July 28, 2012
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Under Georgia law, an employer is bound to exercise ordinary care in the selection of employees and not to retain them after knowledge of any incompetence. Therefore, if a person is injured as a result of the employer’s negligence in hiring or retaining the employee, that person may have a valid cause of action against the employer.
The State Bar of Georgia’s Committee to Promote Inclusion in the Profession has awarded the Commitment to Equality Award to former Albanian Kenneth B. Hodges III of Rafuse Hill & Hodges LLP in Atlanta.
Businesses, large and small, must be ready to handle the nuances of the Affordable Care Act.
Business law column
On July 13, 2011, the Georgia Illegal Immigration Reform and Enforcement Act went into effect. Among other things, the Act requires employers to verify the employment eligibility of employees.
You discovered an anonymous blog or website posting which defames your company. You want it removed from the website, but the website refuses to delete the posting and you do not know the poster’s identity