Can you require employees to routinely submit for COVID testing? Do you have to notify other employees if there is a COVID exposure at your business? COVID-19 regulations are changing everyday. Attorney Dan Kniffen has answered some of the most frequently asked questions to help you know what to do when it comes to staying safe in the workplace and handling COVID-19 the right way. ... Continue Reading
Our firm has launched an Interactive Map for First Party COVID-19 cases throughout the U.S. The map documents the location of the courts who have issued opinions on COVID-19 first party property cases with weekly updates from Partner Karen Karabinos. ... Continue Reading
Partner Jeff Ward quoted in 'Uncharted Territory: Georgia Trial Lawyers Prepare to Resume Jury Trials' by the Daily Report
In 'Uncharted Territory': Georgia Trial Lawyers Prepare to Resume Jury Trials, the Daily Report gains insight from various trial lawyers on their thoughts on resuming in-person jury trials and what protective measures they believe are necessary to do so. DEF Partner and Georgia Defense Lawyers Association (GDLA) President, Jeff Ward expresses the significance of having a live jury, however questions the precise approach to resuming jury trials. With no end in sight with COVID-19, trial lawyers are left attempting to calculate the best and safest method for jury trials to recommence. ... Continue Reading
Partner Melody Kiella will be participating in "Navigating Uncertainty Together: Practical Strategies for Cultivating Resilience in 2020 & Beyond"
Partner Melody Kiella will be participating in "Navigating Uncertainty Together: Practical Strategies for Cultivating Resilience in 2020 & Beyond" with Stacey Dougan. ... Continue Reading
Attorney Dan Kniffen recorded a webinar to assist clients through how COVID-19 is affecting Georgia Workers' Compensation. Dan covers how Workers' Compensation treats "injuries" different than "diseases" and explains how occupational "diseases" require five distinct elements of proof. ... Continue Reading