- Apr 02 2019
We have all read the #MeToo and Time’s Up headlines. We have seen celebrities and high-profile executives face ostracizing, termination, and even prosecution. Time Magazine named The Silence Breakers as their TIME Person of the Year for 2017. Yet, have we seen meaningful change in our workplaces across the country? The jury is still out.
In a national study released in June 2018, 21% of Americans stated that they have experienced sexual harassment in the workplace ...
- Mar 19 2019
The Internet of Things (IoT) has introduced the world to a legion of so-called “smart” devices that drive an increasingly connected consumer to a global network of information and data.
- Mar 18 2019
The Internet of Things (IoT) is a rapidly evolving way of thinking about the internet and how the devices we use every day interact. IoT describes the developing system in which “smart” devices interact with each other through the internet to gather and exchange data to provide additional functions, security and ease-of-use for human users.
- Mar 14 2019
The Federal Lawyer published Henry M. Quillian III's article, "The Foundation Launches 2019 With a Flurry," in its March/April edition. In it, Mr. Quillian discusses The Foundation's successes and happenings for 2019 which include offering the Robert A. McNew Law Student Scholarship and the Kintner Public Service Scholarship. Additionally, the Foundation received a Diversity Grant for “Black Precinct Courthouse and Museum Program and Subsidized Dues for ...
- Feb 11 2019
Employment attorneys all over Georgia sharpened their blades as soon as they heard a new decision on the Georgia Restrictive Covenants Act (RCA) was forthcoming. Unlike the previous handful of decisions under the Act, the new ruling—Kennedy v. Shave Barber Co.—got to the root of the law and finally gave us some of the clarity for which we had been clamoring.
- "Super Bowl to Souper Bowl: Atlanta Companies Tiptoe Around Legal Issue," Atlanta Journal-Constitution and WSBJan 29 2019
Atlanta companies are being more careful when refernencing "The Big Game" as explained by Amanda Hyland in an Atlanta Journal-Constitution article.
- Jan 24 2019
In an article published by TechTarget, Jonathan Wilson was quoted regarding the increasing information security risks that supply chain software is experiencing.
- Jan 22 2019
In an article published by Construction Executive, Natalie Mark explains two main issues that every construction executive should know and understand; what is electronically stored information (ESI) and why should ESI matter.
- Jan 18 2019
Glianny Fagundo explains the value of adopting employee assistance programs (EAP) in an article published by HR Daily Advisor.
- Lack of Geographic Boundaries Dooms Georgia Firm’s Noncompete Agreement, Georgia Employment Law LetterDec 15 2018
In the December 2018 Issue of the Georgia Employment Law Letter, Raanon Gal explains The Georgia Court of Appeals' interpretation of the Restrictive Covenant Act noncompete provision between an employer and an independent contractor by examining the CarpetCare Multiservices case.