- Feb 09 2018
On February 9, 2018, HR Daily Advisor published Glianny Fagundo’s article, “11th Circuit Stuns Police Department in Reversal of Taser Termination.” Ms. Fagundo covers lessons from the case and provides guidance on what employers and HR representatives should do in similar situations.
- Nov 07 2017
Bryan F. Jacoutot’s article, “Trump’s Tweets Stymie Trans Military Ban In Lower Courts” published by Law360, covered the status of the transgender military ban.
- Oct 30 2017
On October 30, 2017, Law360 published Harry D. Dixon’s article titled, “A 1st Impression Of The Manafort And Gates Indictment.” Mr. Dixon offers a comprehensive overview of the indictment against Paul J. Manafort Jr. and Richard W. Gates III issued by special counsel Robert Mueller.
- Oct 11 2017
The Daily Report published Craig Pendergrast's article, “The Consequences if EPA Regulations Were Abolished,” on October 11, 2017. In his article, Mr. Pendergrast explains the impact rescinding EPA regulations could impose upon the business community.
- Sep 20 2017
Harry D. Dixon III discusses new sanctions that North Korea faces from the United Nation’s Security Council as a result of its missile program in his article titled, “What’s Next for North Korea Sanctions,” published by Law360.
- “Everyone in the Pool – Will We Ever Be Able to Include Back-of-the-House Staff in a Tip Pool?” Restaurant Startup & Growth magazineSep 01 2017
Restaurant Startup & Growth magazine featured Alisa Cleek's article titled “Everyone in the Pool – Will We Ever Be Able to Include Back-of-the-House Staff in a Tip Pool?” in its September 2017 issue.
- Aug 08 2017
- Aug 2017
Restaurant Informer featured Michele Stumpe and Tiffanie Pittington’s article titled, “Surviving the Inspection: How to Protect Your Georgia Alcohol Licenses,” in its July/August 2017 issue. Ms. Stumpe and Ms. Pittington highlight fourteen common issues a restaurant business owner could encounter upon a Georgia alcohol license inspection.
- Donald P. Boyle's Review of "What’s to Become of the Legal Profession?" by Michael H. Trotter, Georgia Bar JournalAug 2017
In the August issue of the Georgia Bar Journal, Donald P. Boyle Jr. reviews Michael H. Trotter’s latest book, "What’s to Become of the Legal Profession?" "This compact book summarizes the changes that have taken place in the practice of law over the past 70 years and what the author expects to happen in the future," says Mr. Boyle.
- Jul 31 2017
In an article published by FSR Magazine on July 31, 2017, Julian A. Fortuna provides insight on the Internal Revenue Service’s (IRS) updated fact sheet explaining the difference between tips and service charges. Service charges are generally wages, and they are reported to the employee and the IRS in a manner similar to other wages. On the other hand, special rules apply to both employers and employees for reporting tips.