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LISTEN NOW: Things Businesses Should Know and Do in a COVID-19 World

October 22, 2020 BY DEF Admin


"Things that businesses should know and do in a COVID-19 world” with Attorneys Juliana Neelbauer and Camile Hart. Both bring a different viewpoint to managing the ever-changing legal landscape as it relates to COVID-19. As with everything these days, COVID-19 has completely changed how businesses run their day-to-day operations and it seems that there is always something new that businesses should know or that they have to do in order to limit their liability. 

*Update:  On October 10, 2020 the Supreme Court of Georgia passed its Seventh Order Extending Declaration of Statewide Judicial Emergency. In the Order, the Court ended the suspension of jury trials.  Jury trials will not start until at least a month or longer from the date of the Order, due to the time required to summon potential jurors for service.  In addition, the Chief Judge of each trial court has the discretion to decide when to resume the jury trial process.  The backlog for unindicted and untried cases are substantial and the expectation is that proceedings will not occur at the scale that they occurred before the pandemic.  


Juliana Neelbauer focuses her practice on virtual general counsel for for-profit, non-profit charitable, trade organizations, and high-net worth individuals/families which hail from the consumer tech, commercial tech, health care, industrial/supply chain, finance, government contracting, charitable, and political action industries.

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Camile Hart practices in the area of general liability tort defense.   Camile has significant experience in defending premises liability cases, including negligent security cases and slip/trip and fall cases.  Her clients range from large corporations to small business owners and include large apartment complex owners and management companies, gas stations, restaurants, and retail businesses.  Camile conducts initial investigations, drafts pleadings and written discovery, analyzes plaintiff’s records, takes and defends depositions, and handles all types of motion practice on behalf of her clients. 

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