IMAGE Raises the Bar for Immigration Enforcement Practices
By: Kelly Morrison In Georgia, the mandatory E-Verify date is creeping closer. As of July 1 of this year, every employer with 10 or more employees will be required to register and use the online program, which verifies employment eligibility information recorded on the Form I-9. But E-Verify is only the tip of the compliance iceberg. While Washington…
Most Georgia Local Governments Fail to Comply with State E-Verify Law
By: Kelly Morrison
A recent AJC article reported that many cities and counties across the state still are not in compliance with Georgia’s E-Verify mandates, and as a result, are at risk for losing funding for state community development block grants.
Click here to read about the status of E-Verify compliance by Georgia municipalities
ADA Lawsuits Plaguing Property Owners
By: Ben Mathis and Marty Heller
Title III of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), which covers “public accommodations,” is not widely known to the general public. Property owners, however, are becoming too familiar with its requirements as they confront an avalanche of lawsuits for non-compliance.
Title III includes the