- Theft Prevention: Information Security When Employees Leave, VAR Insights, MSP Insights and Software Business GrowthSep 05 2018
In Mitzi Hill’s article, “Theft Prevention: information security when employees leave,” she stresses the importance of HR, IT and Management/Executive teams collaborating to ensure their most private information is safe.
- Is Your Company A Joint Employer? It Depends On What The Federal NLRB Decided - Or Didn't, Georgia ContractorJul 30 2018
In an article by Stephen Wright, he weighs in on a recent reversal of a National Labor Relations Board decision that takes a different look at how “joint employer” is defined. Concerns have arisen in the contractor industry regarding the relationships between general contractors and sub-contractors.
- Jul 2018
In the July 2018 issue of the Georgia Employment Law Letter, published by HR Hero, Glianny Fagundo and Raanon Gal expose the facts behind a ruling about misclassifications of male strippers as independent contractors in their article titled, "All Male, All Nude, All Damages Awarded."
- Florida v. Georgia Equitable Apportionment Water Litigation: Where Do We Go From Here?, The Daily ReportJul 19 2018
As an environmental lawyer with Taylor English, Craig Pendergrast gives a detailed overview of the five-week water wars hearing between Florida and Georgia in his article published by the Daily Report.
- Jul 09 2018
On July 9, 2018, Mitzi Hill's article, "How Security Planning Is Good for the Bottom Line," was published by the Daily Report. The article, which is part of Ms. Hill's Cyber For Growth series, outlines the importance of having a cyber security plan in place for one's business. In it, she explains proprietary information, threats to a business's security, what a cyber security breach can cost a business and potential solutions a business can implement to secure their ...
- Not So Fast: Questions of Fact May Preclude Early Patent-Eligibility Determinations Under Section 101Jun 2018
In an article published in the Spring 2018 Newsletter of the Federal Bar Association’s Intellectual Property Section, Coby Nixon discusses two recent decisions from the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit.
- Jun 05 2018
In an article published by HR Daily Advisor, Glianny Fagundo explains how to balance the line between work and the World Cup by reviewing current policies to create a safe, healthy work environment. Key points that she covers are talk at work, absences or tardiness and reducing distractions. Ms. Fagundo expresses that the World Cup is a great way to celebrate national origins and international diversity in the workplace if properly embraced.
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- Jun 2018
In it's June 2018 issue, the ACC Docket published Julian A. Fortuna's article, co-written with Beth Anne Stanford, titled "Summary of International Tax Provisions in the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017." The article summarizes the most significant changes that the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act represents for multinational corporations with operations in the U.S.
- Apr 26 2018
In an article published by the Daily Report, John M. Gross addressed the question of whether attorney-client privilege is dead. Five key elements that form attorney-client privilege is discussed in detail and applied to the Mueller investigation, the Michael Cohen raid, the Stormy Daniels Settlement, and the Sean Hannity hearing.
- Apr 11 2018
On April 11, 2018, Law360 published an article by Harry Dixon on how shareholders of financial institutions are increasingly pursuing securities fraud litigation. One such financial institution is BancorpSouth Inc. which was the subject of a government enforcement action regarding insufficient anti-money laundering compliance controls.