Top Bar Examiner Shares Insights as He Takes National Role

As the 1,350 examinees who took the Georgia bar exam in July wait anxiously for results to be released on Oct. 27, the state’s head bar examiner, Tom “T.E.” Cauthorn, is already preparing for the February exam.

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    By Shelby Grubbs and Magaly Cobian, Atlanta Center for International Arbitration and Mediation

    While arbitration is the consensus means for resolving international contractual disputes, arbitration provisions can range from a terse sentence to lengthy tailor-made protocols. Regardless of length, it is always a good idea for parties to specify governing law, and a number of considerations and criteria, discussed below, should inform that specification.

  • The RAISE Act: Raising Georgia's Interest in Immigration

    By Anton Mertens, Burr & Forman

    The Reforming American Immigration for Strong Employment (RAISE) Act (S. 1720), introduced in August by Sens. David Perdue, R-Georgia, and Tom Cotton, R-Arkansas, would eliminate the immigration system as we know it and replace it with a points-based system. A companion bill, known as the Immigration in the National Interest Act of 2017 was introduced in the House in September by Rep. Lamar Smith, R-Texas. Just how will these changes proposed by the new administration affect Georgia businesses?

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