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By Neal F. Weinrich
The last few months have seen a flurry of attention on the use of non-competes and whether they should be regulated in some fashion by the federal government.
By Henry A. Bailey, Jr.
If you are a real estate developer in the State of Georgia, chances are, at some point, a municipality will require that you pay an impact fee proportionate to the potential impact of your development
By Benjamin I. Fink
In yet another call for non-compete reform, a group of unions, nonprofits and professors have asked the Federal Trade Commission to put an end to non-compete agreements across the United States.
By Charles H. Van Horn
Not so sure about fraudulent conveyance? Consider this. You're a business owner and a customer owes you a substantial sum. You sense the customer is not going to pay and suspect the customer
By Malone Allen, Benjamin I. Fink
A recent action by the Federal Reserve Board of Governors demonstrates the increased risk that banking officials face in trade secret misappropriation cases.
By Thomas E. Sowers
Last month, the Government Accountability Office (GAO), the U.S. government agency responsible for monitoring and auditing government spending and operations, released a 56-page report recommending...
By Lauren S. Frisch
The college admissions scam a/k/a "Operation Varsity Blues," has dominated U.S. headlines over the past week.
By Kenneth N. Winkler
Claiming discrimination in pay, twenty-eight members of the women's current U.S. national soccer team filed a federal lawsuit against the U.S. Soccer Federation for equal pay.
By Benjamin I. Fink
The Georgia Court of Appeals is on a roll with respect to the Restrictive Covenants Act.
By Kenneth N. Winkler
The proposed rule seeks to increase the salary threshold for white-collar exemptions to $35,308 per year, or $679 per week.
By Lawrence C. Kasmen
Often overlooked, and even more often mischaracterized, a letter of intent (LOI) provides a valuable guide and preliminary structure for parties entering into a commercial real estate transaction.
By Daniel H. Park
Registration of a copyright must be completed before suing for infringement. This was the recent unanimous ruling of U.S. Supreme Court.
By Kenneth N. Winkler
The current threshold is $23,660.
By Lydia M. Hilton
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is proposing a new rule to let drone operators fly at night and to fly over people, without having to obtain a waiver.
By Kenneth N. Winkler
Recently, the National Labor Relations Board ("NLRB") broadened the standard for who is considered an independent contractor.