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Georgia Employers Receive Guidance On Governor’s Back-To-Business Order

USA - April 24 2020 As expected, Governor Brian Kemp issued a detailed Executive Order to begin to re-open businesses throughout the state in the hopes that the worst of…

J. Micah Dickie, Howard A. Mavity

Attendance Bonuses During COVID-19 Rebuilding Can Lead To Unintended Legal Consequences

USA - April 20 2020 As the nation’s political leaders discuss the easing of the various shelter-in-place orders in an effort to re-start the economy, businesses have…

USDOL Issues Proposed Changes to the Tip Credit Regulations

USA - October 7 2019 Employers that utilize the “tip credit” in the federal Fair Labor Standards Act (“FLSA”), or whose employees receive tips, should carefully consider…

WEB EXCLUSIVE - July 2019: The Top 18 Labor And Employment Law Stories

USA - August 1 2019 It’s hard to keep up with all the recent changes to labor and employment law. While the law always seems to evolve at a rapid pace, there have been an…

Kevonna Ahmad, Davis Bae, Cheryl L. Behymer, Clarence Belnavis, Steven M. Bernstein, Lauren Bever, Margaret Burnham, Kevin J. Burns, Jessica Causgrove, Micah Dawson, Benjamin Ebbink, Todd A. Fredrickson, Rosemary S. Gousman, Greg Grisham, Christine Howard, Edwin G. Foulke Jr., Usama Kahf, Todd A. Lyon, Richard R. Meneghello, Cheryl Pinarchick, John M. Polson, Benjamin Ross, Susan M. Schaecher, Anderson Scott, Stephen Scott, Shanon R. Stevenson, David J. Treibman, Travis W. Vance, Megan E. Walker, Alexander Wheatley, Arthur M. Wolfson

Scalia To Take Labor Department Reins: What Does It Mean For Employers?

USA - July 22 2019 The news that President Trump selected Eugene Scalia to take over as Labor Secretary late last week caught some employers by surprise; after all, it…

Cheryl L. Behymer, Edwin G. Foulke Jr., Todd A. Lyon, Richard R. Meneghello, John M. Polson, Shanon R. Stevenson, Travis W. Vance