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Drew Eckl & Farnham Promotes Five New Partners

December 29, 2020 BY DEF Admin | Firm News

"Congratulations to our five new partners - Adam Beedenbender, Thomas Cauthen, Gwen Havlik, Bob Quinn & Lisa Richardson!" ... Continue Reading

Big Changes to Overtime Effective December 1, 2016

December 05, 2016 BY DEF Admin | Client Alerts

As you have likely already heard by now, the United States Department of Labor has published its long-awaited final rule greatly expanding the overtime protections of the Fair Labor Standards Act ("FLSA"). The new rule became effective December 1, 2016. ... Continue Reading

U.S. Supreme Court Deemed The Use of Attorney General Letterhead is Not Misleading When Used by Private Attorneys in Special Counsel

May 17, 2016 BY Eric Retter | Client Alerts

Collection Letters Mailed by Private Attorneys Serving as Special Counsel to State Attorney General Not False or Misleading When On Attorney General Letterhead ... Continue Reading

Spokeo, Inc. v. Robins: Light at the End of the Tunnel

May 17, 2016 BY Adam Beedenbender | Client Alerts

In a May 16, 2016 opinion, the United States Supreme Court issued a holding which could offer debt collectors substantial protection against frivolous consumer suits and class actions in the federal courts. ... Continue Reading

Third Party Medical Case Management in Non-Catastrophic Claims: Board Rule 200.2

February 09, 2016 BY DEF Admin | Client Alerts

The State Board of Worker' Compensation recently promulgated a new Board Rule, which took effect January 1, 2016. Board Rule 200.2 provides some guidelines for the widely-used practice of medical case management by third party vendors in non-catastrophic claims. Employers and Insurers have long utilized third party medical case managers in order to maintain control over a claimant's medical treatment and to facilitate medical care with an eye on the claimant's return to work and resolution of the claim. ... Continue Reading

Georgia Supreme Court: The Doctrine of Sovereign Immunity Does Not Bar Sureties and Subrogees from Recovering Against the State

June 01, 2015 BY Adam Beedenbender | Client Alerts

On September 22, 2014, the Georgia Supreme Court affirmed a controversial Court of Appeals decision, which held that the doctrine of sovereign immunity did not bar sureties or subrogees from recovering breach of contract damages from the State, so long as the surety or subrogee's principal would have a cause of action for such damages. ... Continue Reading

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