A recent case out of the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals highlights how a non-union employer can violate the National Labor Relations Act.
In a very recent decision, the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals in Flanigan's Enterprises, Inc. of Georgia v. Fulton County, Georgia
, No. 08-17035, 2010 WL 520542 (11th Cir. 2010), issued a decision providing guidance on the evidentiary support necessary for enacting an adult entertainment ordinance. The decision confirms the appropriateness of reliance on studies and empirical evidence of negative secondary effects, and makes it more difficult for adult entertainment establishments to attack such ordinances with competing evidence.
The Georgia Uniform Fraudulent Transfer Act allows a creditor to reverse, receive value for or attach certain transfers of a debtor. The Act protects creditors from a debtor's transfers in two situations.