The Commercial Appeal published Donati Law attorney Bryce Ashby's article about post-election U.S. immigration reform initiatives. The article, To help U.S., mainstream immigrants, discusses the benefits of comprehensive immigration reform and its socioeconomic impact.
"With their party's loss in the presidential election and failure to retake the majority in the U.S. Senate, Republicans are now considering reaching out to Latino voters who on Nov. 6 resoundingly supported President Barack Obama and the Democrats. Their overtures are focusing on a renewed effort to pass comprehensive immigration reform, and there are five compelling factors that favor action on this critical socioeconomic initiative" [Continue reading >>>]
(Excerpt via http://www.commercialappeal.com)
Ashby has worked extensively with Memphis's Latino and immigrant communities, and he currently sits on the board of Latino Memphis. Ashby concentrates his law practice in the areas of employment law, personal injury, workers' compensation and immigration law, with an emphasis on representing Spanish-speaking clients.
Ashby co-authored To help U.S., mainstream immigrants with Michael J. LaRosa, an associate professor at Rhodes College specializing in Latin American history.