An audit released by the University of Georgia details numerous financial irregularities, inappropriately charged personal expenses and underreporting of taxable fringe benefits by the executive director and top staffers at Institute for Continuing Legal Education of Georgia, possibly putting the nonprofit's tax-exempt status at risk.
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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.
Synovus Bank agreed to pay $9 million to settle claims that it knew about a customer's alleged fraud scheme.
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.