A draft audit by auditors at the University of Georgia has uncovered apparent "financial irregularities" at the Institute of Continuing Legal Education, according to a statement by the former president of the State Bar of Georgia who is also chairman of the institute's board of trustees.
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- Suit Demands Homeowners Return Historic Grave Marker
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- Dallas Woman Sues City Council Member and Atlanta Lawyer for Barratry in Fatal Dog Mauling Case
- Michael Jablonski, Co-Author of 'The Real Cyber War,' Shares Insights About the Future of Global Law Practices
Peter Carter discusses his job and responsibilities as general counsel for Atlanta-based Delta Air Lines.
In Part I of this article (June 13), I discussed the top mistakes that employers make that motivate employees to call a plaintiffs lawyer. In this article, I will provide my thoughts on the top mistakes employers make in litigation.
In a newly filed barratry suit, a Dallas city councilwoman and an Atlanta plaintiff's lawyer face allegations they improperly solicited a woman for representation in a wrongful death suit after a pack of dogs mauled her mother.
A recently released Fourth Circuit decision shows why cybersecurity companies should revisit the language used in policies or contracts.