discrimination requires proof employee is qualified individual with an actual or perceived disability and was subject to unlawful discrimination by the employer because of the disability, Prac. Insights Emp. FL 0015 (Westlaw Next, Thomson Reuters 2012).

Florida Insights:  Employees prove pretext in FMLA retaliation claims by showing that the given reason for termination is false and that discrimination is the actual reason, Prac. Insights Emp. FL 0029 (Westlaw Next, Thomson Reuters 2012).

Florida Insights:  An employer is liable for retaliating against an employee for complaining about an employment practice when the employee’s complaint qualifies as a legally protected activity, Prac. Insights Emp. FL 0151 (Westlaw Next, Thomson Reuters 2012).

Speeches and Lectures

The Affordable Care Act, delivered as part of Human Resource Law: What you need to know, May 7, 2014, Miami, Florida, National Business Institute Human Resource Law Conference.

 Byrne, D. Andrew, The Birth and Death of the Billable Hour – One Approach for Dealing with the New Reality, delivered at Daily Business Review Corporate Counsel Briefing, Miami, Florida, 2012.

E-Discovery, delivered to the William Reece Smith, Jr., Litigation Inn of Court, Tampa, Florida, November 29, 2016.

Wage & Hour Law Update, delivered to the convention of Bouchard Insurance Company, Tampa, Florida, Aug. 18, 2016.

 Important Issues for 2016 in Business Litigation and Employment Law, Community News and Review Show, January 9, 2015, WBZT 1230 AM

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