A Lowndes County jury awarded more than $5.2 million to the daughter and estate of a young man killed when he struck a tractor-trailer whose driver was attempting to turn around on a dark, foggy morning.
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The Daily Report on Friday announced the honorees in its In-House Legal Department of the Year and GC Impact program.
While the Supreme Court now views noncompetition agreements more favorably, trial courts still scrutinize them carefully and will strike them down if they seem heavy-handed.
Overruling years of precedent, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit on Tuesday concluded that discrimination against employees on the basis of sexual orientation violates the Civil Rights Act.
Wells Fargo plans to appeal a federal regulator's order to pay a large award to a fired manager at a Los Angeles bank branch and reinstate him. The filing of the complaint with the Occupational Safety and Health Administration was unusual, experts said.