By Ben Mathis and Marty Heller
Over the last few years, in both formal policy statements and in many public presentations, the EEOC has emphasized that it’s investigative and litigation focus is on cases involving “systemic discrimination.”
By Mike Flint and Laura Broome
In 2005, the tort reform passed by the Georgia legislature included a statute that changed the standard for suing emergency room health care professionals in medical malpractice actions.
By Kamy Molavi
It is quite common for parties involved in construction projects to include indemnity provisions within their construction contracts. In recent years, a majority of states have enacted anti-indemnity statutes that restrict, modify, or invalidate indemnification agreements in construction contracts.